A WONDERFUL REVIEW BY KIRK MIDTSKOG IN THE ABSOLUTE SOUND
The Raidho TD1.2 is a speaker that continues to win accolades. In this Equipment Report of TAS loudspeaker issue, Kirk Midtskog writes:
“The TD1.2 is the highest-performing, small, stand-mounted two-way loudspeaker I have heard—and I have heard some of the best. Its winning combination of exceptional overall resolution, expansive soundstaging, and musical swing in the form of lightning-fast and robust dynamics is just wonderful. This is a speaker for the two-way enthusiast who is willing to acquire the best of breed. “
We invite you to listen for yourself to this remarkably revealing speaker.
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Jason Victor Serinus writes a glowing review about the Aavik U-380 integrated amplifier in the latest Stereophile issue. He states that “the U-380 delivered the finest class-D sound that I’ve ever heard in my system”. We agree! The Aavik U-300 was already an excellent amplifier, but Michael Børresen and Lars Kristensen are always looking for innovations and ways to take us closer to audio nirvana. The result is the new 380 line. The first release has been the U-380 and the improvement is something you can immediately hear.
Read the full review here (https://blinkhighend.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Aavik-380-stereophile-review.pdf)
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The Munich High End 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus spread. This is a very considerate measure that puts the health of the attendees first. With joint efforts, we’ll get out of this crisis. Good health to everybody!
“Music was reproduced with a sense of purity I’ve heard from very few systems, and I’ve heard hundreds.”
The Blink High End Audio room had a vast array of gear on exhibit including Technics turntables, Fink Team loudspeakers, Aavik Acoustics amplifiers, Linn gear, Illusonic digital components and processors, Kroma loudspeakers, HiDiamond cable and more.
The Fink Team Borg loudspeakers (and they looked like something out of Star Trek; $30,900/pair), featured Air Motion Transformer (AMT) tweeters and other high-tech drivers and delivered remarkably clear sound with no distortion that I could hear, even at volumes which literally rattled the walls and had the exhibitors in the adjoining room barging in and pleading with the Blinkians to please turn it down. (To be fair, this was partly because of an odd resonance effect that amplified the bass in the other room.) Music was reproduced with a sense of purity I’ve heard from very few systems, and I’ve heard hundreds. No surprise that Blink’s Tim Lukas told me the Borgs are being adopted in professional recording studios.