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Prices: QPoint AU$1295, QSource AU$4295

Website: www.nordost.com

Edgar said: In the context of my system, there were some subtle yet worthwhile expansions to the soundfield recreation and the ‘blackness’ of the background.

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The gist: Improvements may or may not be system dependent.

Price: $2995

Website: www.sonusfaber.com

Diego said: And for those lucky enough to own Sonus Faber Sonetto or Olympica speakers, not only is the Gravis III’s sound good enough to mate well with those models -- so are its beautiful finishes.

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The gist: If you own Sonus Faber mains then this is your sub.

Price: $249.99

Website: www.technics.com

Brent said: I think the EAH-AZ70Ws are the best true wireless earphones I’ve tested to date.

Reviewers' Choice

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The gist: True wireless takes another step forward.

Prices: $859 per pair

Website: www.trianglehifi.com

Gordon said: The LN01A can be used to stream music in true stereo from a smart device, but can also serve as the core of a sound system including a turntable, a disc player, a game console, a TV, and other sources.

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The gist: The Abyss Blue and Eggplant finishes are inspired!

Price: AU$6795

Website: www.432evo.com

Tom said: The 432Hz tuning feature wouldn’t be worth much on its own if the 432EVO High-end Music Server didn’t sound good.

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The gist: Appears you can “tune” this music server.

Price: $350

Website: aiaiai.audio

Brent said: I absolutely love the modular concept of the TMA-2 HD Wireless headphones -- it’s well thought-out, gives the listener lots of options, and solves the largely ignored problem that headphones get broken often.

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The gist: You can listen to these for hours on end.

Price: $1400 per pair

Website: www.amphion.fi

Diego said: The Argon1 fulfills two of Amphion’s stated design goals: truthfulness of reproduction and timelessness of design.

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The gist: If you like what this Finnish bookshelf speaker offers, you can only get it from Amphion.

Price: $3097

Website: www.andoveraudio.com

Gordon said: I can see the Andover Model-One appealing to a lot of people -- not only to non-audiophiles who want a good-sounding, all-in-one system to spin their LPs and stream from their phones, but also serious audiophiles who have dedicated listening rooms and large vinyl collections, but want a stylish music system that they can use in their living rooms for casual listening and entertaining.

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The gist: Living-room console system for modern times.

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