Welcome to our new-look newsletter. Ethereal is the quality Sharon has ascribed to the audio systems she most enjoys and it's the perfect theme for a newsletter that focuses on the best of affordable audio equipment. As you might imagine, we spend a lot of time working with audio systems and we do have the luxury of being able to listen to a very wide variety of components and brands. Given that, you might be surprised to learn that our own chosen system is neither huge nor crashingly expensive. You can benefit from all we have learned and the very special new components we have found.
What maintains our enthusiasm? It’s the continual progress and improvements in sound quality that we hear and the feedback we get from our clients. And we want nothing more than for you to be able to experiance this for yourself. The good news its that you’ll find this is completely obtainable. It doesn’t matter what your musical tastes, source format or room is like. All you have to do is make rational choices based on good information. With over 25 years of experiance, we can provide you with that quality information. And we like to share our toys…
Architect Mies van der Rohe adopted the motto "Less is more" to describe his aesthetic tactic of arranging the numerous necessary components of a building to create an impression of extreme simplicity. If you apply this same logic to your home audio system, you’ll go a long way towards making a significant improvement to performance. Look at what you have, think about what’s really important to you and how you can optimise what you already have.This can be as simple as just cleaning and carefully rearranging everything. Once you have done the housekeeping, we’re sure you’ll appreciate the improvements made - your system will be a little more transparent and any more substantive changes you make will be doubly apparent. Now consider some of the options we are going to outline for you.
Ethereal isn’t about brute force solutions. Why try and force music out of speakers when it can flow? As you’ll have learned with our articles on components like the Well Tempered Amadeus turntable, Perreaux SX25i amplifier and Sonus Faber Audior M speakers, it’s not about size, power ratings or cost. Lateral thinking, simplicity and quality go a long way further. And if there is a really nice example of these 3 virtues wrapped into two new products, the New Zealand made Image Loudspeakers and SlinkyLinks cables are it.
The New Zealand made Image Loudspeaker range is unique. Each model has it’s own distinct character but all are designed and made with the passionate aim of providing us with the best possible sound quality and value for money at any level. Chris Ball - the proprietor and designer is one of the most astute listeners you’ll find and he is continuously looking for ways to improve his speakers. So for 2010 we build on all the refinement that has gone before.
The newest model - the Petite Performa2 - is another prime example of a design distilled to essentials, using the very best parts and materials. It looks simple. It just that it takes 30 years of experiance, design talent and meticulous attention to detail to produce. Click here to learn about these fantastic new speakers.
SlinkyLinks cables have proven to be consistently effective in the 8 years we have been associated with them. It was what we heard at home that convinced us to deal with them and since then we’ve had a huge volume of positive and enthusastic feedback from our clients in New Zealand and around the world. And it’s what we are now hearing at home with the second generation of SlinkyLinks cables that has redoubled our enthusiasm - we can attribute a great part of the improvement we now have to these new cables - the smoothness combined with astonishing levels of detail, space and air, really is ethereal. This lightness of touch is balanced by real bass - fast, controlled and substantial but without overhang or bloat. Find out more about these very special cables.
These are just a few examples of the innovative high value products and components we have for you. Technology moves quickly and we can help you navigate your way through, so you get exactly what you want. Always feel free to call on us with any questions or requests. Check out the updates on our website newspage or even better, come and see us.
Best regards from Sharon & John at Totally Wired.
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