REVIEWS

REVIEWS

Audio Video is proudly independent, and while we depend on income from banner advertising, we are in no way connected to our advertisers. Our reviews are subjective – we have neither the time nor the facilities to measure and verify specification. Reviews are conducted in a listening room emulating real-world conditions. We always contextualise reviews by highlighting the associated equipment, and the music/movies used in the process.

Paradigm Monitor SE 6000F: Big bang for the buck

Paradigm’s latest Monitor SE 6000F speaker might be focussed on keen pricing and value for money, but as it turns out, there’s a lot more to this floorstander than affordability … Canadian audio marque Paradigm has always prided itself on linking performance to value – ...
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Linn Kan Mk II: A classic that still sounds special

In the first of a regular series of reviews featuring pre-owned classic and vintage audio equipment, we take a close listen to the Linn Kan II bookshelf speaker – and are reminded what all the fuss was about 30 years-plus ago The list of iconic ...
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PS Audio Stellar S300: Audio overachiever

PS Audio’s Stellar range is meant to offer superlative value – and it does. But even without its keen price tag, the Stellar S300 stereo power amp would have been deemed a star performer that can hold its own in top-notch company ... It’s ...
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Marantz SA-10: Digital upper class

The Marantz SA-10 is an innovative, no-holds-barred CD/SACD player seeking to prove that the age of streaming hasn’t made physical media – and the hardware to play them – redundant. Can it live up to that promise? Competing in an audio arena contested by small-volume, ...
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