• The NEW 2024 Magico S5 A true powerhouse! It would not be an embellishment to say that Magico’s new S Series offers the company’s most cutting-edge advancements in loudspeaker design to date. The S3 harkened to a new era, and now the S5 adds a gravitas that can’t be ignored. High technology meets a muscular new form factor. The mighty Magico S5 is now a reality. Sculpted enclosure The newly designed curved-and-shaped aluminum cabinet—is optimized using simulated 3D modeling to minimize internal resonances—maximizes stiffness while enabling optimal damping strategies. The front baffle is curved for minimal diffraction effects. Notably, the S5’s internal volume increased by 31% compared to the previous version. The larger bass cabinet enables the S5’s low-frequency response to plumb 5Hz lower—to 20Hz—while keeping the same sensitivity (88dB). Innovative driver technology A key change from previous Magico cones is the aluminum-honeycomb core sandwiched by graphene-reinforced carbon-fiber skins. The Nano-Tec v.8 cone’s revolutionary core structure —possible only with recently developed manufacturing techniques—allows lower thickness,  lighter weight, and more effective damping. The result has pushed distortion lower than ever before. In addition to vastly improved cone construction, Magico has invested three years in a new generation of driver chassis. This third-generation chassis structure improves mechanical and acoustical parameters, like much-improved force distribution, better suspension designs, and a dual-post configuration that equalizes dynamic tensile wire forces. The new chassis combines stiffness and damping while allowing minimal acoustic contribution by reducing modes and maximizing airflow. All-star driver lineup The S5’s midrange is 6” in diameter with a 3” voice coil. It employs the Magico Nano-Tec v.8 cone and is built into a third-generation chassis. This driver features two extra-large neodymium magnets, a full copper cap, and a pure titanium voice coil. The S5’s midrange sets a new benchmark for measured performance in frequency and time domains. The result is midrange clarity that will leave you speechless. The bass in the S5 is provided by a pair of 10” woofers. Each driver sports a 5” titanium voice coil and a Nano-Tec v.8 cone built into a third-generation chassis. This woofer has a colossal copper cap capable of one-half inch of linear movement with the lowest distortion available in a driver of its size. This enables the S5 to provide accurate, undistorted low frequencies while producing high maximum sound pressure levels. The S5 produces low frequencies with awe-inspiring power and depth while maintaining fidelity to the source not heard outside a Magico loudspeaker. The S5’s tweeter is based on the model used in the M Series. The S5’s 28mm tweeter uses a diamond-coated beryllium diaphragm. A neodymium-based motor system yields the lowest distortion possible today and has even greater power handling than previous S Series speakers. Careful FEA modeling allowed Magico to improve the mechanical and acoustical performance of the back chamber. The S5’s high frequencies are chock-full of textural detail and the sonic subtleties Magico is renowned for. Accouterments: The S5 is available in a generous selection of premium finishes: six Softec choices that are rich in color depth, smooth to the touch, and very durable; and six High Gloss finishes that are expertly polished to a lustrous shine with a clear top coat. The three-footer supports the system using constrained-layer damping and premium materials for greatly enhanced sonic performance. S5 orders placed in the 2024 calendar year will include a special accessory box celebrating. Magico’s 20th anniversary. This memento was designed and crafted specifically to accompany the S5, shaped with the curvature of the S5’s cabinet. Each custom machined- the aluminum accessory box is engraved with your S5s' serial numbers and the Magico "20" anniversary logo.
  • Lyra Kleos offers three models with this line: 
    • Lyra Kleos
    • Lyra Kleos SL (Single Layer)
    • Lyra Kleos Mono
  • Sharing its name with Sicily’s majestic Mount Etna, Etna λ Lambda is an impressive monument in its own right. Although it shares some of its design philosophy with Atlas λ Lambda, the concepts are executed rather differently. While Etna λ Lambda is second from the top in Lyra’s line, one listen will demonstrate that this cartridge’s performance would define the very top of any other cartridge line. Atlas has a very refined, elegant, and voluptuous sound while Etna λ Lambda's personality is more outgoing. We truly believe that choosing between these two exceptional performers will come down to one’s tastes and the system in which it will live. Etna λ Lambda will be ideal for many customers and become their preferred Lyra. Etna λ Lambda offers three models within this line: 
    • Etna λ Lambda
    • Etna λ Lambda SL (Single Layer)
    • Etna λ Lambda Mono
  • The Atlas λ Lambda is Lyra’s new flagship phono cartridge. Lyra remains the only cartridge manufacturer to mount the cantilever assembly directly into the cartridge body thereby achieving a seamless, totally rigid connection between the cantilever assembly and headshell. Atlas λ Lambda offers three models within this line:
    • The Atlas
    • The Atlas SL (Single Layer)
    • The Atlas Mono
  • Klaudio's silencer is a high-quality acoustic dampening case for ultrasonic record cleaners. This version will fit an attached KD-ATL-RCM05 automatic disc loader. With a substantial noise reduction down to approximately 50 dB, records can now be cleaned and dried nearby instead of in another room. The enclosure is made of heavy acrylic, steel, and brushed aluminum and is lined with sound-absorbing foam and rubber seals. Separate doors allow access to the LP record and front control panel. Klaudio's silencer uses an active airflow channel with intake and exhaust fans in the back to prevent humidity buildup within the enclosure. Specially designed air chambers suppress sound. Fans are powered by the auxiliary power port on the rear of the ultrasonic cleaner or with an optional AC inverter.
  • Klaudio's disc loader queues up to five records for automatic cleaning and drying. Each LP is lowered and raised with a motorized arm, and its status is displayed by an LED (red=dirty, green=clean). Records can be exchanged continuously, so there's no need to wait for all five discs to finish. The auto-loader will track the cleaning status and location of newly added discs. The automatic loader installs easily onto Klaudio's ultrasonic cleaners using the included thumb screw and auxiliary power cable. Note: This product is not compatible with Klaudio's standard-size Silencer Case.
  • Enjoy your vinyl records as if they were new again!

    Klaudio’s ultrasonic cleaners bring an unrivaled 200 Watts of ultrasonic cleaning power to your LP collection. Using patent-pending technology, the toughest grime and dust are easily removed without the risk of physical scrubbers or the need for detergent.

    Ultrasonic transducers are placed perpendicular to both sides of the disc for maximum cleaning effect. Special dampening minimizes vibration and noise while removing debris. Drying is also handled safely with user-timed blowers.

    The entire washing and drying process is user-adjusted from 3 to 9 minutes. The cleaning status is conveniently displayed through an LED progress bar. Once you determine your wash and dry settings, insert your phonograph record, and the rest is automated.

    NOTE: For vinyl discs only. Not recommended for cleaning shellac.
  • Sale!

    Constellation Preamp 1.0 – TRADE IN

    Original price was: $14,500.00.Current price is: $7,400.00.

    In our opinion, the preamp is the heart of the system. This tested and true Constellation 1.0 is a high-performing product for its value.

    It features fully balanced circuitry, a double-supported chassis, isolated circuit boards, a home theater bypass, dual mono construction, and a direct interface for Constellation amps and an aluminum billet remote.

    The under-two-year-old, single-owner preamp was taken on trade by a meticulous owner who moved higher up the chain - it is in mint condition. There is a spec captured in the photo that is not physically on the screen.

  • At the core of Döhmann Audio’s philosophy is the study of resonance energy in analog playback systems. In 2020, our R&D Lab acquired a new piece of test equipment that enabled us to measure resonance propagation and behaviour with a significantly higher accuracy and resolution than ever before. The period of research that followed resulted in some discoveries and insights that led to the development of the Mk3 technologies. The Mk3 Record Clamp is the result of extensive research, data analysis and resonance profile modelling. It represents a significant step forward in analog system design, incorporating new technologies that have never been used in audio applications before. It is difficult to imagine the difference a record clamp can make to the sonic presentation and performance of a turntable, however, the proof is in the listening. Without being aware of it, most of our sound quality reference moments have been experienced in the presence of record & spindle resonances. Remove them, and the paradigm shifts again. The Mk3 Record Clamp has been designed with three principles in mind:

    1st Principle – Record Resonance

    We have been aware that vibrations are present in the vinyl medium itself, both originating externally from sound waves in the air and from the mechanical systems in the record player. They also originate ‘internally’ from the interaction between the stylus and the record grooves. However, utilising the latest technology, we were able to not only measure this resonance, but also observe how it travels within the vinyl medium. This led to a critical thought process on how to attenuate these “self-chatter” resonances using a properly executed clamp design. To address the challenge of record-originating resonances, the new Dohmann Audio Mk3 Record Clamp has the following features:
    • Large mating (damping) contact surface area for the new clamp design to work as opposed to using high force contact points like a spike or ball bearing.
    • Metallurgy was specifically chosen for transmission purposes with internal chambers used for the critical damping materials. One material cannot provide the broad frequency spectrum needed – it needs to be a carefully selected group of materials.
    • Compact design to lower the profile and impact on bearing precession.

    2nd Principle – Spindle Resonance

    We measured resonances through the spindle (stem) which originate in the bearing. These frequencies need to be addressed by different tuned materials and the upper section of the clamp has its own purpose-designed chambers to allow addition of specialised polymers.

    3rd Principle – Isolation of the Record from the Spindle Resonance

    We realised that mitigating spindle resonance helped, but in order to achieve the best sonic results, we had to keep those resonances completely away from the record. To achieve this, a third constrained layer ring system is used to separate the upper and lower chambers which under clamping pressure creates a dissipation plate (Finite Element Method) that is shaped carefully to provide an optimum boundary interface. The cumulative outcome from addressing these challenges is a discernible improvement in clarity, resolution, focus, dynamic contrasts and tonality within the sonic presentation of a turntable. Although this record clamp was designed as part of the Döhmann Audio Mk3 project, it has been consistently demonstrated that this product will improve the sound quality of any turntable that it is used in conjunction with. This clamp design is a result of close collaboration within the team working at Döhmann Audio and our tight relationships with engineering and materials science leaders in our university and defence/industrial sectors. Without advanced knowledge of new materials and customisation capabilities, such breakthroughs would not be possible. We hope that the new Mk3 record clamp assists you to enjoy your vinyl music collection with greater emotional connection – The Döhmann Audio Team.
  • The sNH-10G is an audio-grade network switch designed to reduce incoming noise from the service provider.   The input and output terminals comprise eight LAN ports and two SFP ports. There is also an option to install the sCLK-EX and the 10 MHz master clock input connector to maximize sound quality further. With these options and high-performance network cables, such as the dCBL-CAT7, your network audio system can perform with more realistic textures, a more expansive sound stage, and explosive dynamics without losing the detail of the entire range. In addition, the beautifully carved design represents the music melody with a luxurious aluminum body. It demonstrates the difference from conventional network products in all aspects. No matter what high-end audio system you currently have, experience the sNH-10G to prove what the ultimate sound should be in your network system.
  • What a table! Do not let the unique design fool you. In its simplest form, the Stabi S is a HIFI jewel and has extreme value for the dollar, especially when used with Kuzma tonearms and cartridges. It is constructed with very rigid brass tubing that when joined together forms the shape of a “T”, and comes in natural brass or a black powder coat. This high-mass brass tubing is perfect for a rigid connection to the platter, bearing assembly, and tonearm support. The belt drive motor sits outside the tube and an optional dongle connects it to the controller to set and adjust 33 and 45 RPM speeds. Albums will rest on a solid aluminum platter.  Additional options allow the cross brass tube to support a second arm, which is how we like to set it up. Spindle-to-pivot adjustment for the tonearm is easily adjustable using an eccentric collar that also allows VTA adjustment with a set screw.   Further performance is gained using the Kuzma Platis platform.
  • The Magico M7 is a four-way, six-driver floor-standing loudspeaker capable of astonishing performance. Featuring the latest Magico drive-unit technology, an organically shaped carbon- fiber-and-aluminum enclosure, and the latest Elliptical Symmetry Crossover, the M7 is a tour de force of advanced loudspeaker engineering.

    Tweeter and Midrange: 

    The M7 uses the tweeter designed for the M9. This high-frequency 28mm driver utilizes a beryllium diaphragm with optimized geometry. The diaphragm is then diamond-coated using a chemical vapor deposition process to push the beryllium substrate closer to the theoretical ideal. Magico engineers created a new neodymium-based motor system with the lowest distortion possible, massive dynamic capability, and even greater power handling than previous designs. Lastly, the acoustical performance of the back chamber was improved with careful FEA modeling. The 5” pure midrange driver in the M7 features a Gen 8 Nano-Tec cone formed of an aluminum-honeycomb core sandwiched with outer and inner layers of graphene-infused carbon fiber.  

    Midbass and Bass:

    The M7’s 9” midbass driver uses a newly designed basket assembly and Magico’s Gen 8 Nano-Tec cone, consisting of an aluminum-honeycomb core sandwiched with outer and inner layers of graphene-infused carbon fiber. This drive unit has a 127mm voice coil and an underhung neodymium-based motor system using dual extra-large magnets.  

    A Silent Enclosure:

    The M7’s enclosure begins with a monocoque carbon-fiber shell conceived using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) modeling. A multiply 6061-T6 aluminum front baffle with constrained-layer damping using aerospace composites is affixed to an aluminum rear baffle with front-to-back tensioning rods. The result is a cabinet that produces negligible internal resonances, enabling minimal damping—again, a design optimized conceptually and then tested until perfected. The baffle shape was refined until almost no diffraction effects were measurable. The M7’s overall structure results in maximum strength on every axis, with extreme stiffness, rigidity, and minimal energy storage.   

    The Crossover: 

    The four-way network contains components from Mundorf of Germany and Duelund Coherent Audio of Denmark. The M7’s ESXO crossover perfectly integrates the six drive units into a virtual point source—the six drivers sound complete. A bespoke support system developed specifically for the M7 uses MPOD technology to provide a stable footprint while eliminating noise and achieving perfect coupling to the floor.
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