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Danny Kaey

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  1. Awesome seeing such enthusiasm for HiFi all over the globe!!!
  2. Hot diggety. now that's what I call a review... What's especially amazing is that these headphones are built in Serbia, my family's country of origin. Allow me to provide some perspective for clarity: keep in mind that up until the late 80s, Serbia was a communist dictatorship since 1945 und little Mussolini, Tito's ruthless rule. The 90s saw Yugoslavia torn apart by wars on 3 fronts; the economy turned quasi market based, yet very much rooted in hardcore socialist policies. Corruption is very high; the average wage for a typical white collar job is around 250 Euro a month; for a blue collar j
  3. Hi there, thanks for the comments! Perspective is the mother of all clarity. My personality is closely tied to what you see in the video, so when you see, nay, hear me in the video, it's who I am. I am not publishing peer reviewed science articles, I write and vlog about stuff that I'm interested in, that I find exciting and like the world to know more about. So much more of interest could have been discussed. Take a listen to the Audio Stream interviews. They might be a good guide for improving the next interview?! Sure. Until you actually host an interv
  4. True story. That said, one could argue that 1-bit delta sigma has been around since the mid 60s when Denon first started futzing with it... I have yet to hear - conclusively - that DSD or PCM or MQA or any of these formats sound "superior" to each other, nor that it matters even if they did because hardly any mainstream recording takes advantage of even 16 bit resolution, dynamics and innate transparency. So this to me is the equivalent of pixel peeping: it's completely irrelevant in the real world.
  5. GREAT write-up Chris. I love how they are sticking to their guns, despite no doubt losing sales to those who need/want the latest and greatest three letter acronym flavor of the month. Not an easy thing to do - similar perhaps to Einstein's insistence that running more than 4 transistors per channel mucks up the sound and thus lowers the resolution and transparency to the source. I'm sure there's many other similar companies that chose to stay on their straight and narrow path. Good for them!
  6. Hi Marco, sorry, I didn't see this reply until just now... Sorry to hear you are having issues with your 52... I can verify that I had no issues whatsoever with the 53 and Roon, it works without any issues!
  7. Very cool. Stax is classic HiFi. You can't go wrong with any of their stuff!!!
  8. Very kind of you - thanks much! There will be more... so glad you got something out of these! cheers 😉👍🏼😎
  9. Always fun to mix things up and Daryl’s style makes it easy to interview! good stuff... more to come!
  10. Our own Danny Kaey sat down with Daryl Wilson, President and CEO of Wilson Audio Specialties, for a 45 minute chat about a wide range of topics including the new Chronosonic XVX, craftsmanship, capacitors, Daryl's vinyl collection and his latest Pink Floyd 45 RPM single of Have A cigar / Welcome To The Machine. - CC
  11. Update... I now had a chance to sample a few of these and have to say I am dumbfounded how great they are. Musically impeccable, the best of Japanese Jazz there is really. Sonically, there isn't one single dud here, they are all A+++++ titles with resolution and dynamic range that you won't believe comes from CD. My next mission is to source all of these on vinyl, a few of which I already have... #stunning Thanks for posting about these Chris!!! 🤩
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