Please call for your appointment to experience any of these products for yourself showroom 11-4 weekdays.
Galileo UEF Digital interconnects were the last cables engineered in the Galileo UEF series and encompass all Galileo technologies adapted and voiced especially for digital transmission. Because digital cables are unique in their transmission of an analog signal that is ‘interpreted’ as digital on the receiving end, it took longer to optimize their performance across a wide variety of digital formats before they could be perfected.
Developed and voiced over an 18 month period, Galileo UEF Digital cables enable state-of-the-art digital systems to recreate the full scale and holography of the recorded event with breathtaking realism to surpass the world’s best analog playback systems. Handcrafted Galileo UEF Type 1 Inductive Cell encased in Carbon Fiber to filter digital noise outside-the-signal path through an inductive process that includes Graphene and UEF Tech. Galileo Tuning Modules are provided to voice your Digital Cables to your system. Choose between the Silver and Gold Galileo Tuning Modules that allow you to create a fine-tuned balance that perfectly matches your system and personal tastes. Finally drop your system’s noise floor clear out of site when you optionally ground Galileo UEF Digital interconnects to a Synergistic Research Ground Block, or with the included cable to Ground connectors. Available in AES/EBU and SPDIF, each engineered to their exact application for a digital cable that is highly evolved, absolutely neutral, musical, and holographic.
AES/EBU is built from 9 separate geometries running in parallel consisting of (1) Galileo Digital Silver Matrix geometry, (2) UEF digital Silver Matrix geometries, (2) Handmade Pure Silver AirString geometries, (2) Handmade Pure Tungsten AirString geometries, (2) Handmade Pure Copper AirString geometries. All 9 geometries are individually sheathed to cancel resonance and improve flexibility.
SPDIF is built from 5 separate geometries running in parallel consisting of (1) Galileo Digital Silver Matrix geometry, (1) UEF digital Silver Matrix geometry, (1) Handmade Pure Silver AirString geometry, (1) Handmade Pure Tungsten AirString geometry, (1) Handmade Pure Copper AirString geometry . Each of the 5 geometries are individually sheathed to cancel resonance and improve flexibility.
US $2,995/1m each - SPDIF (RCA)
US $3,495/1m each - AES/EBU (XLR)
Bryston's new BDP-3 replaces the BDP-2 as our flagship high resolution digital player. Lets see what's changed:
Hot Tip: Today David Shreve our mobil Analog expert & David Weinhart did a cartridge shoot out and were floored by the liquid natural sound and this needs to be on any serious Analog listeners short list ! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !
The van den Hul Crimson XGW Stradivarius is a top performance custom hand-built moving coil phono cartridge. A crossbreed of van den Hul's Canary and Condor cartridges, the Stradivarius is the latest creation from A.J. van den Hul.
"The Crimson XGW Stradivarius is the best balanced cartridge ever built by van den Hul!" - A.J. van den Hul
The van den Hul Crimson XGW Stradivarius MC Phono Cartridge features a Koa Wood Body treated with 400 year old formula Stradivarius lacquer that gives it a rigid, hard shell that results in superior sonics and an amazing sound! The Stradivarius also features a relatively high (0.9mV) output, 24 karat gold coils, a Samarium-Cobalt magnet, extended channel separation and superb tracking ability!
• 24K Gold Coils
• Proprietary van den Hul 1s Stylus
• Boron Cantilever
• Koa Wood Body treated with 400 year old formula Stradivarius lacquer
Stylus Shape: VDH 1S
Stylus Radii: 2 x 85 Micron
Frequency Range: 5-55,000 Hz
Tracking Force: 1.35-1.5 Grams
Anti-Skating Force: 0.4-0.6 Grams
Static Compliance: 35 Micron/mN
Tracking Ability: 70-80 Micron
Channel Unbalance: Less Than 0.3dB
Channel Separation: Greater Than 36/30dB
Stylus Tip Mass: 0.32 Milligram
System Weight: 8.75 Grams
Load Capacitance: Non Critical
Load Impedance: 25 Omhs-47 kOhms
Optimum Load Impedance: 25-250 Ohms
Effective Tonearm Mass: 10-16 Grams
MC Resistance: 13 Ohms
The REL no. 25 commemorates REL’s 1/4 century building the finest sub bass systems in the world. The new all out assault the No. 25 has the looks, sound & easily surpasses every other sub woofer we have heard by LARGE margins.
The No. 25 produces low frequency with improved accurately that delivers a degree of pitch definition we only dreamed possible and the best interface and remote we have ever experienced.
No. 25 combines the power of an ultra-reliable 1,000 watt amplifier, with a lightweight and perfectly balanced carbon fibre 15” driver. All this is controlled by our legendary filter sets and proprietary crossovers with 2 separate parametric equalizers permitting remarkably flat in-room response, while maintaining the speed and resolution for which modern RELs have become known.
REL wants their customers to enjoy all this performance without being limited to only a few room locations, so they built-in their legendary LongBow™ wireless receivers into every No. 25. This design utilizes zero compression, resulting in stunning dynamics and bass extension without being tethered to a cable, while delivering sound quality comparable to their competitor’s hardwired designs. It’s just another example of how REL strives to offer complete and thoughtful solutions.
Playback Designs Digital Analog Converter Integrated DAC / Headphone Amp
The Merlot is a new design from ground up and borrows elements from the existing 5- and 3-series product lines and combines them with new technologies in a novel and cost effective package. Like all Playback Designs products, the Merlot was designed from the inside out to maximize sonic performance which is competitive with many much higher priced converters and often even outperforms them.
With its many unique features it is the center piece of the entire Sonoma series. It ties all the various products together, the Syrah Music server, the OpBox disc player and the Pinot ADC. There is no audio format, no sample rate that cannot be played on the Sonoma series, even analog audio can be played. And then there is recording...a feature that is not commonly associated with playback. This system gives the Swiss Army Knife a new meaning.
• Up to 384kHz PCM and up to 11.2MHz DSD
• USB, AES, Coax, PLink inputs
• Headphone output with separate volume control
• Balanced and unbalanced line level outputs
• Differential discrete DAC (standard “Playback Designs” architecture)
• Software upgradeable by end user
• Recording software for file creation on computer
• Weinhart Design considering 2016’s digital product of the year award !
Announcing the long awaited DirectStream Memory Player (DMP from here on out) now available for wholesale pre-orders with first units shipping in early December 2016.
After years of development we are proud to offer our first universal transport.
This transport is revolutionary in several ways, not the least of which is its extraordinary ability to extract more from a CD than you ever imagined, as well as the ability to hear the SACD layer as the mastering engineer did.
The player is one of the few on the market which can output the native DSD layer of SACD to a PS Audio DirectStream series DAC for proper conversion
CD layer playback is unlike anything you've ever heard thanks to 5 years of study of our previous PerfectWave memory player design
Even those without the I²S connection for the native DSD layer are able to listen to the SACD DSD layer an external DAC at 8 additional bits of resolution than Red Book CDs
Ability to output 5.1 surround in native DSD via three coax or I²S ports
Front-loaded USB port reads all popular formats
The MSRP for the DMP is $5,999.
Technical details on the DMP can be found here.
There are a limited number of units available for December shipment, contact me to reserve yours today!
Never say never. Even one year ago, Bryston said that the company would never build a turntable. What changed? While developing the new phono preamplifier models BMC and BMM, the wide bandwidth and low distortion of these new gain stages reminded Bryston how breathtaking and fresh ‘high resolution’ vinyl playback can be.
So Bryston turned its attention to the source. Each feature represents an effort to engineer remarkably accurate vinyl playback by holding exceptional speed stability and mitigating resonances. One such feature is the included Bryston BTP-1, a Bryston designed pulse width modulation power supply which powers the BLP-1 motor and holds it to exceptionally accurate 33-1/3 and 45 RPM.
Other features include:
• Tonearm featuring seven-segment titanium arm tube with integrated headshell is virtually immune to cantilever borne vibration
• Belt drive with on-board PWM synchronous low speed / high torque motor achieves perfect belt tension and coupling to platter without
• Innovative hardened carbon-steel spindle and ultra hard bronze bearing polished to 0.02mm tolerance
• Dense 35mm thick Delrin platter with integrated record mat damps non-musical vibration yet preserves incredible detail
• Unique vented plinth both eliminates platter turbulence and prevents
© Copyright 2017 Weinhart Design
2337 Roscomare Road, Studio #1, Los Angeles, California 90077
Open Weekdays 11-4 By Appointment • Weekends by appointment only • 310-472-8880