“Purchased this system off of Ebay. Overall very good sound, impressive sound output with powerful bass response, at its price point ($250} I think it is the system to beat, the satellites sound nice and bright and do not get drowned out by the subwoofer's bass output at any volume level, this system will definitely get loud and I did not notice any distortion, I mainly listen to music but it...” --Croozer
“ Never have I found an audio component that costs $1000 with benefits as big as that shown by the Audiophilleo. I have not tried using it without the PurePower upgrade (as it is an irreversible upgrade), but the combination of an AP2+PP results in detail I never thought my system had the capability to expose. ” --absolutk
“ Some years ago I upgraded the clock in a fairly inexpensive DAC experimentally and realised the importance of the quality of the digital input to the quality of the sound output. It wasn't long after that a number of companies came out with digital converters, especially USB ones, since the quality of USB inputs in DACs at the time was generally poor. They also allowed older DACs...” --Currawong
Audiophilleo’s PurePower VLN (very low noise) Digital Power Pack is an optional battery based power supply for the Audiophilleo1 and Audiophilleo2 transports.
The BM 5A MKII Studio Monitor imparts all of the quality and power people expect from Dynaudio Acoustics, but this speaker has been reengineered to take near field monitoring to new levels of performance. This is a 110V product and does not have a switchable voltage option.
The Tannoy Reveal 601P Passive Studio Monitor is an industry standard reference monitor without an excessive price tag.