Recent content by SteveGuttenberg
I'm honored! I'm speechless!
Quote: Sorry, no, didn't have any Denon headphones around, but I'm pretty sure the DS would kick ass with the '7000. The power can drive anything, with ease!
Headphone Addict, I will be getting the new Audioengine A5+ soon, and will compare them. As for the A5, it's no contest, the airmotiv4 is way better. That tweeter is tough to beat.
Zurv, I tried the PSB Minis with a Miniwatt, but it wasn't a great match. The amp doesn't have enough power to get the best out of the speakers. Steve
barleyguy, Gee, the tops of the binding posts are maybe just 1/4" below the bottom of the speaker. Not much clearance for the back-end of the plug, unless you wall mount the speakers, and the wires hang down.
Thanks for making me feel welcome! Powered desktop speakers are more cost effective, but their internal amps aren't in the league of the Jolida. For now at least the Mini Maggies are the ones to beat for desktop speakers, but they're double the price of the PSB, and they'll need a lot bigger amp...
During a conversation with CNET Audiophiliac blogger Steve Guttenberg, he was telling me about a pair loudspeakers he'd been enjoying immensely. Given the increasing popularity and interest in desktop loudspeaker audio here on Head-Fi.org, I asked Steve if he could write a review of those...
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