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audioXpress: February 2004, vol.35, No.2

audioXpress: February 2004, vol.35, No.2

A LOW-MU TRIODE PREAMP 
See what a difference this preamp, which uses low-mu power triodes, can make in your audio system. By Pete Millett

THE J-LOW PROJECT 
Rearrange the furniture in your listening room for this pair of spacious speakers, which house Jordan full-range drivers. By Nelson Pass and Dana Kruse

REBUILDING A CLASSIC: MCINTOSH MC2100 
An interesting look at one hobbyist's successful attempt to refurbish a classic amp. By Bruce Brown

ADCOM'S GFP-565 PREAMPLIFIER, PART 4 
After extensive modifications to this classic preamp, it's time to give the revamped unit a listen to determine whether results were worth the effort. By Gary Galo

LISTENING TO GALO'S MODIFIED ADCOM GFP-565 
By Edward T. Dell, Jr.

CANTO SIRENA, PART 2 
We conclude our look at this tube-based phono preamp design that features accurate RIAA equalization. By James Lin

SPEAKERS HAVE SLANTED FRONTS, PART 3 
This audio veteran continues his study of how your listening experi-ence is affected by speaker height from the floor and distance from the listener. By G.R. Koonce

THE USHER CP8871 
As our reviewer notes, this model "is definitely not your father's speaker cabinet," with its distinctive looks, high-quality construction, and D'Appolito design. Reviewed by James Moriyasu

  • KEY TOPICS
  • Adcom`s GFP-565 upgrade
  • Slanted speakers
  • Rebuilding McIntosh MC2100
  • Low-mu preamp
  • Usher CP8871 review
  • Canto Sirena, part 2
  • BOOK SPECIFICATION
  • paperback
  • black and white print
  • 72 pages
  • 205mm x 267mm
  • 170g

Price; £5.50 +vat +p&p

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