ROKSAN: Kandy K2 BT integrated amplifier test review

Herb Reichert (Stereophile magazine) writes: It was spring. I was planting kale and cabbage, wearing bib overalls, and listening to Pigboy Crabshaw (aka Elvin Bishop) on my iPhone. My girlfriend, “bb,” came out, and just stood there laughing. “What’s this? American Gigolo: The Alabama Years?” Now, please, don’t start worrying about your newest Stereophile reviewer. […]

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Systemdek IIX/Roksan Tabriz, should a noisy motor be a dealbreaker?

Howdy all! I have been looking at a Systemdek IIX with a Roksan Tabriz (and a technics cart I have never heard of and can’t remember the name of!) This is a ‘scratching an itch’ thing, as I have always wondered how both the Roksan arm and the Dunlop Dek stack up against my LP12 […]

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ROKSAN: They go upmarket with their Blak series CD player and amp

Andy Madden writes ….. Roksan’s portfolio of hi-fi electronics has, up until now, topped out with the company’s Award-winning Caspian M2 CD player and stereo amplifier. Blak sees the company shift up a gear and to a new price point. The Blak integrated amp (pictured above, £2750) features three pairs of RCA analogiue inputs, a […]

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ROKSAN: Their Oxygene 30 Turntable

They say ….. Roksan Audio have been considered a leading force in the analogue audio world since their first product, the Xerxes record player, was released in 1985. The Oxygene 30 Turntable boasts an elegant, minimalist aesthetic inspired by the popular Oxygene range of hifi electronics. But beneath its striking gloss-white exterior is an innovative […]

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