In this latest episode of the Darko.Audio podcast, Twittering Machines’ Michael Lavorgna returns from Capital Audio Fest 2022 to regale us with stories of his favourite exhibits. I dig into the new WiiM Pro network streamer, revisit the Logitech Squeezebox Touch and explain why the NVIDIA Shield Pro is no longer the Roon endpoint it once was. I also detail a newly-compiled separates system that fronts a pair of KEF Q150 loudspeakers – a stone-cold bargain at US$299 – and a newly-purchased turntable: the Thorens TD1500. As usual, Lavorgna and I round out the episode with a pair of recommended albums.
👉🏻 As mentioned in this podcast…
WiiM Pro (US$150)
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NVIDIA Shield Pro
🛒 (US) https://amzn.to/3iKQ7rW
The Logitech Squeezebox Touch: 10 years gone
MoFi Electronics SourcePoint 10 Loudspeakers
The Voice That Is | Vinnie Rossi
Alma Music & Audio and On A Higher Note’s (Midrange) Magic
Fidelity Imports | Diptyque Audio
KEF Q150 (white)
KEF Q150 (black)
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