Pro-Ject RPM 10 Turntable, Sumiko Songbird MC Cartridge, VTL TP-2.5i Phono Stage and VTL TL-5.5 Series II Line Stage, Meridian 218 Zone Controller, Vandersteen M5- HPA Monoblocks and Vandersteen Quatro Loudspeakers, AudioQuest Cabling

It always helps to end 7.5 hours of show coverage on a high note. That was certainly the case in
the Audio Concepts room, where the midrange sounded gorgeous on a recording of
Beethoven’s Paris Trio. Images were a mite small, as one might expect from smaller speakers in
a small room, but the liquid flow and notable musicality of this system more than compensated.
Switching gears, Hugh Masekela’s “Abangoma” benefitted from a perfectly proportioned,
ideally illumined top and captivating midrange. Bass was a bit thud-like, but those sounda were
correctly pitched, which goes for a lot. I’m not sure I heard a digital source in this system, but what I did
hear felt perfect. The complete equipment list included a Pro-Ject RPM 10 Turntable and arm
($3,499) with Sumiko Songbird MC Cartridge ($899), Meridian 218 Zone Controller DAC
($1,250), VTL TP-2.5i Performance Phono Stage ($5,000) and TL-5.5 Series II Linestage
preamplifier (($9,500), Vandersteen M5-HPA Monoblock Power amplifiers ($15,800/pair) and
Quatro loudspeakers ($15,499/pair), AudioQuest William Tell, Water, Earth, and Dragon cabling
plus Niagara 5000 Power Conditioner ($3999), and VTI 4-shelf Component Rack ($329).

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