The July issue—now in mailboxes and on newsstands—features the world’s first review of Mark Levinson’s fully loaded (and affordable by Levinson standards) No.5805 integrated amplifier, reviews of audio products from CH Precision (a big amplifier), Vanatoo (affordable active speakers), PrimaLuna (a new flagship preamplifier), and Kuzma (their Stabi R turntable). in Analog Corner, Michael Fremer dives deep into Charles Kirmuss’s ultrasonic record bath; In Listening, Art Dudley listens to three variations on the BBC minimonitor theme; in Music in the Round, Kal Rubinson auditions what may be the most sophisticated multichannel preamp ever sold for domestic use. In conversation with our own Sasha Matson, composer John Adams free-associates about other composers, specifically dead ones, and our music section features lots of records—the black kind with the grooves, the ones some of the kids call “vinyls”.
Finally, don’t miss this month’s As We See It essay, “How Does the Music Make You Feel?,” in which Jim Austin, our new editor, restates Stereophile‘s core editorial principles.
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