Fremer & Valin Comment on T.H.E. Show

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We are very pleased to share these comments from two very respected reviewers.

MICHAEL FREMER’S THOUGHTS ON THE ROOM posted on AnalogPlanet.com
“Over at T.H.E. Show a ‘statement’ system consisting of the Walker Audio Proscenium Black Diamond V turntable, VAC electronics, Perfect 8 speakers and Stealth cables sounded great despite being in an oversized auditorium-like room. I sat through a side of a Beethoven Violin Concerto test pressing from The Electric Recording Company. I usually don’t sit through a side of anything at a show.”

Thanks, Michael.  We’ll take that as the ultimate compliment!

AND HERE’S WHAT JONATHAN VALIN HAD TO SAY…posted on theabsolutesound.com
“The Forces were being sourced by my own reference phonograph, the Walker Proscenium Black Diamond V, which here made a way-too-rare appearance at a trade show…The result is sheer sonic magic. On “L.A. Woman” I have never before heard Jim Morrison and the rest of The Doors sound so “there,” so un-reproduced, so seemingly alive—and I’ve heard this cut hundreds of times….

Nonetheless, on The Doors and Keb’ Mo’ (which is all I had time to listen to), this was not just the best sound I heard at CES 2014; it was one of the best sounds I’ve heard.”

Please note JV’s report was on Speakers $20k and up, but we take some credit for the sound!

We thank Mr. Fremer and Mr. Valin for taking the time to visit our room and for including Walker Audio in their reports of T.H.E. show.

 

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