We recently received a 700lb shipment that included two Technics’ SB-R1 Speakers, an SE-R1 power amplifier, and an SU-RI Network Audio Control Player. All, told, the total system cost with interconnect cables and premium Kimber Moncale LX 15-ft speaker cablescomes to about $60,000. No other audio system that’s graced our listening room here at DT has captivated and mesmerized our staff quite like Technics Reference system. Seriously, some of us are having trouble getting our jobs done because we can’t peel ourselves away. This is the sort of audio system that you must hear to understand. Listening to tracks that we’ve heard 100s of times — and on excellent systems at that — is now a revelation of once hidden nuance and detail. Not only are we hearing things we’d never heard before, we’re hearing it in a way we’ve never heard it before. A music system that sounds like a live performance is a tough goal to attain, but Technics’ flagship nails it. Check out our video review for a close look at the gorgeous gear.
In depth: Windows 10 review
Looking back at Windows 8, it’s easy to see where Microsoft went wrong. It was a giant bet on touch-based computing, but it made using a PC with a keyboard and mouse awkward, frustrating, and outright confusing. In our original review, I wrote that there was a “risk of alienating ...read more