Date Added: 08/02/2013
If you love music, you may agree that vinyl records give the most rewarding and enjoyable musical experience. Despite the rise of CD and digital downloads, vinyl has never gone away.
And the astonishing truth about vinyl records is that they can just go on sounding better. Every time you improve your system, you’ll get more music out of those same grooves.
When your system takes a big step forward, those records are fresh and new again, and you just can’t stop listening.
But what really makes a system sound good? What makes the difference between a system that’s just OK, and one that really brings the music?
With all too many systems, the sound is great in some aspects, but something more is needed to make the performance come together as a musical whole! Yet the answer can be found…
Last Night a Cable Changed My Life
Date Added: 07/02/2012
“Touraj rearranged my notions of how to get the best results out of computer audio….He put a mini jack to RCA cable between my iMac and pre-amp and almost freaked me out. Why, because this simple approach sounded better than many USB DAC’s I have tried with the same computer….the irony is that with computers and even iPods so many people have a source that can produce remarkable results if they are connected with the correct cable to a half decent system”
Read more Jason Kennedy The Ear
D-Fi is an exciting new range of cables designed to complement and enhance the performance of current music sources beyond belief. Digital has never sounded so good. From a ‘little’ to a ‘lot’ we will demonstrate to you a fresh approach that delivers performance without limits.
Students you guys listen and collect more music than any other generation before. To celebrate this fact we are extending our promotional offers to students purchasing any Pulse product at the show. So remember to bring your student ID and enjoy a further 10% discount and reimbursement of your £6 show entry fee. See you at the show.
D-Fi What you never thought possible!
New Europe Article Oct. Nov. 2011
Date Added: 08/11/2011
Almost everybody enjoys relaxing to their favourite music, but in the age of the MP3 attention has perhaps shifted in favour of convenience rather than achieving the ultimate sound quality. The New Europe caught up with audio design expert Touraj Moghaddam of Vertere to find out exactly what lies at the heart of sonic perfection.