Avalon Isis 'Revisited' at Chattelin Audio
- Category: Press release
- Published on 26 August 2011
Avalon Isis' Revisited "presentation
(Submitted news) Chattelin Audio Systems presents a special setup, which as yet nowhere (wereldwijd!) has been listening.
The Avalon Isis speakers is the largest on-one that the guys from Boulder, Colorado, built. The introduction of the speaker - about five years ago - had already caused a landslide in the area of what was possible in audio reproduction, and is to date as an absolute benchmark.
Anno 2011 is incredible happened in consumer electronics, especially in the area of strengthening / cabling and source material. The level is much higher than five years ago for what was thought possible and was technically feasible.
This also applies to our thinking about tuning, electric and acoustic adjustments.
The introduction of two new products Spectral is a wonderful occasion to the full performance potential of the Avalon Isis to investigate.
With the introduction of the Isis then asked us all wonder where the border of this design would be phenomenal. With the techniques and circumstances of today, we have created a truly unheard music system and we invite you to come to the Avalon Isis 'again' to come and listen.
The Isis is controlled by and listened with Spectral amplification and CD, Mit cabling, electricity supply and Acoustic Revive Acustica Applicata Polifemo daads.
The two aforementioned products, the new Spectral SDR4000SL and DMC30SS 2 Series.
In particular, the CD player is an absolute first, it is the first in Europe!
We have long to wait, but here it is, he's arrived on European soil, and we have him ...
An ordinary death, stereo, compact disc player. In 2011? Yes, and Spectral Spectral would not if it was not something very, very special would be.
Anyone who has heard the previous SDR4000Pro, knows what information and music in the old silver disc is hidden. Something that apparently only by the bright minds from Sunnyvale can be pried from the medium. It sounds corny, but it is very likely SDR4000SL The Last CD Player! There we said it ...
The player is really bursting with innovative ideas that have no manufacturer has ever done because it stupidly too complicated / expensive / difficult was it to start.
How about a discreet, solid state built DAC and DAC amplifier. Spectral's own HDCD Long Filter 16 bit technology, a full metal slot loader CD mechanism from the aerospace industry is (the lords of Spectral have special contacts; the UltraFader potentiometer from the DMC15 and 30SS by Spectral along with a subcontractor of NASA developed that also the motors and servos built for the Mars Rover and several other space probes).
To paraphrase Billy Bunter: "The boys are special and that they are!"
Alongside their pioneering work in the digital domain to Keith Johnson and his team tirelessly with their quest for the maximization of musical realism in their groundbreaking designs. They do this for over thirty years, averse to all fashions and not hindered by any commercial consideration. The nice advantage of this attitude is that if something new is introduced from Spectral, it's always worth it.
With the announcement of the Series DMC30SS 2 we must also remember that except for the interesting technical solutions and rationale, the unreserved a big step forward. Anders Johnson et al had introduced him and they were simply not as long continue to develop until they were satisfied.
What does the review mean? The complete balanced driver board is new and the SHHA G2 modules are further refined. In fact, this is the heart of the amplifier, that the final signal after the volume controller receives and strengthened, and to the outside world suitable.
This system is composed but with a purpose: the listener the ultimate music experience delivered.
The Avalon Isis Revisited presentation is on
• Friday 9 september 10.30 - 21.00
• Saturday 10 september 10.30 - 16.00
• Sunday 11 september 11.00 - 16.00
We welcome you!
Chattelin Audio Systems
Anna Paulownastraat 58
2518 BG The Hague
t + 31 70 363 20 50
m + 31 6 230 605 14
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to 10.00 18.00 hours.
Saturday 10.00 to 17.00 hours.