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Last updated: 7 Nov 2018

Solid Tech Rack of Silence 4 Reference in walnut stained beech
7 November 2018

Walnut is one of the most appreciated home decoration wood colors and it is about time Rack of Silence can parade in this color. Here below with Apparatus Support and screws in black.

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Vinyl Saturday @ hifi.com.sg Event (03-11-2018)
7 November 2018

On the 3rd Nov 2018, we had hosted a marvellous event called Vinyl Saturday @ hifi.com.sg, and the turnout was fantastic! We are greatly honoured by the support and presence of our friends and guests for the vinyl appreciation event. Everyone was having a great time enjoying the smooth sound our reference system had offered. Some of our friends even shared with us with their favourite vinyl albums too!

The reference system that was used for the event are as follows:

Avantgarde Acoustic Duo Mezzo XD Horn Loudspeakers
Reed Muse 3C Turntable with Tri-Planer Tonearm & Miyajima Lab Madake MC Cartridge
Audio Note M8 Line Pre-amplifier
Audio Note M6 RIAA Phono Stage
Assorted Ansuz Acoustics and Shunyata Research accessories

We would also like to congratulate Mr Sameer and Mr Kelvin for being the lucky winners for our Vincent Belanger’s “Pure Cello” Vinyl and Compact Disc albums.


There will be more events coming in the future, so follow us on our Facebook, Instagram and website for updates.


International Sound & Sight Exhibition 2018
29 October 2018

We will be participating in the coming International Sound & Sight Exhibition 2018 from 16 To 18 November, 11.00am to 7.00pm at Parkroyal Hotel. Will have Two Rooms 717 & 718 this time. The First Room will feature Audio Note, Shunyata Denali & Dr.Feickert products. For the Second Room, we will feature HRS, Aavik, Ansuz, Raidho, Wadax & Borresen Acoustics.

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Devialet Phantom Reactor belts out big bass in a small speaker
20 October 2018

Devialet Phantom Reactor belts out big bass in a small speaker
Review By : Ty Pendlebury CNET Staff

"After likening its first Phantom speaker to a bomb, Devialet has kept the explosion theme for its latest wireless music product -- the Phantom Reactor. Like its larger brethren, the Reactor is a highly pressurized capsule said to deliver stunningly deep bass."



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    Hands on Review: Devialet Phantom Reactor
    16 October 2018

    Hands on Review: Devialet Phantom Reactor
    By What Hi-Fi?

    Sound quality:

    Its sound is no less familiar. At a hotel briefing, we hear a handful of songs over Apple AirPlay, and each lays bare the speaker’s direct, clear and effortlessly room-filling delivery.

    Indeed, the Reactor’s scale and loudness belies its modest proportions - spookily so, you could say. For some living spaces, the Reactor may still seem over the top. After all, its 98dB volume capability is comparable to the loudness of a drill.

    We can hardly say we’ve been twelve rounds with it – that'll come later when it goes head-to-head with similarly-priced rivals in our test rooms – but we’ve heard enough to suggest it should be a contender at the money.

    First up is a jazzy classical track, and the drubbing snare and kick drums make a dramatic entrance, emitting from the Reactor with clarity and impact.

    The speaker’s bass depth eats up the wicked bass guitar line that opens Rachelle Ferrell’s Sista, which is thick and quick out of the two animated woofers. It bumps along nicely below her vocal, which soars above with scale and – again – heaps of clarity.

    That notable vocal delivery is demonstrated with George Benson’s The Ghetto, too, his soulful vocal crooning not only direct but attitude-laden, and a good advert for the Reactor’s articulate and warm balance.

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