10 May 2018
Gary Koh started Genesis Advanced Technologies in 2002 to carry on the legacy of Genesis Technologies, founded by legendary speaker designer Arnie Nudell. Gary has carried on the same tradition of delivering bleeding edge technology in the service of the advancement of the state of the art. Gary & his Washington-Made speakers have since gone on to win numerous industry awards and recognition from the audiophile press, and more importantly, proud owners the world over.
Rogers High Fidelity of New York design & build by a simple credo: ”What you make people feel is as important as what you make”. To that point, Rogers High Fidelity makes impressions that last a lifetime by building Tube Amplifiers that are warranted for a lifetime.
VPI Industries of Cliffwood New Jersey is arguably the most succesful turntable manufacturer in the United States of the last 35 years. All Audiophiles who care about vinyl playback have heard of the HW-19, The Classic and The Prime turntables, and speak in hushed tones about The Avenger and The Titan. However, it is their newest Gimbaled and Unipivot tonearms called “The Fat Boy” that have their legions of fans excited and their competition nervous.
Professor Edgar Choueiri of Princeton University and founder of Theoretica Applied Physics is the creator of the BACCH SP Adio 3D Sound Processor. The BACCH SP is, in our experience, the most revolutionary product developed for the playback of stereo recordings in the last 30 years. Everyone who has experienced 3D Sound has walked away profoundly changed by what is possible with a pair of speakers. You will be too.
On Saturday, May 19th from 12 to 5pm, find out what happens when State of
Art manufacturers of different and seemingly disparate disciplines and technologies work together in concert to create a playback experience that is both harmonious and unlike anything you’ll experience at any other dealer showroom in the united States today. RSVP now for a wonderful afternoon of music, technology, food and refreshments.
VPI Titan Turntable and Fat Boy Gimballed and Unipivot Tonearms.
Genesis Advanced Technologies Maestro Loudspeakers (Cartridge selections by Gary Koh)
Rogers High Fidelity PA-1A Tubed Phono Stage and 34S-1 Flagship Integrated Amplifier
Theoretica Applied Physics BACCH SP Adio 3D Sound Processor/Network Streamer.
09 Mar 2018
The March issue of The Absolute Sound features their Editors’ Choice Awards. In this annual feature, writers recommend components that they would buy themselves or recommend to family and friends.
The Absolute Sound recognizes Rogers High Fidelity – Editors’ Choice for 2018 includes: the EHF-200 Mk2 and the EHF-100 MK2.
15 Jan 2018
KLH, the legendary speaker brand co-founded by Henry Kloss, is back with a new owner and a full line of new speakers being shown at the 2018 CES show being driven by Rogers High Fidelity class A tube amplifier models EHF-200 MK2, EHF-100 MK2 and the latest model release the 65V-1.
The new owner of Klipsch is veteran David P. Kelley who is operating the company in Noblesville, Indiana. He’s starting out fairly ambitiously with the big electrostatic speaker pictured. That’s the classic Model Nine.
It is being built in Columbus, Ohio under the supervision of David Janszen, son of Arthur Janszen, the Nine’s original designer. The new KLH line is built with great attention to detail such as tinsel leads, chrome screws, and beautiful veneers, just like the company’s origins,
“Three times this year I’ve been compelled to linger in hotel room exhibits orchestrated by Burwell & Sons and Rogers High Fidelity. The first time being Axpona where I was drawn in by the classic look of the Burwell horns, but ended up staying way too long for what seemed like an endless supply of great sound no matter the source material. The second time being RMAF where I was drawn to their 65V-1 Class A 25 watt tube integrated that retails for a supremely affordable $4,000 USD. This being my third visit, I found myself ultimately charmed by the 100 watts of pure Class A power derived from the eight EL-34 tubes graced upon the Rogers 34S-1 integrated. Never mind the fact that both integrateds are feature full with iPad App Control (which includes VU meters on the unit and app), auto biasing, and blue LCD displays. These are classic designs, but not without the most intelligent and intuitive designed tech in the industry. Watching my friend David Blumenstein dive into the app for a session as DJ of the room, it’s ease of use became apparent, it’s entirely instinctual.”
“When it comes to phonostages, most can seem rather boring to the uninitiated. That is not the case here. Rogers PA-1A Class A dual mono tube architecture and chassis design strum all the right notes to have me (and show attendees) swooning over it. In particular it’s glossy red finish (also available in black crinkle) drew attention to itself among the room’s other components. Hey, look at me.”
“Abundance” and “Dad was right.” were the leading scribbles from my show notes.”
“It’s true what they say, nothing exceeds like excess. Just a month earlier at RMAF, I was shocked at how well the 25 watt Rogers 65V-1 integrated faithfully brought forth all the power one needed to convey energy in the music. Now here I am eating some of my own words, though not all. This 100 watt effort is more than we need, but I’ll be damned if we’re not using the bulk of it. The volumes we achieve here are unreal, and to do it with such composure and stubbornness of character is of genuine reward. When you need to rock out the neighborhood, look no further and accept no substitutes.”