Category: ADAGIO Review

STUDIO TEST: METRUM ACOUSTICS ADAGIO VS MERGING HORUS

Wanneer we de kans krijgen om een prachtig duo te testen in een ultieme omgeving, zeggen we natuurlijk geen nee. Het gaat in dit geval om de Horus-dac – de studioversie van de Merging Nadac – en de Metrum Acoustics Adagio. Er is echter één klein minpuntje… we mogen niet noemen wáár we het hebben […]

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Comparing Adagio by Metrum Acoustics with D1 By 6Moons

DAC direct x 2. Comparing Adagio and D1 pitted €6’950 against €9’000. The fatter sum added RCA/XLR analog inputs. Some would opine that the COS remains the still sharper looker. But with Pavane/Adagio-era Metrum, that difference really has condensed to personal bias. Sonically, this was a rerun of the prior experiment, albeit with a narrower […]

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adagio by metrum acoustics review by the ear

From the first digital to analogue converter ever made by Metrum Acoustics they have taken a different route to most manufacturers. The majority use conversion chips by Burr Brown, Philips, TI or Wolfson to name a few, Metrum selected an industrial DAC chip and claimed its high speed architecture improved the conversion. A lot of […]

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ADAGIO BY METRUM ACOUSTICS 6MOONS REVIEW

“It’s easy to see how the Adagio is part of the same family as our Pavane yet under the hood we optimized it to excel as a preamplifier. Compared to the Pavane, we made several changes to insure that performance of the volume control remained constant across its range. Since we alter the reference voltage […]

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ADAGIO by Metrum Acoustics ALPHA AUDIO Review

Wie Metrum Acoustics nog niet kent… het wordt écht tijd. Het Nederlandse bedrijf is gespecialiseerd in d/a-converters. En dan specifiek NOS-dacs (Non Over Sampling). Na enkele series waarbij de uitgangsspanning vast staat, is het tijd voor een versie met volume-regeling: de Metrum Acoustics Adagio. Oei… gaan we bits crunchen? MORE

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Adagio by Metrum Acoustics the Ear Review

From the first digital to analogue converter ever made by Metrum Acoustics they have taken a different route to most manufacturers. The majority use conversion chips by Burr Brown, Philips, TI or Wolfson to name a few, Metrum selected an industrial DAC chip and claimed its high speed architecture improved the conversion. A lot of […]

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