Review: The VikingSoundWave DISA Bookshelf Loudspeaker by www.audiophile.org We first encountered the young Danish loudspeaker brand VikingSoundWave and their first public offering, the DISA bookshelf loudspeaker, at the Norddeutsche Hifi-Tage 2020. As noted in the show report, we were duly impressed with the impressively solid bass and extreme clarity produced by the 5800€/pair DISA speakers
JICO is Remaking the Shure M44 Phono Cartridge by www.audiophile.org Our friends over at DaCapo Audio tipped us about this exciting news from Japan. We decoded the Japanese press release from phono stylus (and recently, phono cartridge) manufacturer JICO and found more than a few newsworthy items. Among those, the news of A remake of
Visiting Purifi Audio by www.audiophile.org Electroacoustics, the relationship between electrical signals and sound waves, seems to have a special place in the hearts of Danish scientists and innovators. This love affair has lasted for decades, if not centuries, and has resulted in major contributions in many industries including high fidelity audio reproduction. We are currently
Lyngdorf Audio – Past and Present by www.audiophile.org The past months we spent a great deal of time in company with the latest TDAI-1120 streaming digital amplifier from Lyngdorf Audio, which we reviewed here. This little device stands on the shoulders of giants and packs a remarkable amount of Lyngdorf DNA into its small form-factor.
Visiting Audiovector – Audiovector R6 First Listen by www.audiophile.org Denmark is a small country with a strong tradition in electroacoustics that dates all the way back to H.C.Ørsted’s discovery of electromagnetism. At Hifishark we have taken it upon ourselves to visit the current champions of the Danish loudspeaker tradition and see where the legacy is