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CES'2014 Show Reports

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TheAudioBeat.com

Jim Saxon


The Jimmy Award

 

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As impressively as the Wilson Alexia reverberated at the hands of McGrath [in another Wilson room], it sounded more ingratiating to me in the Lamm Industries room. There, the Lamm M1.2 Reference hybrid amplifiers ($26,990 for the mono pair) imparted a sprightlier air, suggesting that the Alexia is a bit of a chameleon depending upon the electronics. As one of two transistor amps (okay, half transistor in this case) at the CES that I would like to audition at home (the other being theATI AT6002, $3600), the Lamm M1.2 seems like good value. The Lamm/Wilson room merits an award for Most Lyrical Wilson Sound at the CES, and that includes at least three other systems I heard in which the Alexia appeared.

 

http://www.theaudiobeat.com/ces2014/ces2014_jimmy_awards.htm

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