The electronics feeding the speakers is the Klimax Exakt DSM - its a streamer and pre-amp with mostly digital inputs. There is one analogue input which uses a very high quality 32 bit analogue to digital converter, so even the LP12 signal is digitised so the Exakt software can do its stuff with analogue too. By measuring the room dimensions the software can also reduce the appropriate low frequencies in the signal to help reduce boom.
Music was being played using the KEDSM as a streamer and from a top spec LP12 turntable. All the components were being fed by mains from PS Audio Perfect Wave power regenerators. These are not conditioners, they take the incoming distorted AC mains, turn it to DC, then regenerate a 240V 50Hz mains output without the distortion.
|Left Top Down: LP12, KEDSM, Uphorik Phono Stage, but not sure what's on the lowest shelf. On the right is a PS Audio Perfect Wave P10 sitting on a PS Audio Power Base|
Decent sounds here, much better than the Linn sound at the Manchester airport show last year, and in the top 5 of rooms I heard at Cranage.