Author Archives: Art Audio Admin

New for 2021 – The Diavolo MK2-T

Although the world has been a very different place for 2020, at Art Audio we have continued to make and ship our products around the world. We have also continued to develop our range, because as good as they are, we always seek to improve. Our critically acclaimed Diavolo SET has for many years set […]

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Art Audio at Axpona 2019

A great show of Art Audio from our USA distributors Verdant audio as AXPONA (Audio Expo North America) 2019 gets under way . They are showing our Solo turntable and power supply, Carissa Mk II Quartet mono blocks Conductor line pre amp and the legendary Vinyl One phonostage. Head of Art Audio Tom Willis said […]

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See Art Audio in the USA at AXPONA 2019

See Art Audio and Verdant Audio in room 466 at AXPONA (Audio Expo North America) 2019.  We will be showing the Composer Solo Turntable, Vinyl One Copper Reference Phono Stage, Conductor Preamp, Carissa SE Power Amp and Quartet Mono-Block Power Amp along with world premier of the Verdant Audio Blackthorn and Nightshade speaker lines.   […]

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New U.S.A Distributor

Art Audio are very pleased to announce the appointment of Verdant Audio of Connecticut as their distributors for the U.S.A. Tom Willis said “Although we have still sold our equipment to customers in the U.S.A. who demand the quality of our hand built, British high end audio, we have not had a direct distributor there […]

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Hi Fi Shows 2015/16

A packed room for Art Audio ant there NAS 2015

A packed room for Art Audio at there NAS 2015

As the 2015 HiFi show season has come to and end and after we celebrate a really good National Audio Show at Whittlebury Hall, we are now looking forward to 2016.  At this years NAS we used one of our legacy Quintet amplifiers, which uses EL34s in triode mode. This was being driven by PS Audio digital sources and our “Composer Duo” turntable, via our Vinyl One phonostage.  The Quintet has now been upgraded to the “Opus 2” using our tried and trusted circuit and valve combination in a more advanced chassis.  The front end and amp chain were driving a pair of 15″ Tannoy Monitor Golds in classic GRF horn cabinets.  For many the combination of Vinyl, Valves and Tannoys was irresistible as the room was mostly packed, with many visitors staying a long time, asking questions and discussing the fine points of the sound. (more…)

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