Welcome to the AudioShark Forums.
Results 1 to 18 of 18
  1. #1

    Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    I've recently replaced my BAT VK-655SE with a Vitus Audio SS-010 power amp and I was curious about what the owners use for power conditioning! Did anyone experiment with their Vitus Audio amplification & AudioQuest Niagara power conditioning equipment? Thanks!
    Triangle Magellan Concerto 2 < AQ Everest < Vitus Audio SS-010 Mk2 < AQ NRG-1000 < AQ WEL Signature XLR < Chord Qutest w UpTone JS-2 & AQ Dragon Source < SOtM tX-USBultra w 75Ohm Master Clock Input, Paul Hynes SR5-12 Turbo XL & AQ Dragon Source < AQ Diamond USB < Apple MacMini i5 w UpTone DC Conversion Kit & Squeezelite w Logitech Media Server < Gryphon PowerZone w AQ NRG-Wild < Solid Tech Hybrid < Ansuz Darkz D-TC, Darkz D2, Stillpoints Ultra SS, Omicron Harmonic Stabilizer & Gold SE < Furutech FT-SWS < Synergistic Research Blue Quantum Fuse

  2. #2

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    C'mon guys! Anyone?
    Triangle Magellan Concerto 2 < AQ Everest < Vitus Audio SS-010 Mk2 < AQ NRG-1000 < AQ WEL Signature XLR < Chord Qutest w UpTone JS-2 & AQ Dragon Source < SOtM tX-USBultra w 75Ohm Master Clock Input, Paul Hynes SR5-12 Turbo XL & AQ Dragon Source < AQ Diamond USB < Apple MacMini i5 w UpTone DC Conversion Kit & Squeezelite w Logitech Media Server < Gryphon PowerZone w AQ NRG-Wild < Solid Tech Hybrid < Ansuz Darkz D-TC, Darkz D2, Stillpoints Ultra SS, Omicron Harmonic Stabilizer & Gold SE < Furutech FT-SWS < Synergistic Research Blue Quantum Fuse

  3. #3
    Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2016
    Location
    Germany
    Posts
    42

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    I have the same question. Whats best? PS Audio P20 or Audioquest Niagara 7000? I only tried the LAB 12 Gordian. Blacker background, but dynamics are not that great.
    Vitus SIA-025Mk2, SS-025, SCD-025Mk2, Simon Yorks S9, Jan Allaerts MC1 Boron, Omtec Antares, Gauder RC7 Diamond black edition, Oppo BDP-105D tuned by Gert Volk Audio, Melco N1Z/2 EX H60, Aural Symphonics power bar, Copulare Grand Porto, Magnan Signature, Magnan Vi, Göbel Lacorde Statement, Audioquest Diamond USB, Stillpoints Ultra SS, Ansuz Darkz, Shun Mook Mpingo Discs, Shun Mook diamond resonators, ahp Klangmodul 4g fuse module, HMS wall socket

  4. #4
    Audioshark
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Sarasota, FL
    Posts
    25,901

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    I used Shunyata when I had my Vitus gear. I quite liked it.
    My Systems: http://www.audioshark.org/showthread...481#post158481

    "We can hear everything we measure, but we can't measure everything we hear. Let your ears be your guide."

    Dealer for: Aqua Hi-Fi, Audio Research, Aurender, AudioQuest Cables & Power Products, Avantgarde Acoustics, Avid HiFi, Ayre Acoustics, Berkeley Audio Design, Boulder Amplifiers, Bowers & Wilkins (B&W), Bryston, Chord, EMM Labs, FirstWatt, Focal Headphones, Furutech, Fyne Audio Loudspeakers, GigaFoil, Gryphon Audio, Harbeth Loudspeakers, Hegel, HiFi Man, ISO Acoustics, Keces Power Supplies, Kuzma Turntables, Lumin, Luxman, Magico Loudspeakers, MBL Speakers & Electronics, MSB Technologies, MySonicLabs Phono Cartridges, Naim Audio, Ortofon, Pass Labs, Quadraspire, Shunyata Research, SimAudio, Stein Music Products, Stenheim Loudspeakers, Stillpoints, T+A Electronics, TechDAS/AirForce Turntables, VAC, Vicoustics, Viva Audio, VPI Industries, WireWorld Cables.

    https://suncoastaudio.com/
    Phone: 941-932-0282
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suncoast-Au...1105178279194/

  5. #5

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Since my last post I've succeded in testing a Niagara 5000 in my sistem along the Vitus amp. Unfortunately it didn't work out for me. Niagara does a very good job at lowering the noisefloor (quite a lot, actually) and as a consequence the system's sound has an increased separation, is airier and you can hear a tad more microdetails. It's a nice surprise to find out that Niagara doesn't affect the macrodynamics at all. The bass is exactly as before (without extra extension, more punch, detail or texture). What the Niagara 5000 does wrong (I've already sent it back) is that it eats some microdynamics... The voices, the instruments just pick up some tension with the AQ power conditioner. They don't sound as natural or organic as they sounded with the Vitus fed directly from the wall. This comes from an AQ fan that wanted and needed a power conditioner to rule them all. I really think that the Niagara is one hell of a conditioner but it doesn't seem to get along with my Vitus.
    Triangle Magellan Concerto 2 < AQ Everest < Vitus Audio SS-010 Mk2 < AQ NRG-1000 < AQ WEL Signature XLR < Chord Qutest w UpTone JS-2 & AQ Dragon Source < SOtM tX-USBultra w 75Ohm Master Clock Input, Paul Hynes SR5-12 Turbo XL & AQ Dragon Source < AQ Diamond USB < Apple MacMini i5 w UpTone DC Conversion Kit & Squeezelite w Logitech Media Server < Gryphon PowerZone w AQ NRG-Wild < Solid Tech Hybrid < Ansuz Darkz D-TC, Darkz D2, Stillpoints Ultra SS, Omicron Harmonic Stabilizer & Gold SE < Furutech FT-SWS < Synergistic Research Blue Quantum Fuse

  6. #6
    Audioshark
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Sarasota, FL
    Posts
    25,901

    Vitus Audio &amp; AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    In our AQ system, we prefer to always run the amps into the wall and preamp/sources/Phonostage/etc into the conditioners. The Niagara works great on sources/preamp/etc.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    My Systems: http://www.audioshark.org/showthread...481#post158481

    "We can hear everything we measure, but we can't measure everything we hear. Let your ears be your guide."

    Dealer for: Aqua Hi-Fi, Audio Research, Aurender, AudioQuest Cables & Power Products, Avantgarde Acoustics, Avid HiFi, Ayre Acoustics, Berkeley Audio Design, Boulder Amplifiers, Bowers & Wilkins (B&W), Bryston, Chord, EMM Labs, FirstWatt, Focal Headphones, Furutech, Fyne Audio Loudspeakers, GigaFoil, Gryphon Audio, Harbeth Loudspeakers, Hegel, HiFi Man, ISO Acoustics, Keces Power Supplies, Kuzma Turntables, Lumin, Luxman, Magico Loudspeakers, MBL Speakers & Electronics, MSB Technologies, MySonicLabs Phono Cartridges, Naim Audio, Ortofon, Pass Labs, Quadraspire, Shunyata Research, SimAudio, Stein Music Products, Stenheim Loudspeakers, Stillpoints, T+A Electronics, TechDAS/AirForce Turntables, VAC, Vicoustics, Viva Audio, VPI Industries, WireWorld Cables.

    https://suncoastaudio.com/
    Phone: 941-932-0282
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suncoast-Au...1105178279194/

  7. #7
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Location
    USA
    Posts
    2,877

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    With my system (MSB and Vandersteen) and the Niagara 7000, I experienced a significant drop in noise which brought out a lot more subtleties and nuance in the recordings. I did not notice any loss in micro or macro dynamics. I significantly prefer the sound of the low current outlets on the 7000 vs. the 5000. The high current outlets sound identical because they have identical circuitry. YMMV with Vitus.

    Best,
    Ken
    "No summit worth climbing is easily attained."
    --------------------------------------------
    Source: MSB Select II DAC with Two Mono Powerbases, Femto 33 Clock, Renderer V2 Digital Input Module and Roon Nucleus Plus
    Amps: Vandersteen M7-HPA Mono Amps
    Speakers: Vandersteen Model 7 Mk2
    Power: Two AudioQuest Niagara 5000’s with AudioQuest Dragon and Hurricane Power Cords

  8. #8

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpinist View Post
    With my system (MSB and Vandersteen) and the Niagara 7000, I experienced a significant drop in noise which brought out a lot more subtleties and nuance in the recordings. I did not notice any loss in micro or macro dynamics. I significantly prefer the sound of the low current outlets on the 7000 vs. the 5000. The high current outlets sound identical because they have identical circuitry. YMMV with Vitus.

    Best,
    Ken
    My IsoTek did wonders with my BAT VK-655SE. I'm sure Niagara would have done the same. But it seems that Vitus plays differently cause it doesn't work with neither IsoTek nor AQ Niagara.
    Triangle Magellan Concerto 2 < AQ Everest < Vitus Audio SS-010 Mk2 < AQ NRG-1000 < AQ WEL Signature XLR < Chord Qutest w UpTone JS-2 & AQ Dragon Source < SOtM tX-USBultra w 75Ohm Master Clock Input, Paul Hynes SR5-12 Turbo XL & AQ Dragon Source < AQ Diamond USB < Apple MacMini i5 w UpTone DC Conversion Kit & Squeezelite w Logitech Media Server < Gryphon PowerZone w AQ NRG-Wild < Solid Tech Hybrid < Ansuz Darkz D-TC, Darkz D2, Stillpoints Ultra SS, Omicron Harmonic Stabilizer & Gold SE < Furutech FT-SWS < Synergistic Research Blue Quantum Fuse

  9. #9
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2017
    Location
    Iowa City, IA
    Posts
    187

    Re: Vitus Audio &amp; AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    In our AQ system, we prefer to always run the amps into the wall and preamp/sources/Phonostage/etc into the conditioners. The Niagara works great on sources/preamp/etc.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    I'm interested to understand what you are hearing that is causing you to skip using the high current outlets for the amp(s). Could you provide some insight here Mike? Thanks!
    Morgan

    ROOM
    21’4” x 12’10” x 8’8” w/GIK Acoustics treatments
    SPEAKERS KEF Blade 2
    SUBWOOFERS Four DIY Speaker Hardware 12" passive subs driven by Dayton SA1000 amp
    AMPLIFICATION Pass Labs X250.8, Cary SLP-05 w/Ultimate Upgrade
    DIGITAL Marantz SA-10, Bluesound Node 2, Intel NUC Roon Core
    VINYL EAT C-Sharp, Hana SL, EAT E-Glo S w/LPS
    POWER AudioQuest Niagara 5000 on dedicated 20 amp/10 gauge circuit
    WIRES AudioQuest William Tell, Earth, Leopard, Tornado
    RESONANCE/ISOLATION Nordost Sort Kones - BC & AC, Herbie's Giant Decoupling Gliders

  10. #10
    Audioshark
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Sarasota, FL
    Posts
    25,901

    Re: Vitus Audio &amp; AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by MPW View Post
    I'm interested to understand what you are hearing that is causing you to skip using the high current outlets for the amp(s). Could you provide some insight here Mike? Thanks!
    Lack of dynamics. Don’t strangle the amp(s). Give them a dedicated outlet and they will sing. The noise really comes through the sources and preamp and that’s where, IMO, a great conditioner pays huge dividends. There are exceptions to this: like some SET amps. They can benefit from being plugged into a power conditioner. People just need to experiment. Of course, some may prefer the added noise reduction to greater dynamics. Just need to experiment.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    My Systems: http://www.audioshark.org/showthread...481#post158481

    "We can hear everything we measure, but we can't measure everything we hear. Let your ears be your guide."

    Dealer for: Aqua Hi-Fi, Audio Research, Aurender, AudioQuest Cables & Power Products, Avantgarde Acoustics, Avid HiFi, Ayre Acoustics, Berkeley Audio Design, Boulder Amplifiers, Bowers & Wilkins (B&W), Bryston, Chord, EMM Labs, FirstWatt, Focal Headphones, Furutech, Fyne Audio Loudspeakers, GigaFoil, Gryphon Audio, Harbeth Loudspeakers, Hegel, HiFi Man, ISO Acoustics, Keces Power Supplies, Kuzma Turntables, Lumin, Luxman, Magico Loudspeakers, MBL Speakers & Electronics, MSB Technologies, MySonicLabs Phono Cartridges, Naim Audio, Ortofon, Pass Labs, Quadraspire, Shunyata Research, SimAudio, Stein Music Products, Stenheim Loudspeakers, Stillpoints, T+A Electronics, TechDAS/AirForce Turntables, VAC, Vicoustics, Viva Audio, VPI Industries, WireWorld Cables.

    https://suncoastaudio.com/
    Phone: 941-932-0282
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suncoast-Au...1105178279194/

  11. #11
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2017
    Location
    North Carolina
    Posts
    515

    Re: Vitus Audio &amp; AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    In our AQ system, we prefer to always run the amps into the wall and preamp/sources/Phonostage/etc into the conditioners. The Niagara works great on sources/preamp/etc.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    What about when you have an integrated amp?

  12. #12
    Audioshark
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Sarasota, FL
    Posts
    25,901

    Re: Vitus Audio &amp; AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by GSOphile View Post
    What about when you have an integrated amp?
    Try the wall and conditioner. Experiment. I would guess you’ll prefer the wall. Just a guess.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    My Systems: http://www.audioshark.org/showthread...481#post158481

    "We can hear everything we measure, but we can't measure everything we hear. Let your ears be your guide."

    Dealer for: Aqua Hi-Fi, Audio Research, Aurender, AudioQuest Cables & Power Products, Avantgarde Acoustics, Avid HiFi, Ayre Acoustics, Berkeley Audio Design, Boulder Amplifiers, Bowers & Wilkins (B&W), Bryston, Chord, EMM Labs, FirstWatt, Focal Headphones, Furutech, Fyne Audio Loudspeakers, GigaFoil, Gryphon Audio, Harbeth Loudspeakers, Hegel, HiFi Man, ISO Acoustics, Keces Power Supplies, Kuzma Turntables, Lumin, Luxman, Magico Loudspeakers, MBL Speakers & Electronics, MSB Technologies, MySonicLabs Phono Cartridges, Naim Audio, Ortofon, Pass Labs, Quadraspire, Shunyata Research, SimAudio, Stein Music Products, Stenheim Loudspeakers, Stillpoints, T+A Electronics, TechDAS/AirForce Turntables, VAC, Vicoustics, Viva Audio, VPI Industries, WireWorld Cables.

    https://suncoastaudio.com/
    Phone: 941-932-0282
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suncoast-Au...1105178279194/

  13. #13

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Ive never found some conditioners strangle dynamics like the IsoTek Aquarius which is a tremendous bit of kit
    https://www.13thnote.net/2019/10/18/...s-comparisons/

  14. #14
    Audioshark
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Sarasota, FL
    Posts
    25,901

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by 13th Note HiFi Reviews View Post
    Ive never found some conditioners strangle dynamics like the IsoTek Aquarius which is a tremendous bit of kit
    https://www.13thnote.net/2019/10/18/...s-comparisons/
    Are you listening with headphones?


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    My Systems: http://www.audioshark.org/showthread...481#post158481

    "We can hear everything we measure, but we can't measure everything we hear. Let your ears be your guide."

    Dealer for: Aqua Hi-Fi, Audio Research, Aurender, AudioQuest Cables & Power Products, Avantgarde Acoustics, Avid HiFi, Ayre Acoustics, Berkeley Audio Design, Boulder Amplifiers, Bowers & Wilkins (B&W), Bryston, Chord, EMM Labs, FirstWatt, Focal Headphones, Furutech, Fyne Audio Loudspeakers, GigaFoil, Gryphon Audio, Harbeth Loudspeakers, Hegel, HiFi Man, ISO Acoustics, Keces Power Supplies, Kuzma Turntables, Lumin, Luxman, Magico Loudspeakers, MBL Speakers & Electronics, MSB Technologies, MySonicLabs Phono Cartridges, Naim Audio, Ortofon, Pass Labs, Quadraspire, Shunyata Research, SimAudio, Stein Music Products, Stenheim Loudspeakers, Stillpoints, T+A Electronics, TechDAS/AirForce Turntables, VAC, Vicoustics, Viva Audio, VPI Industries, WireWorld Cables.

    https://suncoastaudio.com/
    Phone: 941-932-0282
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suncoast-Au...1105178279194/

  15. #15

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Headphones and HiFi and it has the same effect. First with the dCS Bartok and HIFiMan he1000 v2. Then with my pmc/Cyrus system with the bartok as dac and pre amp.

  16. #16

    Re: Vitus Audio & AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by 13th Note HiFi Reviews View Post
    Headphones and HiFi and it has the same effect. First with the dCS Bartok and HIFiMan he1000 v2. Then with my pmc/Cyrus system with the bartok as dac and pre amp.
    Well there's a problem...dCS and a bunch of mid-fi stuff......

  17. #17
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2017
    Location
    Iowa City, IA
    Posts
    187

    Re: Vitus Audio &amp; AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Lack of dynamics. Don’t strangle the amp(s). Give them a dedicated outlet and they will sing. The noise really comes through the sources and preamp and that’s where, IMO, a great conditioner pays huge dividends. There are exceptions to this: like some SET amps. They can benefit from being plugged into a power conditioner. People just need to experiment. Of course, some may prefer the added noise reduction to greater dynamics. Just need to experiment.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Soooooo, this weekend I did an experiment to see if I preferred the amps directly into the wall or into the high current outlets of the AQ Niagara 5000. I only have one dedicated line feeding my entire system so I took my PrimaLuna monoblocks and ran one into the dedicated line as a stereo amp (these amps allow both stereo and mono operation) and let the other sit idle. I plugged the rest of the system into the Niagara 5000. What I heard was a reduction in what I would call glare. The sound was more open and natural with a reduction in listening fatigue by removal of some harshness in the high frequencies. I am able to run some additional lines so my plan is to have three dedicated lines (20 amp, 10 gauge, equal length). One running the front end with the Niagara 5000 and one for each monoblock plugged directly into the wall.

    This really highlights the importance of getting the power squared away in order to maximize system performance. I'm not sure anything is more important other than room acoustics which is still #1 by a large margin.
    Morgan

    ROOM
    21’4” x 12’10” x 8’8” w/GIK Acoustics treatments
    SPEAKERS KEF Blade 2
    SUBWOOFERS Four DIY Speaker Hardware 12" passive subs driven by Dayton SA1000 amp
    AMPLIFICATION Pass Labs X250.8, Cary SLP-05 w/Ultimate Upgrade
    DIGITAL Marantz SA-10, Bluesound Node 2, Intel NUC Roon Core
    VINYL EAT C-Sharp, Hana SL, EAT E-Glo S w/LPS
    POWER AudioQuest Niagara 5000 on dedicated 20 amp/10 gauge circuit
    WIRES AudioQuest William Tell, Earth, Leopard, Tornado
    RESONANCE/ISOLATION Nordost Sort Kones - BC & AC, Herbie's Giant Decoupling Gliders

  18. #18
    Audioshark
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Sarasota, FL
    Posts
    25,901

    Re: Vitus Audio &amp; AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by MPW View Post
    Soooooo, this weekend I did an experiment to see if I preferred the amps directly into the wall or into the high current outlets of the AQ Niagara 5000. I only have one dedicated line feeding my entire system so I took my PrimaLuna monoblocks and ran one into the dedicated line as a stereo amp (these amps allow both stereo and mono operation) and let the other sit idle. I plugged the rest of the system into the Niagara 5000. What I heard was a reduction in what I would call glare. The sound was more open and natural with a reduction in listening fatigue by removal of some harshness in the high frequencies. I am able to run some additional lines so my plan is to have three dedicated lines (20 amp, 10 gauge, equal length). One running the front end with the Niagara 5000 and one for each monoblock plugged directly into the wall.

    This really highlights the importance of getting the power squared away in order to maximize system performance. I'm not sure anything is more important other than room acoustics which is still #1 by a large margin.
    Glad to hear it. I thought that might be the case.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    My Systems: http://www.audioshark.org/showthread...481#post158481

    "We can hear everything we measure, but we can't measure everything we hear. Let your ears be your guide."

    Dealer for: Aqua Hi-Fi, Audio Research, Aurender, AudioQuest Cables & Power Products, Avantgarde Acoustics, Avid HiFi, Ayre Acoustics, Berkeley Audio Design, Boulder Amplifiers, Bowers & Wilkins (B&W), Bryston, Chord, EMM Labs, FirstWatt, Focal Headphones, Furutech, Fyne Audio Loudspeakers, GigaFoil, Gryphon Audio, Harbeth Loudspeakers, Hegel, HiFi Man, ISO Acoustics, Keces Power Supplies, Kuzma Turntables, Lumin, Luxman, Magico Loudspeakers, MBL Speakers & Electronics, MSB Technologies, MySonicLabs Phono Cartridges, Naim Audio, Ortofon, Pass Labs, Quadraspire, Shunyata Research, SimAudio, Stein Music Products, Stenheim Loudspeakers, Stillpoints, T+A Electronics, TechDAS/AirForce Turntables, VAC, Vicoustics, Viva Audio, VPI Industries, WireWorld Cables.

    https://suncoastaudio.com/
    Phone: 941-932-0282
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suncoast-Au...1105178279194/

AudioShark - The Best High End Audio Discussion forum.

AudioShark forum is a leading forum site for High End Audio Discussion, Stereo System Discussion, Home Theater System Discussion, Best Home Stereo System Discussion, Home Theater Installation Discussion etc.

The AudioShark forum was created for sharing the passion of high-end Audio. We have Audiophiles from all over the world participating and sharing their knowledge. From novice to experts, you will find a friendly environment for discussing about High End Audio, Stereo System, Home Theater System, Home Stereo System, Home Theater Installation, Amplifiers, Speakers, Subwoofers, Integrated System, Acoustic treatments & Digital Room Corrections and many more.

At AudioShark, we also have incorporated an exciting Marketplace where members can peruse terrific buys on used gear, as well as meet dealers and discuss the purchase of new gear.

We are as crazy about this hobby as you are! So come on in and join us! Audioshark.org the Friendliest Audio Forum!

Industry Participation Disclosure : The owner and administrator of Audioshark is the owner of Suncoast Audio LLC in Sarasota Florida. Suncoast Audio has a full brick and mortar presence in Sarasota with several great show rooms with many world class brands. More information can be found at http://www.suncoastaudio.com

Audioshark is a community of like minded individuals. Audioshark welcomes participation from all manufacturers and owners of all brands and products. It is our belief that online forums provide a community of like minded audiophiles and music lovers to encourage the growth of this wonderful hobby.

Sincerely,
The Audioshark.org Team

Vitus Audio &amp; AudioQuest Niagara Equipment

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •