ADL products do a tour of German HiFi Shows in late 2015

ADL Distributor for Germany -NT Global – will exhibit ADL products at the “Westdeutsche Hifi Tage” at 03.10. and 04.10.15 in Bonn.

http://www.bonnaudio.de/westdeutsche-hifi-tage

 

At the “Braunschweiger Funkausstellung” 31.10. and 01.11.2015 in Braunschweig

http://www.braunschweiger-funkausstellung.de/cms/

 

And furthermore at the “High-End-on-Tour” in Dortmund at the 21. And 22.11.2015 in Dortmund.

http://www.highendsociety.de/index.php/he_on_tour.html

Come and “discover your inner sound” with ADL. See you there!

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New York 2014: ADL gets even higher (resolution)

From The Audio Traveler (LINK) > New York 2014: ADL gets even higher (resolution)

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Raymond Li of ADL beckoned me over theADL table. I’m pretty sure he waggled his eyebrows when he said that the GT40 had just been updated (now called “GT40 Alpha”) — the ADC/DAC USB paths were now fully 24bit/192kHz. “See?” He seemed to say. “ADL is on top of it.”And they are. I don’t really need an analog-to-digital recorder, myself, but I can see where that would be tempting. I actually do have a giant Blue microphone — you know, for those late-night crooning sessions that somehow, even after all those expensive lessons, still sound like throttling penguins — so I can see where this is kind of a big deal. Oh, and all you I-must-archive-my-LP folks — here’s a way to finally capture the full(er) glory of those LP majesties. For the rest of us, however, $550 seems pretty reasonable for a USB DAC. The fact that it has a “phono stage” (both MM and MC, courtesy of the ADC input), is remarkable.Shown here with the ADL H128 ($470), the pair makes for a rather compelling sub-$1k system that is not only simple to use, but rather comfortable — and yes, it sounds great.

Affordable, portable audio? Yes, yes it is. I’m going to have to look harder at this brand and soon.

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ADL Days in Paris

ADL Days In Paris showcased the new STRATOS and H128 headphones and highlighted the growing range of high performance upgrade headphone cables. A special thanks to Jean-Claude and the team at L’Audio Distribution for a fine show.

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