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Hats off!

I popped in on Saturday afternoon to catch a demo conducted by Richard Rogers (Shunyata) and Paul Wakeen (Stillpoints); we had lent them a Luxman D-05 CD / SACD Player ($5k) and a Luxman L-507uX integrated amplifier ($7k), Cobra series cabling and Venom power cords by Shunyata with a rack & room treatment from Stillpoints. The acoustic panels were approx $650 each. Speakers were a piano black pair of Vivid's V1.5; their entry level, two way design, retail $8k. It took me a few visits as the room seemed to be well attended, before I could sit in a decent seat & enjoy their demo. 



“The Ultras (both Minis and SS) are really dangerous: hear them once and you'll be addicted. They are so effective that other such accessories, even products that are akin to the Stillpoints principle, such as Finite Elemente Ceraballs, pale by comparison. Such is the added agility, resolution and subtlety, that Ceraballs sound comparatively dark and dull. Of these two versions, ultimately, the Ultra SS is my favourite, for its more complete, fuller, more visceral sound and wider soundstage but the Ultra Mini comes remarkably close and given their relatively modest price it should definitely be on your short list.”

Christiaan Punter, Click HERE to read the review

“If ever a product range did exactly what it says on the tin, then it's the Entreq line -- especially if you use it exactly as advised.”

Roy Gregory The Audio Beat, Click HERE to read the review

“I hope you too can audition the improved sonic experience of Entreq ground boxes. I believe they've allowed me to "finally go where no man has gone before." My Publisher's Choice Award for 2015.”

Clement Perry Stereo Times, October 2015