Sound Reinforcement for Voice

On Sunday 13th January we provided on-stage sound reinforcement at the re:SOUND Collective‘s concert, An Italian Extravaganza, at the Victoria Concert Hall in Singapore. The concert was led and conducted by Maestro Enrico Onofri and featured works by Italian masters Dario Castello, Arcangelo Corelli, Antonio Vivaldi, Luigi Boccherini, Gioachino Rossini and Ottorino Respighi. Sound reinforcement was required… Read More

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Demo Suite Location

Our demo suite is now located in the piano salon of Emmanuel & Sons, 158 Kallang Way, #01-08 Performance Building, (S)349245. Demo sessions are strictly by appointment. Please call or text us at +65 8223-3547, or send us email at info@audiorev.net. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr Kwan and all staff… Read More

Sound Reinforcement for Alvaro Sanchez and a Classical Harp

Alvaro is playing a Lyon & Healy Style 2000 Electroacoustic Harp. But I didn’t use the harp’s output signals, because one of the two channels was not working. Instead, I mic’d the harp with: A Shure SM-81 right in front of one of the sound holes of the resonating cavity; you can see the microphone between… Read More

AudioRev at the Alvaro Sanchez Recital

Last night, 1st December, we provided sound reinforcement for the Alvaro Sanchez guitar recital held in Emmanuel & Son’s piano showroom in Kallang Way. Update: Click HERE for video excerpt. The opportunity to work with Alvaro happened by accident on Wednesday 28th November. The available microphone and guitar amp were not able to render a… Read More

Review: REDGUM Audio RGPH2ENR Signature Series Phono Stage

Read SoundStage! Australia’s review of the REDGUM Audio RGPH2ENR Signature Series Phono Stage. Edgar Kramer writes: What should you ask of a high quality phono stage? In my view, a well-engineered phono should provide adequate gain from the groove-on-to-cartridge-on-to-tonearm pick-up, interpolate the signal from input through to the output stage and on to the amplification… Read More

Review: REDGUM Black RGi35ENR in TNT New Zealand

“In the many years of my hifi hobby journey (beginning in the early 1970s), many products have come and gone that disappointed or had unjustified prices. This one is quite different…From the first play, I was relishing the REDGUM experience, and that feeling of potency and musicality, and this is certainly not just another amplifier!”… Read More