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

REDGUM Black-series Design Philosophy

Extracted with permission from Mono & Stereo’s review of the REDGUM Black RGi120ENR integrated amplifier. In the review, Matej Isak did an email interview with Ian Robinson, REDGUM’s founder and designer. RGi120ENR is very different sounding and performing integrated. Can you elaborate on why it sounds so different? Always a tricky one to answer as… Read More

The Fountek Patent for the Ribbon Tweeter Used in the Axis VoiceBox S

Geek alert! The Fountek ribbon tweeter used in the Axis VoiceBox S has the tweeter foil mounted and tensioned in a way that dramatically reduces resonances in the tweeter. The mounting also avoids the distortion-causing stretching that other corrugated foil tweeters undergo as they age. What you get is high-frequency response that is smooth and… Read More