It’s all about the ‘thrill’, the feeling of excitement and pleasure of the audio experience.
AAW designs and builds audio components to increase and restore the sonic thrill of your music. If you seek greater resolution, detail, sound-space, and wish to restore the fun and thrill of audio listening, then AAW products are for you. Fashioned in the Minimalist School of Euro-Techno Art, the Black Series offers the biggest sonic ‘bang for your buck’ available for desktop, full room, and gaming audio reproduction.
Makes vinyl come alive and fun again. A remarkably high resolution and clarity passive RIAA phono preamplifier offering balanced and unbalanced inputs and outputs. Front panel variable cartridge loading and gain adjustments, low noise and high output.
Fill your head with astounding sounds. An extraordinary resolving power headphone amplifier offering 3 inputs (one Balanced and two Unbalanced), No Feedback Current Carrier Mode Technology, Adjustable Sensitivity and Current Drive Output.
As stand alone elements of an audio system each contributes a significant upgrade in system performance.
The Swan opens new listening dimensions to the music from vinyl discs. The ability to tweak the your cartridge ‘on-the-fly’ from the front panel and to operate in both balanced and unbalanced mode from input to output are major advancements over other phono preamplifiers. Operating in a noise-free regime means all that you hear comes from the record grooves, nothing is added, nothing is lost. Space, dimensions, soundscape are all rendered in the manner the recording engineer and the artists meant.
The AMP makes headphones ‘pop’ with excitement driving by the level of detail you have never heard before. Space, clearity, liveness not matched in any other amplifier. The AMP offers multiple inputs acting as an integrated amplifier offering you access to three of your audio sources from one place.
Together the Swan and the AMP comprise the simplest basic and ultimate Desktop Audio Platform for work, pleasure, and gaming.
See new Musings for Cartidge Loading and You Probably have Balanced Phono Wiring.
“Always remember that Feedback sucks the life out of your music” Barry Thornton