The Audia Flight, deHavilland and Wilson-Benesch Room
Wilson-Benesch showed its new Vector loudspeakers with carbon fiber cabinets ($14,500) Hidden from view was a Wilson-Benesch Torus Infrasonic Generator 18″ powered subwoofer ($10,300).
The analog front end was a Dr. Feickert Woodpecker turntable ($5495) with Tri-Planar Ultimate Mk VII tonearm ($5800) and Transfiguration Phoenix cartridge ($4250).
The phono stage was again the Zesto Audio Andros PH1 ($4300).
The digital source was the classic Audio Flight CD Two.
deHavilland provided its all Class A, hand-wired UltraVerve preamplifier ($2999).
The power amplifiers were the deHavilland 50A monoblocks ($10,800/pair).