T.H.E. Show (Newport Beach) 2012 Coverage

June 8, 2012

The Eventus Audio, Gamut, NAT and Triangle Art Room

Triagle Art had its massive 250 pound Reference turntable on display ($13,990) outfitted with Kuzma’s Air Line linear tracking tonearm ($8000).
 

 
It’s only slightly less bulky Signature counterpart ($10,000) was also in evidence. It also sported a Kuzma tonearm – the fabulous 4Point ($6500).
 

 
The phono stage was NAT’s battery-powered Signature model ($7800). As you might imagine, the Gamut CD player saw little use.
 

 
NAT also had its dual-mono Symmetrical tube preamplifier on hand ($8690).
 

 
NAT’s Magma Mono monoblocks ($44,990/pair) use an Elmac 450TH directly heated single-ended triode to provide 160 watts of Class A power. This was the most spectacular looking component at the show.
 

 
I was so mesmerized by the ‘tables and tubes, I forgot to take a picture of the stunningly attractive Eventus Audio Nebula loudspeakers ($65,000/pair).
 
 
 

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