"–like dynamic explosiveness, high-frequency air and extension, and electrostatic-like transparency and texture and touch, all on an enormously wide, deep soundstage. Even before the Proteus had had a chance to fully break in and develop, what I was hearing put it up there with the best, most musically involving cartridges I've heard at any price."
By Michael Fremer
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AUDIOPHILE MAN - HIFI REVIEW: Transfiguration Phoenix S
Transfiguration has released an updated version of an old favourite. Paul Rigby reviews the Phoenix S. For those who might have suffered from a quick double take, this is not quite the original Phoenix that was released a few years back. This lower impedance model features less turns on its moving coils to reduce mass and improve the suspension.
By Paul Rigby
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