:: THE iSTREAMER IS HERE!!!!!

After many months of eager anticipation, High Resolution Technologies team has launched the, arguably, most crucial product for the successful long-term future of the company, the iStreamer. As the name of the product clearly suggests, this sophisticated and pretty elegant little device happens to be a high quality digital-to-analogue converter dedicated specifically and solely to the, so called, iDevices - it provides a perfect d/a conversion of any audio files stored on virtually any of the Apple iDevices of the produced to this date.

HRT iStreamer is yet another plug-and-play solution within the family of Music Streamers. It comes neatly packaged with the full connectivity to any of its eligible hosts, as well as a good, but compact power supply unit that plugs into a mains wall outlet.

Images and a PDF document of the iStreamer product literature will provide all the relevant information about this exciting and most interesting product. The manufacturer has provided an extremely limited quantity of iStreamers to the domestic and each of their current international markets, mainly for demonstration, promotional use and the press coverage. General availability is expected from the 1st February 2011 and the UK retail price of the iStreamer will be £195 inc VAT. We expect the initial demand for the iStreamer to exceed the supply and, consequently, would recommend advance pre-orders to avoid disappointment.




:: AUDIOFREAKS CHRISTMAS 2010 TEMPTATIONS

Please have a closer look at our December (Christmas) 2010 Temptations listing that can be easily located within this web site. In order to give our existing and potential customers a much greater opportunity to obtain a number of our products at very "festive" prices, we have expanded the listing well beyond its standard size and complexity just for this month of a year coming to its end. Rather than overexploiting the fact the Chancellor Of The Exchequer chose to increase the rate of VAT by 2.5% from the 1st January 2011 (sadly, most of our products do not cost enough to make such a small percentage reflect visibly enough on the total cost), we simply hope some of you may find one or more products worth adding to your Christmas wish list. And do so in good time


:: AUDIOFREAKS PRODUCTS IN THE AUDIO PRESS

A number of our products have featured in the UK and international press over the past few months and it would take much more space to list them all within our news page. Karan Acoustics KA I 180 integrated amplifier had an excellent write within the pages of the Soundstage web magazine. conrad-johnson ET3 line/phono preamplifier has been extremely well reviewed in the issue 75 of the Hifi+ magazine and, at the same time, given the annual award as their Preamplifier Of The Year 2010. Same magazine commented favourably on the Running Springs Audio Jaco power-conditioning unit in the current issue (76). Hifi News reviewed the HRT Music Streamer Pro in the December 2010 issue and one of the most experienced audio journalists of this country for decades, John Bamford, seemed to have enjoyed using it a lot with his favourite music. Last, but not least, David Price, the Editor of the Hi-Fi World magazine gave high accolades to the 2nd most affordable Magnum Dynalab analogue FM tuner, the MD90T in their November 2010 issue. As ever, more reviews of our products are either in preparation or in process towards their publication.


WITH OUR VERY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHRISTMAS AND HEALTHY, JOYFUL AND SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR 2011!!!!!



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