The Sound Practice – Architects of Extraordinary Two Channel Audio Systems

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    Sound Practice

    Jul 22, 2004
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    St Albans, Herts, UK
    UK Distributors for Auditorium 23 Products

    All Products Available for Home Demo

    Telephone: 01727 858989 | Email us: [email protected]

    Keith Aschenbrenner at Auditorium 23 is a true artisan, hand making beautifully subtle components since 1980 that simply respect the music.

    6moons audio reviews: Keith Aschenbrenner of Auditorium 23
    6moons audio reviews: Keith Aschenbrenner of Auditorium 23

    The Auditorium 23 cables are hand-made by Keith rather than "off the roll" like most other cables. They utilise a unique blend of conductors and natural materials to create a beautifully proportioned, unforced presentation that is both subtle and irresistible.

    Auditorium 23 Interconnect

    Auditorium 23 Loudspeaker Cables

    Keith’s turntable mats bring out the very best in vinyl replay on decks both ancient and modern. We’ve had a great results on classic Garrards and Thorens as well as current Well Tempered and Rega decks.

    Auditorium 23 Turntable Mats

    The magic about the Auditorium 23 transformers can't be discerned by what you see on the outside. Their plain exterior cloaks the magic within, their true essence is the time-consuming research & development that Keith put into building just the right transformers to match the Denon 103, Ortofon SPU and EMT cartridges to allow them to blossom and create the musically realistic sound he craves. This incredible focus on optimizing the performance of these specific cartridges has to be heard & felt to be fully appreciated.

    Auditorium 23 Denon D103 & SPU Step-Up Transformers

    Auditorium 23 Hommage (SPU, Denon 103 & EMT) Step-Up Transformers

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    Sound Practice, Feb 24, 2021
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