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Arcam

When classical guitarist John Williams wanted to play Rodrigo’s Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra in Cambridge, back in the early nineteen seventies, he turned to local university student John Dawson [pictured above left]. Having made a number of amplifier modules

Arcam

When classical guitarist John Williams wanted to play Rodrigo’s Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra in Cambridge, back in the early nineteen seventies, he turned to local university student John Dawson [pictured above left]. Having made a number of amplifier modules

/ DACs

Arcam rDAC

Arcam has form with digital-to-analogue converters. In fact, it invented the breed, because its Black Box was the first ‘offboard DAC’ (as they were then called) back in 1989. The idea of separating the DAC from the CD transport was

/ DACs

Arcam rDAC

Arcam has form with digital-to-analogue converters. In fact, it invented the breed, because its Black Box was the first ‘offboard DAC’ (as they were then called) back in 1989. The idea of separating the DAC from the CD transport was

Arcam FMJ CD23

Arcam hi-fi separates have always been aimed at the mass market, but have often ended up being just a little quirkier than most. Always well engineered, the company frequently takes brave engineering approaches, sometimes with great success – and this high end

Arcam FMJ CD23

Arcam hi-fi separates have always been aimed at the mass market, but have often ended up being just a little quirkier than most. Always well engineered, the company frequently takes brave engineering approaches, sometimes with great success – and this high end

A&R A60

Back in the mid seventies, the UK hi-fi market was another country. At the affordable end of the market, names like Pioneer, Sony, JVC, Hitachi and Wharfedale ruled showroom shelves, whereas further up, KEF, Quad, Tannoy and Celestion prevailed. The

A&R A60

Back in the mid seventies, the UK hi-fi market was another country. At the affordable end of the market, names like Pioneer, Sony, JVC, Hitachi and Wharfedale ruled showroom shelves, whereas further up, KEF, Quad, Tannoy and Celestion prevailed. The