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Definitive Audio Chronosonic XVX Showcase

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Definitive Audio Chronosonic XVX Showcase

Definitive Audio is a bit of legend in the audio world. Three friends with a passion for audio and music built the first Definitive store in the heart of Seattle’s University District. Soon, the area around the store became known as “Audio Row.” Since that time, they’ve added two locations—Bellevue and Tacoma—and have grown to become one of the most sophisticated and professional organizations in the industry. Over the years, Definitive has attracted some of the brightest and the best talent currently working in audio. Once they come, they tend to stay—Definitive’s average professional tenure is over nine years. Perhaps this is because the original spark of passion that made them so successful in the first place still burns bright at Definitive. Wilson is proud Definitive has chosen to display the new Chronosonic XVX. Watch the video to learn more.
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Paragon Audio Sight and Sound Chronosonic XVX Showcase

Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Paragon Sight and Sound has long been one of Wilson Audio’s premier North American dealers. As owner Larry Marcus likes to put it, the key to their success continues to be “service, service, service.” To that end, Paragon has built an installation and service organization that serves as a hallmark for the audio industry. Celebrate with Wilson and Paragon as they début Wilson Audio’s new flagship, the Chronosonic XVX.
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Audio Salon Chronosonic XVX Showcase

Among the art galleries at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, Ca., you’ll find a gem of the audio community—Audio Salon. Founded and owned by Maier Shadi, Audio Salon is an homage to the idea that music reproduction is an art form. Maier is meticulous to the point of obsession—qualities that serve his clientele well. His day doesn’t end until his customer is happy, and each component is performing to his satisfaction. Wilson feels honored he chose to display their latest flagship, the Chronosonic XVX. This video celebrates the loudspeaker’s arrival and its West Coast début at Audio Salon.
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Chronosonic XVX—The Elements that Teach Us

In this video, we explore some of the innovative technology introduced in the all-new Chronosonic XVX. We also hear from the project's lead designer, Daryl Wilson, who speaks about his inspirations, both for producing lifelike sound and his remarkable industrial design.
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Interview with the Wilson Audio Family - Sheryl Lee Wilson

At RMAF this year I had the opportunity of interviewing Daryl Wilson. I even got to interview his mother and co-founder of Wilson Audio, Sheryl Lee Wilson. Rather than take a journalistic approach on this video I wanted to show you who the Wilson family is and how approachable and wonderful the family is based on how they interacted with me in the video. I felt as part of their family. We discuss women in the audiophile industry and talk about friends, family, and loved ones that have touched us personally. I hope you enjoy!

D’Agostiono Relentless & Wilson Audio Alexx (Audio Video Show 2018)

,,Bezwzględny - dokładnie tak nazywa się najnowszy wzmacniacz Dana D'Agostino. I nie ma się czemu dziwić, bo jest to monoblok o mocy dochodzącej do 6 kW przy 2 Ω. Oczywiście rzadko kto zwraca uwagę na moc podawaną przy takim obciążeniu, ale czy 1500 W przy 8 Ω lub 3000 W przy 4 Ω brzmi gorzej? Powiedzmy sobie szczerze - taka końcówka mocy powinna napędzić dowolne kolumny, wywołując przy okazji małą panikę w lokalnej elektrowni. Nic dziwnego, że przy tak potwornej dawce prądu serwowanego na wyjścia głośnikowe, inżynierowie mocno przyłożyli się do kwestii chłodzenia. Aby upewnić się, że urządzenie się nie zagotuje, wyposażono je w masywne radiatory wykonane z aluminium i miedzi. W środku znajduje się zasilacz o mocy 5,5 kW, bazujący oczywiście na dużym transformatorze zamkniętym w szczelnym ekranie i baterii kondensatorów o pojemności 60000 µF. Na przedniej ściance umieszczono oczywiście mało dyskretny, okrągły wskaźnik wysterowania zamknięty w miedzianej obudowie o średnicy 20 cm. Ważące 250 kg i kosztujące 1,2 mln zł monobloki zostaną zaprezentowane przez samego właściciela i konstruktora, absolutną legendę hi-endu, Dana D'Agostiono. Będzie to pierwsza wizyta byłego szefa firmy Krell w Polsce. Swego rodzaju dodatkiem do całego systemu będą kolumny Wilson Audio Alexx, których prezentacja w ubiegłym roku przyciągnęła prawdziwe tłumy. -

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