Who are the people behind the Audiodrom magazine? We are not a professional magazine, so how we see our hobby? As you'll learn, our opinions are often very different and it is good - the diversity of opinions lends a bit more objectivity to our articles and reviews.


st martin


Profession: sales and marketing, food industry

No matter how hard we try to get closer to a real performance, there will always be one important limiting factor: the recording's quality. It is not an exception that our favourite piece of music is a sonic crap. Then, even astronomically priced equipment will not help us to enjoy it. My recommendation si simple: enjoy the music and use your equipment as a working tool, not vice versa.

Amplifiers: Accuphase C-2410 preamplifier, Accuphase A-70 power amplifier

Loudspeakers: Bowers & Wilkins 802 Diamond, TAD Evolution One E1

Sources: SACD Accuphase DP-720, Accuphase DG-58,

Interconnects and speaker cables: Cardas Clear, Krautwire Fractal, Audioquest Wild, Audioquest Redwood, Audioquest Vodka

Power conditioning: Nordost Thor (modified), Nordost Valhalla + Furutech FI-50 piezo-ceramic connectors, SnakeBlock to the SACD player, Blackwater Continuum NST2, Blue Horizon ProBurn

Others: Finite Elemente Cerabase, Stillpoints, Nordost Sort Kones

st tomek


Profession: marketing, media and advertising consultancy

Higher and deeper, with more precision and more resolution - high audio helps you to realize any dreams with sufficient budget allowance. Unfortunately. Excellent equipment as well as excellent program material is something we need to pay for. However, there are gems, that cost much less than expected and have an unbeatable price to performance ratio - Audiodrom is about searching for such the gems.

Amplifiers: Mark Levinson No.432, Mark Levinson No.326S, DIY atenuator

Loudspeakers: Revel Ultima Studio2

Sources: C.E.C. TL 51XR (temporary, for last 6 years), Wadia di322 D/A converter, Dell Ultrabook/Windows

Interconnects and speaker cables: Kubala-Sosna Emotion, AudioQuest Carbon USB A/B

Power conditioning: IsoTek Titan with IsoTek cables, Blackwater Continuum NST2

st petr


Profession: finance advisory, now retired

It is not easy to stop the audiophile disease and start loving you current audio set up. It is also important to stop reading revies in magazines - that's why I write them instead :-). The search for the absolute sound is endless for some simple reason: there is nothing like the absolute sound. The high end is a kind of philosophy, balancing your preferences and expectations... like searching for your life partner - the choice is vast, upgrades are available and switching to someone 'better' may not be a good decision for many years to come ;)

Amplifiers: power amplifier - Spectral DMA-150, phono Gruensch Reference Phonostage MCS

Loudspeakers: Wilson Audio Sasha W/P

Sources: CD/SACD/DVD-A Linn Unidisk 1.1, TW-Acustic Raven One turntable, Graham Phantom tonearm,  Transfiguration Orpheus cartridge

Interconnects and speaker cables: MIT MA, MIT MA-X XLR, MIT V2.1 Oracle, Stealth Audio Hyperphono

Power conditioning: Furutech and Oyaide power inlets, Furutech Daytona 303E, Shunyata Research Python Zi-Tron, Callas Magic Bricks, SSC Akcept Basis (under the speakers)