Wilson Audio and Dan D'agostino now at devAAudio in Kansas City!

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devAAudio in Kansas City is proud and honored to represent Wilson Audio Loudspeakers and Dan D'agostino Electronics. It was very special to have Wilson's own Bill Peugh and Dan D'agostino's President Bill McKiegan in attendance at our launch event this past January. It was a fun and well attended event! If you are in the KC area or have friends in the midwest let them know they can visit devAAudio for a high end audio experience! www.devaaudio.com, devaaudio78@gmail.com, 913-498-9768 call/text.

Best,
Deva

PHOTO (Left to Right) Bill Peugh (Wilson Audio), Deva Chandramohan, M.D. (owner devAAudio), Bill McKiegan (President Dan D'agostino Electronics)
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Bill Peugh from Wilson Audio shared stories about the company and had some amazing audio selections to share with the attendees. It was a special evening.

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What, no XVX. ;)
 
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I actually debated bringing in XVX quite seriously... but for now Alexx makes the most sense. It is a tremendous speaker as most of the audio community knows.

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Deva
 
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What lines are you carrying wrt analog sources? I almost bought a used Ypsilon phono but turned out my Benz LPS, with its high internal impedance, not a good match for the step-ups. Would love to hear the ypsilon electronics, but Portnad is a long way from KC.
 
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They are not the same speakers off course , but in the bassregion the xvx ,master chrono and alexx move just about the same amount of air.
I think the maxx and now alexx series are the best wilson in bang for buck terms .
Unless you value the lamm Ml 3 s off course .
IMHO the XLF moves significantly more air than X2, MAXX or Alexx. Currently easily the best bang for buck, as probably XVX will make them to show heavily discounted.
 
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What lines are you carrying wrt analog sources? I almost bought a used Ypsilon phono but turned out my Benz LPS, with its high internal impedance, not a good match for the step-ups. Would love to hear the ypsilon electronics, but Portnad is a long way from KC.
I’m currently more of a digital guy. But I do carry Rega Research Turntables. From what I hear the Ypsilon phono stage is amazing. Of course Rega, Electrocompaniet, Ypsilon, and Dan D’agostino all make phono stage products and Ypsilon also make’s step up transformers. I also have access to the Wilson Benesch range of products and they are doing some amazing things with turntables as well!

Best,
Deva
 
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Bill McKiegan, President of Dan D’agostino Master Audio systems, attended our launch event and explained the story behind the design of the Momentum series products. We are so thankful that he joined us. We are so fortunate to have such a strong partner at devAAudio.

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Can you say what were the selections Bill played?
I don’t have the list but one of the more memorable songs was “Both Sides Now” a Joni Mitchell song sang Live by Seal. It is easily one of my favorites now and can be streamed on Tidal!:).

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Love these m400 amps! :)

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