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Melody AN300B Reviewed on HomeTheaterReview.com
"To my amazement, the Melody AN 300B dramatically out-performed my highly regarded front-end pieces that cost $27,000 more." Read it here....


Melody AN300B Reviewed on Dagogo.com
Phillip Holmes puts Melody's high end 300B integrated through its paces. Read it here...


Melody Pure Back 101 and M845's Reviewed
When Philip Holms reviewed the GR Research LS9's, he was driving them with a Melody Pure Black 101 preamp and a pair of Melody PM845 monoblocks. Now the other "half" of his review has been published, this time witha focus on the front end... "The build quality of the Melody gear is borderline faultless. Having been in manufacturing, I can tell you that real engineering went into designing the chassis." Read the full review.


Melody AN211 Reviewed by Dagogo
"If it isn’t obvious at this point, it should be: I believe the AN211 is a fantastic amplifier that gave me almost all the same emotional excitement and satisfaction as some extremely expensive tube amplifiers I’ve heard at several shows, and did so without my having to shell out a down payment on a house." Read More...


Melody Pure Black 101 Reviewed by Enjoy The Music
The Melody Pure Black 101 has been praised before, even being called "one of the top 2 or 3 valve pre's at any price." In response Melody has made it even better, with parts upgrades and (finally!) remote control. Ron Nagle gives a glowing review in EnjoyTheMusic.com's March issue


Melody MK88 Reviewed by Audioreview.com
Most of Melody's lineup is about bringing new levels of performance to a given price point. So what happens when they decide to invade the sub-$2k space? Audioreview.com's Adam LaBarge takes a look at the new Melody MK88.
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Hey Tim, Glad to have you on board. I looked at the ACA Trinitys. Have you ever considered participating in one of our speaker evaluations? Would be great to hear them.
 

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We're certainly game to get our speakers some more exposure. If and when the category/price range fits for the Trinity, I'm sure Hugh would be happy to furnish some speakers for an evaluation.
 

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Our Melody AN300B was voted as Best of 2013.

Every one of these Best-of lists has that one inclusion that people go crazy over. How can a $5,999 amp be a top value? When it can compete with $60,000 A-list gear, that's how. Melody is a brand that deserves recognition and some of your demo time, as they've captured some serious audio magic.
http://hometheaterreview.com/home-theater-reviews-best-of-2013-awards/
 

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Our Melody AN300B was voted as Best of 2013.

Every one of these Best-of lists has that one inclusion that people go crazy over. How can a $5,999 amp be a top value? When it can compete with $60,000 A-list gear, that's how. Melody is a brand that deserves recognition and some of your demo time, as they've captured some serious audio magic.
http://hometheaterreview.com/home-theater-reviews-best-of-2013-awards/
The picture they used is the one I took at my house for the GTG two years ago :clap:
 

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[SPOILER ALERT] This is not the first time a reviewer has compared a Melody product to his own Pass Labs gear and found it to be an improvement. (the first one bought the AN300B review sample and got back far more than he spent selling the gear it replaced) That's not an indictment of Pass Labs either. The P2688/MN845 combo is just remarkable, and I wouldn't hesitate to put it up against any other gear at any price.
 
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