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Reviewer: Marja & Henk
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Sources: PS Audio PWT; PS Audio PWD; Dr. Feickert Blackbird/DFA 1o5/Zu DL-103; Phasure PC and NOS1 DAC
Streaming sources: XXHighEnd; iTunes; Devialet AIR; La Rosita Beta [in for review]
Preamp/integrated/power: Audio Note Meishu with WE 300B (or AVVT, JJ, KR Audio 300B output tubes); Yarland FV 34 CIIISA; Qables iQube V1; Devialet D-Premier; Hypex Ncore 1200 based monoblocks; Trafomatic Kaivalya; Trafomatic Reference One; Trafomatic Reference Phono One
Speakers: Avantgarde Acoustic Duo Omega; Arcadian Audio Pnoe; Vaessen Aquarius; Pancin Art Technology VZ1 [in for review]
Cables: complete loom of ASI LiveLine cables; full loom of Crystal Cable cables; Nanotec Golden Strada #79 nano 3; Nanotec Golden Strada #79; Nanotec Golden Strada #201; Nanotec Power Strada #306 [in for review]
Power line conditioning: Omtec Power Controllers; PS Audio Powerplant Premier; PS Audio Humbuster III
Equipment racks: ASI amplifier and TT shelf
Sundry accessories: Furutech DeMag; ClearAudio Double Matrix; Nanotec Nespa #1; Exact Audio Copy software; iPod; wood, brass, ceramic and aluminum cones and pyramids; Shakti Stones; Manley Skipjack
Music purveyors:,,,
Room treatment: Acoustic System International resonators, sugar cubes, diffusers
Room size: ca. 14.50 x 7.50m with a ceiling height of 3.50m, brick walls, wooden flooring upstairs, ca 7 x 5m with a ceiling height of 3.50m, brick walls and concrete floor downstairs
Price of review item: € 4.080 for 1-meter RCA

Audiomica Laboratory is another of the great number of Polish audio companies which do not appear on the radar of the average music lover outside Poland. That's a shame. During the last Warsaw audio show we met many representatives of innovative high-quality companies that until then had been unknown to us. Proof of their quality came not only from show exposure but at home with samples brought straight from Warsaw or delivered later to us in Holland.

Located in the southeastern region of Poland not far from the border with Slovakia lies the hometown of Audiomica Laboratory, Gorlice. Here a group of young audio-minded friends led by Łukasz Mika started experimenting with all the audio cables they could lay their hand on in their domestic market. As a hobby mind you. Some people collect stamps, others dive deeply into the effects of wires, shielding, dielectrics and termination options. After a long period of pure hobbyist research, 2003 came around. It had become time to convert all acquired knowledge from investigating the construction of and then listening to all those audio cables into a product of their own. Under the name Audiomica Laboratory they began to serve the Polish market with an ever expanding line of audio cables. Now the time has come for the rest of world to meet their products.

Whilst cable development research is ongoing, one of the insights of their research was that a cable’s performance is not only the result of the combination of metallurgy, geometry, shielding and dielectric composition but that a substantial gain in quality can be obtained by means of filtering.