We are back from RMAF 2010 and have a
lot of information to put together from
the show. We want to thank everyone who
stopped in to our room and gave us high
praises for such a successful debut of
the Purity Audio Design line.
Stay tuned for a lot of information and
feedback to be posted over the
forthcoming weeks as further show
reports are published.
The Purity Audio Design room.
The next two pictures were taken by
James Darby of Stereo Mojo. Please
see his full coverage on his web
site found on links at the bottom of
The next 5
pictures are from Positive
Feedback's show coverage by Dave and
Carol Clark. See links below
for full coverage.
Above: Purity Audio
Design. The main feature
in this room was the
Purity Silver Statement
Linestage, $14,995. This
room sounded wonderfully
good for being a
but then one is
not really listening to
just the speakers... but
the WHOLE system.
Above: These guys kept
us hydrated, every time
we came in the room they
gave us a bottle of
water! Also featured was
the Purity Reference
Linestage. Nice stuff!
Above: The full system
in the Purity Audio
Design room included
amplifiers, AMR CD77 CD
player, Qsonix 205 Music
Server, ASI Liveline
cables as well as a
Locus Design Novus USB
Above: Von Schweikert
Audio was showcasing the
VR-33 as well as the
AudioRak by Martin
Conley. This was one of
many rooms featuring the
fantastic Von Schweikert
sound from a speaker at
this price point. (not
mentioned: the preamp
being used at the time
of this picture was the
Purity Audio Design
Above: Positive Feedback visits
the Von Schweikert room once
again after the Purity One has
been removed and upgraded to the
Absolute Sound - Robert Harley
The Following 5 pictures were
taken by AudioGon. Please visit
their full coverage through the
link provided below
Below: Purity Audio Design "Purity
Reference" linestage in the Von
Schweikert Audio room with the VR33
loudspeakers for most of the show.
The Purity One spent the first day
in the Von Schweikert room before
being upgraded to the Purity
Reference as shown in the pictures
Below: The following pictures by
Ultra High End Forum. See link to
full coverage below.
Above: At the top of the rack is the
beautifully crafted Purity Silver
Statement linestage and separate
power supply ($14,995). Flawless
execution if a bit unorthodox in
style. In the center is an AMR CD-77
CD player ($). The two large black
boxes flanking the rack are the
Clayton Audio M300 monoblocks
($).The Rethm Saadhan loudspeakers
($). To the inside of the speakers
are a pair of RAAL dipole ribbon
Some very close friends that were
made at the show.
From left: Alex from RAAL, Pete
Sansone (director of marketing for
Purity Audio Design), Art Smuck,
Hugh from Angel City Audio, Salaja
(spelling?) Alex's beautiful other
- Robert Harley Blog
Ultra High End
The Purity One gets "Best Value - New
Click the link below for details
Also, Joe asked me why I spent so much time
in your room instead of mine.
Easy to answer, IT IS SO DARN PEACEFUL &
Excellent job guys.
I have to say these ought to be some of the
most beautiful gears I have ever seen.
AND, they sound darn good too.
Excellent job Bill
I was impressed with the sound in the Purity
audio room. They have done a great job with
the pre amp. Clayton monoblocks and I can't
remember who makes the speakers
...Here is a quick shot of our Purity
Audio Design room..
I loved the sound in your room
Preamp's shape and look is quite
But it wouldn't matter if it did not sound
I am gathering from various comments and
reports that it was indeed very special.
However, I smell a cheat with that high end
light therapy setup......
More pics please - close up of your preamp?