Paragon Sight & Sound put together a nice array of components that had very good synergy. At the heart of the system were the newly introduced V3.0 Series of components including the Doshi 3.0 Phono [...]
Where are the Gatekeepers? Even as audio-related content has proliferated on the web, I tend to spend my browsing time elsewhere. The three reasons are: the slippage in quality, the ubiquitous upbeat [...]
This year was no different. Doshi Audio was debuting their new Doshi Audio v3.0 Stereo Amplifier ($17,995) driving a pair of Wilson AudioSasha-2 speakers. Sure you can spend more on Wilson Alexia or Alexx, but the [...]
Special mention goes to tape playback from the Joseph Audio Pearl 3 speakers driven by Rowland Daemon integrated, using all Cardas Audio cables, taking the signal from an excellent Doshi V3.0 Tape Stage getting its signal from a Mara Machines MCI [...]
Best Sound A system wins here, one of Paragon Sight and Sound’s rooms featuring Wilson Audio Sasha 2s, Doshi Audio electronics, dCS Rossini DAC and Master Clock, Brinkmann Balance turntable... READ FULL REVIEW
Most Significant Nick Doshi created a headphone amplifier for his own use for location recording that turned out so well that he decided to make more. The Doshi headphone amp ($3795 MSRP) employs custom-made [...]
A few weeks ago Nick Doshi visited, ready to deliver his new 160 watt V3.0 KT-120 based amplifier, V3.0 phono stage and VV3.0 line stage. Then, after another few weeks, he returned, substituting new KT-150 [...]
The truly superior sound in the room co-sponsored by Paragon Sight and Sound of Ann Arbor gave me my first listen to Wilson Audio’s Sasha 2 loudspeakers ($30,900/pair) and Doshi Audio electronics. First up was [...]
Doshi Audio’s $15,995 vacuum tube based phono preamplifier features three inputs, a full complement of remote controllable loading options and even memory to store settings for each of the inputs. One is for MC while [...]
Truely Superior Sound –
The sound through the Doshi Audio V3.0 products was warm and inviting as in, “I must hear more”
Jason Serinus. Stereophile - AXPONA 2014
Best of Show | Best Sound A system wins here, one of Paragon Sight and Sound’s rooms featuring Wilson Audio Sasha 2s, Doshi Audio electronics, dCS Rossini DAC and Master Clock, Brinkmann Balance turntable and ’arm, My Sonic Labs Signature Platinum cartridge, and Transparent Reference cables. An oasis of musical calm anytime I stuck my head in the door.
Cardas Audio Excels with Joseph and Doshi
But I would be remiss to not include the new Hybrid Stereo amp ($19,995) from Doshi Audio that were powering everything. A gorgeous piece of amplifier, there are eight EL34 tubes with a mirror-like chrome cover of transformers behind reflecting the glass. Joining in the fun were Doshi’s line stage ($17,995) and tape pre ($17,995).
RMAF 2018: Joseph Audio, Doshi Audio, Cardas and the Rest of Your Life
This was one of Jeff’s best-sounding set-ups I’ve heard—and I’ve heard quite a few—which led me to believe that the Doshi Audio amplification, as well as the Cardas Clear Beyond cabling, were providing uncommon synergy in the room.
The remarkably air-filled, three-dimensional, gratifyingly warm sound of Doshi Audio’s Monoblock V3.0 amplifiers demands a place on the short list of amplifier seekers who listen to music for hours on end. – Jason Victor Serinus
The system played it with a tremendous sense of ease, the music simply existing between the speakers without apparent effort. Chris Thile’s voice had well-defined, full-bodied presence in the room, and the limber, graceful phrases played by banjoist Noam Pikelny were breathtaking in their realism.