LEAK began its centurial career all the way back in 1946, and over the next twenty years, it would establish itself within the genre of high-fidelity audio. For many enthusiasts, the company was a testament to the golden age of sound, helping to usher in the brands and manufacturers that we know today. After LEAK was sold in 1969, its identity was obscured. Now, it’s been revived with the introduction of both the STEREO 130 amplifier and the brand’s first CD-savvy player, the CDT.
Drawing upon the company’s rich and illustrious history within the audio world, the STEREO 130 and CDT combine to create a nostalgic pairing of iconic fidelity. The latter boasts the highest available standard of sound reproduction (from CD) in its class, an electromagnetically shielded enclosure, and a digital clock that’s controlled via temperature-compensated crystal oscillation. If you’re having trouble finding your old 4.7-inch discs, don’t worry; the CDT comes with USB storage device playback options that allow for the utilization of a variety of file formats, including WMA, MP3, WAV, and AAC. Pair that with the iconic recreation of the brand’s original amplifier, the STEREO 130, and you’ll be able to revel in high-quality audio reproduction over a Bluetooth wireless connection. Head to LEAK’s website to learn more about the pair.
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