Audience adeptResponse aR6-TSSOX Power Conditioner Review


$6450 (with 6’ powerChord SE-i; Au24 SX powerChord, add $4200)
I’ve been using the smaller six-outlet version of the Audience TSSOX for a few months and I just can’t seem to quit this thing. I’ll admit that I’ve never been a dedicated fan of this segment. But the Audience suggests something different. Backgrounds are indeed quieter but not airless and dead, as in “digital” quiet. Music emerges from the acoustic silences and natural pauses with a continuousness, an unbroken linkage to those interludes. The tonal character of the system doesn’t change, but the sound is more focused, images more polished and individuated. And this is prior to swapping out the standard powerChord SE-i and replacing it with the Audience’s advanced (and, oy, priciest) Au24 SX powerChord. Though not an order of magnitude dissimilar from the standard SE-i cord, it clearly reveals yet another layer of music and dimension. Images grow even more direct and transparent, and there is further expansion of the ambient aura. I find the differences compellingly musical and addiction.

Greg Weaver – Sept ’17 Issue 268

Soundstage Ultra Review of aR6-TSSOX Conditioner October ’16

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” I think Audience’s new adeptResponse aR6-TSSOX with Au24 SE-i powerChord is the bomb. My system never sounded so good. I was skeptical at first, doubting that there could be any improvement to the sound I was already getting from my reference aR6-TSS with Au24 powerChord, but by the end of the review period I was won over completely. ”
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Garrett Hongo – October ’16
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AV2Day.com Review of Adept Response aR6 Power Conditioner

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” With a spotlighted staging and lack of noise floor means the highest resolution possible, all presented in the most coherent fashion, not disjointed, pokey, or in any way distracting from the whole musical experience…. I think the Audience Adept Response aR6’s bold musical presentation may just be the thing to shake up and ol’ jaded audio system or over smoothed audiophilia aural sensory”.
Willy Low – February ’16 Read Full Review