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Adirondack Audio & Video LLC
(518) 792-3528
Mount Royal Plaza595 State Route 9
Queensbury, NY
Home Audio, Design & Installation, Appointment Only

GTT Audio & Video
(908) 850-3092
356 Naughright Rd.
Queensbury, NY
Best Buy
3401 Erie Blvd E
Syracuse, NY
P.C. Richard & Son
(718) 494-7600
2399 Richmond Ave.
Staten Island, NY
Advanced Audio Technology
(212) 537-6869
3703 Provost Avenue
Bronx, NY
Home Audio, Design & Installation, Appointment Only

Ray Supply
(518) 792-5848
871 Route 9
Queensbury, NY
Sensorium AV
(212) 246-9308
116 Central Park SouthSte. 3N
New York, NY
Acoustical Design, Audio / Video, Home Theater, Multi-Room Audio, Wire and Cable / Power Management
One or more employees at this company have achieved CEDIA Professional Certification status:- Bryan Bilgore, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II

Audio Classics Ltd.
(607) 766-3501
3501 Old Vestal Road
Vestal, NY
Home Audio, Car Audio

B & H Photo Video
(212) 239-7500
420 Ninth Avenue
New York, NY
Bose Showcase Store
(212) 334-3710
465 Broadway
New York, NY

sleek audio sa6


sleek audio

SA6 In-Ear headphones

as reviewed by Adam Goldfine




Wilson-Benesch A.C.T. loudspeakers.

Music Reference RM-4+ phono stage, Primare Pre30 line level preamplifier, Reference Line Preeminence One Series II (passive) preamplifier, Music Reference RM-200 amplifier, Dynaco ST-70 (with Welborne Labs mod) amplifier.

DIGITAL: Vacuum State Level 6 modified Sony DVP-S9000ES DVD/CD/SACD Player, Musical Fidelity CR324 up sampling DAC.
ANALOG: Music Hall MMF-7 turntable, Pro-ject 9 tonearm, Pro-Ject Speed Box Mk. II, Benz Micro ACE H cartridge, Magnum Dynalab FT-101A Tuner.

Music Reference Pegasus and Majestic interconnects, Hovland interconnects, Sonic Purity interconnects, Apogee Wyde-Eye interconnects (balanced), Kimber D-60 digital cable, Audioquest VDM-3 digital cable, Coincident Speaker Technology speaker cable, homebrew speaker cable.

JPS Labs Aluminata power cord, World Power Power Wing power conditioner, Ringmat 330 MKII XLR Anniversary, Radio Shack FM antenna, Sanus SF6 component rack filled with lead shot, VPI 16.5 record cleaning machine, Record Research Labs Power Cleaner, Record Research Labs Everyday Cleaner, various LAST record cleaning products, Hunt E.D.A. Mark6 brush, miscellaneous wet cleaning brushes, Zero Dust Stylus Cleaner, DB Systems alignment protractor, Tone Cones, Tip Toes, Echo Busters, HiFi News & Record Review Test LP, Cardas Test LP, XLO Test CD, Stereophile Test CD, Chesky Test CD vols. I & II, Craftsman True RMS Multi-Meter, Philips PM3211 Oscilloscope, Panamax Max 5100 Power Center, Caig ProGold contact enhancer.


Prior to venturing into the melee of this year's CES I decided to peruse the vendor listings, looking for anything new and unusual that might have otherwise escaped my notice. I came across Sleek Audio, a company claiming to manufacture in-ear earphones that could be tuned to the inherent resonance of the individual listener's ear cavity. Intrigued by the idea, I set out to find them; finally locating a group of gentlemen crammed around a conference table in a small meeting room located on the outskirts of one of the show's many main floors.

Sleek Audio was founded by Mark and Jason Krywko in Bradenton, FL. The company was born from over 40 years of experience in the hearing aid industry with the goal of creating personal audio devices that take a different look at audio technology, based upon the science behind how people hear sound and music. CEO Mark Krywko got into the hearing aid industry out of his love for music and has over 30 years of experience as the owner and operator of a hearing aid manufacturing company. He is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences and a certified Audioprosthologist (maybe we'll see that word in the next Scripps National Spelling Bee). Mark is also an active member of both the Florid...

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