My point, which I though was pretty obvious, is that the two items I mentioned aren't expensive enough to go in the Temptations section. The previous ARCAM top-level AV amp wasn't shown in Temptations, it just got a standard review, I wouldn't have thought the original SuperNait was a Temptations piece either.
The ARCAM, for example, is a grand less than two of the AV Amps featured in recent mags (including the Awards IIRC). They're mainstream items, albeit the upper end, therefore not Temptations fodder.
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Why do you keep capitalising 'Arcam'?
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I think historically ARCam would be more correct?
Anyway, I'm just copying their logo, same as I do for Sonos...
Because they do?
I wonder if It's pronounced AYE ARE SEE AYE EMM...
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Only in their logo though, on their website it's "Arcam" everywhere.
Let it go now Jud.
They capitalise it for their logo but, if you go on their homepage, not when they write it in a sentence.
From John Dawson...
"I founded Amplification & Recording (A & R, then A & R Cambridge) in a college room in Trinity in 1972. Chris Evans and I designed the A60 amplifier in 1976 and A & R became a limited Company in early 1977. The brand name ARCAM was coined around 1980 to avoid confusion with AR (Acoustic Research) of Cambridge, USA - it also helped avoid some confusion with Cambridge Audio which was still going under various different owners after CCL and CE Hammond."
He used the capitalised form of ARCAM.
I think either form is valid.
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Well just come back from the the local shops and haven't received December's edition....
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