Deja Vu Audio South will be spinning vinyl records in the music loading dock of our building using the ultra-rare Western Electric 13A Horn Speaker. This monster of a speaker was built in the 1920s and was the first HI-FI speaker ever made. Almost a hundred years later and this speaker still rocks! Please visit […]
Eric, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today? We opened Deja Vu Audio South because Miami didn’t have a great resource solely dedicated to high end audio. We are dedicated to two things–great sound and helping fellow audio lovers find exactly […]
Miami New Times Review of Deja Vu Audio South “The showroom, which specializes in both modern and vintage audio equipment, is as close to paradise as a South Florida audiophile could ask for. ” Miami New Times Click to read the story
Audio nirvana – Koetsu Rosewood cartridge. Hand made in Japan. Hand wound coils and carved wood body. There are very few items that can transform your album collection as much as this cartridge. The very best.
Harbeth Monitor 30 – This speaker can handle any music you can throw at it. Harbeth has been making speakers for many years in the BBC tradition. Don’t be fooled by their size – they deliver realistic and thrilling performance. For many enthusiasts – these are the last pair of speakers they ever buy. Easy to understand once you hear them.
DaVinciAudio Gabriel turntable-one of the most beautiful hi-fi components in the world. Fortunately, beauty is more than skin deep because this is one of the finest turntables in the world. It really brings out the very best in analog and a vinyl experience. First time listeners typically respond – “that’s why people listen to vinyl records!” Come check it out and see what all the fuss is about. Feel free to bring your own vinyl if you want so you can experience the difference of a reference turntable.
Sometimes considered an audio secret – a hot-rodded vintage Garrard 301 turntable is possibly considered the ultimate analog piece of equipment.
Orignal Western Electric parts. Rebuilt by Aldo D’Urso in Italy. Top of the audio food chain. There are very few modern systems that can do what this system can do. In this case vintage doesn’t mean – less performance. Vintage here means that great engineers at Western Electric in the 1930s and 1940s dedicated themselves to the best sound reproduction. They cut no corners in design, materials and build. The results speak for themselves. Seventy years later and there is still very little out there that can touch this. Skeptical? Come hear for yourself.
Does your turntable sound like it might need a new cartridge? It happens to everyone. Those things don’t last forever. You would be amazed to hear what a new cartridge can do for your entire album collection. Grado Prestige collection offers excellent performance and value. Hand built and tested in the US. The Prestige series of cartridges are designed for high output and excellent stability.