Blues Audio are the sole UK distributor for “phiTon resonaTors” made in Switzerland.

Three metal resonators (£600 each) is all that is needed to transform your listening experience and end wall sound reflections. Alternative room treatments involve large panels attached to walls and ceilings. The best option is £1’800 we charge for our standard solution of three resonators and this includes a 30 day no quibble money back guarantee and postage. We also include a complimentary room analysis, worked out by Corrado himself. Correct speaker placement makes a significant improvement to musical presentation.

The resonators were created by Audio engineer Corrado Faccioni a gentleman of worldwide repute who in the UK works with Ronny Scott in his Soho jazz club as well as his worldwide commitments. Pictured below is Corfac to the left with Lionel Loueke and his modified guitar. Lionel plays with Herbie Hancock.

More information can be found here Sound waves are either harmonic sine waves or unharmonic which cause distortion. Unharmonic mechanical or electrical effects is a distortion that degrades audio performance. The phiTon resonaTors reduce these negative effects to a minimum , and reveal a new clarity to music.

Wayne Shorter, Grammy 2019 Jazz award winner uses a modified type of Phi Iron resonator in his Saxophone (£600) and we supply guitar and violin resonators that breathe new life into musical instruments. Chick Corea jazz pianist is also a fan.

For audio use, we recommend a minimum of three resonators, one on each speaker and the other resonator can be placed in front or behind the listerors chair. These resonators can also be positioned on top of any audio equipment for optimum effect.

T+A turntable, Lumin X1 streamer with L1 music library. Thivan valve amps from Vietnam and Avalon Idea speakers. Every component rest on Cornish made granite blocks and tables.

Enhance the sound of your TV with AudioPro speakers.

Competing with Bose and Sonus, these Swedish designed speakers are well made and offer HiFi sound with a patent bass response.

The speakers have a built in Class D amp and can stream music as well as adding sound value to TV. A sub woofer can be added if required

The music room is designated for our ultimate, no expense spared, master sound. With a retail price of over £200k. Vinyl or streamed music can be enjoyed to the limit.

Maxonic T150 field coil speakers from Japan 35kg brass drivers with built in horn and super tweeter, and open baffle (open at the back) The Maxonics use electromagnets fed direct current by the two exciter boxes pictured on the floor to the inside of each speaker. Only Maxonic and two German manufacturers (Voxativ from Berlin and Wolf Von longan) use field coil technology today. Field coil speakers were invented in the 1920’s and have recently had a resurgence in high end audio. Field coil speakers are more expensive to produce, Maxonics can be heard here at Blues Audio in Cornwall, Brook Audio in Yorkshire, Winters Audio in Norfolk and Select Audio in Cumbria.

Conventional speakers are less expensive to make and are in essence a similar design with closed damped box with woofers and tweeter driven by a less powerful permanent magnet. Field could speakers give an energised sound, uncanny nuances, powerful bass and superb vocals.

The CSPort LFT turntable from Japan is from a newly formed Japanese company north of Tokyo. The 22kg stainless steel platter is rotated by a silent air pump and four strand kevlar belt. A linear track arm is used for ultimate performance and again uses air suspension. The CSPort IEM 1 antistatic device demagnetises and removes static from records as they are played.

The new Kondo Overture 2 Integrated amp and CSPort phono stage wit Artesenia rack, Niagra 7000 power conditioner and Transparent Reference XL speaker cables finalise the system.

phi Ton resonators are used for room correction and granite slabs made locally give foundation to the speakers.