Category Archives: 1 Series

CH Precision at High End Munich Show – Atrium 4.1, F118

This year, there’s a bumper crop of new product to see and hear. There are new digital products that are yet to see their first show outing, as well as the mighty 10 Series amplifiers! Demonstrations will centre on the digital upgrade path, starting with the new D1.5 CD/SACD player/transport with the X1 Power Supply. Once you are familiar with that, […]

Roy Gregory’s long awaited review of the D1.5 has landed – and it’s a corker!

“Playing the MQA encoded John Coltrane album, Ballads(UCCU-40111) demonstrates this CD player’s way with shape, pace and pattern, but it also demonstrates its note-to-note continuity and rhythmic agility.” Never knowingly underwritten, Mr Gregory has produced not just one but three related pieces. The main review is as comprehensive as it is thorough and insightful – but […]

The View from VUmètre

French magazine VUmètre recently enjoyed their first experience with CH Precision electronics. After two days of intensive listening to a series of 1 Series systems that demonstrate our scalable/expandable approach and structured upgrade path, the result was an eight page article on the company and its unique ethos. “We don’t recall ever encountering such a level […]

THE 2022 TAS Editors’ Choice Awards

The Absolute Sound Magazine has published its 2022 Editors’ Choice Awards Issue, recognising the great and the good amongst audio products. Following on from the 2021 L10/M10’s Overall Product Of The Year Award, no fewer than EIGHT individual CH Precision products received Editors’ Choice Awards. The winners were the A1.5, M1.1 and M10 amplifiers, L1 […]

“Like a Fine Swiss watch, CH Precision’s D1.5 Player/Transport gets the timing right.”

“Like a Fine Swiss watch, CH Precision’s D1.5 Player/Transport gets the timing right.” Jim Austin, Editor – Stereophile Stereophile’s Editor delivers an eight-page review of the D1.5 (with full measurements by John Atkinson, Technical Editor) and chooses the player to grace the magazine’s cover. Impressed by its performance on CD, SACD and MQA-CD, he comments […]

Latest L1/A1.5 review from Dennis Davis of TheAudioBeat.com

Our latest review is out and it makes for especially interesting reading. Why? Unlike many reviews of CH Precision components, this piece doesn’t dwell on the complexity, range of options or upgradability of the products. It doesn’t feature the 10 Series (which has been getting so much attention recently) and it doesn’t feature stacks of […]

The D1.5 is Here..

CH Precision Releases D1.5 SACD/CD Player/Transport The D1 CD/SACD player/transport was CH Precision’s first ever product, a discrete multi-channel capable machine that established our now familiar, user configurable, upgradable, card-cage construction. For over a decade, along with the C1 DAC, it has set the standard for high-resolution disc replay, even though, these days the focus […]

Hi-Fi Critic Postscript – further thoughts on the CH Precision’s 1 Series Review

As is so often the case, sometimes it’s only after a product leaves a listener’s presence that they realise its true significance. That was exactly the situation when Martin Colloms sat down to reflect on his experience with the P1, L1, X1 and A1.5. He knew they were good. He knew they were better than […]

Latest 1 Series Review from HIFICRITIC

“These audio components handsomely take their places in the ranks of the world’s finest audio electronics, but distinguished by their extraordinary accuracy and versatility, further enhanced by the ability to fine tune and upgrade every component concerned.” So concluded internationally revered UK reviewer Martin Colloms after experiencing the P1, L1, X1, A1.5 system. His in-depth, […]

CH Precision meets the WAMM MC (complete with subs) as the abso!ute sound magazine reviews the A1.5 amplifier

Wilson’s most expensive and demanding speaker system, the legendary WAMM MC with matching Subsonic woofers is a daunting challenge for any amplifier, but it’s a challenge that CH Precision’s most affordable model, the A1.5 proved more than capable of meeting. Using a pair of A1.5s running in stereo mode (the Wilson speaker system requires four […]