What makes good sound?
We have therefore reasoned that neither an over abundance nor extreme paucity of "creature comfort" features makes or breaks "good sound"
by itself any more than a given specific technology does.
In the final analysis, it is the effort and vision of the designer/s as much as simply ensuring that no facet of the design is allowed to perform
below par or out of step with the rest.
At Abbingdon Music Research, we have for a long time, investigated the starting points for good sound. Following on from this principle,
we have taken on board exceptional implementations and technologies through the decades, motivated simply by finding what gave us
the most musical pleasure.
Just because we seemingly pander to some fads in our technology, rest assured they were selected not because they were "en vogue",
but simply because they sonically, "delivered the goods".
We tend towards making our products feature-rich as well as easy and convenient to use but only without compromising "good sound"
as we recognise that Spartan inconvenience is no more a guarantor of good sound as is any other feature.
We at AMR would like to cordially invite you to experience the fruits of our research and draw your own conclusions as to how well we
have managed to give you a system that provides enduring "music for pleasure".