The SA700: retro “past meets present” looks
We’ll cut to the chase here. Astell & Kern’s newest portable hi-res digital baby, the SA700, costs £1295 ($1299) and looks utterly stunning – if you’re a fan of the firm’s trademark top-right volume dial and classic, stainless steel bodywork.
It’s fair to say that Astell & Kern knows what it’s doing when it comes to hi-res audio portable devices. The Astell & Kern A&futura SE100 is a current 2019 What Hi-Fi? Award winner, but go back just 12 months and you’ll see that the Astell & Kern Kann scooped up that same gong last year.
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