Michael Mercer of Positive Feedback on the Cloud 9T

With the VPI Traveler and Cloud 9T you can get even closer to the music on that vinyl collection you’ve spent years cultivating. Not only that, you’ll have more money left for new music! I’m planning on moving my VPI Traveler and Cloud 9T into the big reference system next. That’s how much I love it. I’m also over the moon regarding Gingko’s table-top dust-cover! It’s beveled at the bottom enabling its lock onto the platform.

Francisco Duran of Positive Feedback on the Semi-Cloud

So there you have it, short, sweet and to the point. Gingko Audio scores once again with vibration control devices that work very good, are very affordable and easy to use. They are smartly engineered and their performance can be backed up by measurements. Not to mention Mr. Vinh Vu and Mr. Norm Ginsburg have some pretty impressive credentials in the engineering and marketing worlds respectively. And besides, all that plexi-glass looks cool.

Jeff Van Dyne of SoundStage on the ClaraVu 7 Speaker

I’ve been completely blown away by Gingko Audio’s ClaraVu 7 MkII. My listening room is a difficult space for many conventional speakers, but the Gingkos excelled in this tough environment. While tolerant of less-than-ideal placement, they really sang when I took the trouble to get their positions just right. This was when the ClaraVu 7 MkII became not merely a very good loudspeaker, but one of the most interesting I’ve heard in a long time. It combines many of the best qualities of some of my favorite speakers, while avoiding many, potentially troubling issues of room interaction. Top that with the fact that it’s consummately tube-friendly, and I can’t recommend this one highly enough.

Dan Seislove of Positive Feedback on the ClaraVu 7 Speaker

The ClaraVu 7s, in contrast, are designed to mainly please those with ears, equipment, and musical recordings commensurate with high-end audio. You don’t miss any detail, and there are sparks aplenty, but these newest Gingko Audio speakers really shine when given a chance to show off… Anyone can appreciate stellar sound, of course, and excellent speakers always appeal to a wide audience, but for those who live for high-end performance these speakers deliver an audiophile experience at a price that’s hard to beat.

Paul Seydor of Absolute Sound on the Cloud 14

Is it worth adding a Gingko to a turntable like the MMF, which more than doubles the cost of the setup? It seems an absurd proposition, I grant, yet the improvements are more audible than what you will hear most accessory products, including cables, interconnects, line conditioners, cones, pods, pucks, mats, clamps, weights, yak, yak, yak. But, hey, you can answer the question yourself, thanks to Gingko’s 30 day money back guarantee, to which I’ll add a guarantee of my own: put on Kind of Blue at a healthy level and listen for thirty seconds – the difference will be loud and clear in all senses of those words. The pun is as unavoidable as it may be egregious, but the ball’s now in your court.

   – Paul Seydor, The Absolute Sound, March 2009