StormAudio wins the Taiwan Prime AV Magazine Equipment-of-the-Year Award
January 04 2023
The year 2023 begins in style for StormAudio with a new award for our products! Indeed, Prime AV Magazine, the Hifi reference magazine in Taiwan, granted our ISP Elite 24 MK2 with one of its “Equipment-of-the-Year” Awards.
2023 PRIME AV MAGAZINE EQUIPMENT-OF-THE-YEAR AWARD
As explained in the Audionet article: “The most important reference for Prime AV Magazine every year is the “Annual Best Equipment” list. These products are the Best of the Best amongst audio-visual equipment products each year. On average, the publication reviews around 10-15 products every issue (not including those introduced in special features or covered in other columns), with 12 issues each year they review hundreds of pieces of equipment. Among the hundreds, the editors select only those that they find valuable and impressive as “Best Recommendations.”.
This best-equipment list is carefully selected from all the “best recommendations” throughout 2022 (Issues 321 – 333). This year only 15 pieces of equipment won the Best Performance award, 13 pieces of equipment won Best Value, and 4 pieces of equipment won the award for Best Budget. They were extremely carefully selected and only the top contenders remained.
STORMAUDIO ISP 24 ANALOG MK2 : WINNER FOR BEST PERFORMANCE
Our ISP Elite 24 MK2 was selected thanks to the following reasons:
- Modular design, can do 16-, 24-, 32-channel output
- This machine has 24-channel decoding and 24-channel output capabilities
- Each channel can carry out 20 groups of PEQ settings
- Possibility to set multiple speakers to emit the same channel sound
- Possibility to freely define multi-channel analog output terminals
- Possible use with REW software for full manual testing
- Support Dirac Live full set of automatic test functions
- With signal generator, detachable USB microphone
- Supports all next-generation multi-channel audio specifications
- The latest version has evolved into a new generation of MK3
You can read the original article on Taiwan’s popular AV forum Audionet.