When we introduced our very first products at the end of 2019, we were pleased with our work and hoped that reviewers and audiophiles would be too. It didn’t take long to find out: In just 45 days, our first review was published, and it was a “rave.” Since then, we’ve increased our line to a total of seven products, all with the same underlying philosophy of: “Hear the music, not the cables” (Or, in the case of the Power8, “…not the AC Power Box”). That must be working because now, after just a single year in business, our products are in the homes of Hi-Fi enthusiasts and in the “reference” systems of reviewers everywhere, and five of our seven products have earned top performance awards – some more than once, with more soon to be on the way.
11-20-2020 | By Editors at Positive Feedback | Issue 112
RSX was proud to learn that 3 of our products were selected as top winners by writers for the “17th Annual Positive Feedback Writers’ Choice Awards For 2020”. The three products selected were the BEYOND Power Cord, The BEYOND Phono Cable and the Power8 Power Box.
“After celebrating 55 years as an audiophile, I have never seen a company begin with so many products achieving top performance right out of the gate. With Roger Skoff’s extraordinary taste levels and time honored engineering genius, I really should not be surprised. Congratulations Roger and RSX Technologies.”
RSX was even prouder to learn that two of our products earned the most prestigious award that Positive Feedback Online gives out – the Brutus Award. David W. Robinson singled out our MAX™ Power Cord and Power8™ power box as two of his choices for this great honor.
“In my months with the MAX Power Cable and Power8, used in our reference office/desktop room (the MAX plugged from the wall AC receptacle to the Power8, and all other components connected via other cables to the Power8), this RSX Technologies combination actually surprised me. I didn’t know what to expect, but the RSX provided an extraordinary transparency on the power side of the ledger. I listened, but couldn’t hear that the sound of the attached components was anything better than faster, arising out of a quieter noise floor, but with no additional sonic signature. I consider the results to be phenomenal, especially at their price points. The MAX Power Cable that I’m listening to is $1850 MSRP for a six-footer 15A IEC, while the Power8 runs a relatively mere MSRP of $429 for the 15A IEC model. A total of $2279 for some first-rate power distribution that does no audio editorializing.”