Featured Products

Chord Cable Company – UK GroundARAY


The GroundARAY is a next-generation high-frequency-noise-reduction device that connects to unused sockets on hi-fi and/or audiovisual equipment providing a low-impedance route for HF noise to pass through, directly improving the noise floor of the ‘host’ product.

The GroundARAY is a cylindrical design made from precision CNC-machined thick-walled aluminum; the thick walls themselves stop the device from contributing HF noise. Available in multiple termination options, including USB A, RCA, DIN, XLR, BNC, RJ45, HDMI, for a wide range of digital and analogue devices, the GroundARAY benefits from five separate noise-reduction systems, all working across different HF noise ranges and operating in parallel to convert undesirable HF electrical noise into heat.

The advanced technologies provide a very low-impedance, high-bandwidth route for HF noise to pass into, effectively ‘pulling’ noise from the signal ground of the host equipment.

GroundARAY: built from the ground up

Each GroundARAY is painstakingly built by hand at Chord Company’s Wiltshire factory, including the system components themselves. The GroundARAY comprises a number of absorption devices, attached with a highly advanced double ultra-high-bandwidth connector system. The connectors are made to a very high standard, demanding time-consuming hand-assembly by factory technicians.

Each GroundARAY cylinder is filled with a carefully chosen material to deaden noise. The final assembly is then locked into place to reduce any effects from acoustic vibration.

GroundARAYs are most effective when used across several devices in a system. The devices simply plug into existing empty sockets and can be used individually, or in multiples, such as across left and right outputs etc. With DACs and streamers, GroundARAYs can be used with unused digital inputs; projectors and screens can also benefit from the noise-reduction effects, too.

Highly recommended to realize & obtain maximum capabilities of your system components.

Demo sets are available for in home auditions from MKoM, Toronto.


Diva II SP

“The Diva II SP may look near identical to the more affordable Diva II, but in practice, the SP is streets ahead of its already impressive junior sibling. Greater tonal depth, vastly improved detail retrieval, and an immaculate sense of timing ensure riveting listening.”
– Deon Schoeman

“The music played by the Avid Diva II SP offered a quality that was surprisingly effective and bursting with style. Certainly, when the Diva II SP is not hampered by tonearm/cartridge bottlenecks, it offers superb sound quality and great value for money.”                                                                                                                                   – Paul Rigby, The Audiophile Man

The Avid HiFi Diva II SP Turntable is available for your listening pleasure exclusively within the Greater Toronto area at My Kind of Music.

Avid Hifi – UK Pulsare II Phono Stage

Pulsare II

For over a decade Avid HiFi phono stages have a set new benchmark for musical enjoyment. Preceding Avid’s own designs, many suitors have tried and whilst offering excellent technical performance, they lacked realism. We call it shear power, that feeling of presence, solidity and drive that separates just listening to HiFi with that feeling of being in the presence of the live performance.

“The AVID Pulsare II is the best phono amp that I have ever heard”
– Paul Rigby

The Avid HiFi Pulsare II reference phono stage is available for your listening pleasure exclusively within the Greater Toronto area at My Kind of Music.

Avid HiFi UK, Ingenium P&P

Ingenium Plug & Play

Since its introduction in 2013, the Ingenium has been winning awards globally and become the benchmark for entry level audiophile players. With the increased popularity of vinyl, especially with novice customers and younger enthusiasts, in 2018 we raised the bar yet again of this popular design.

Ingenium Plug & Play builds on its predecessor, retaining many features, making some aesthetic improvements and a more straightforward installation. Complete with quality fitted tonearm and cartridge, it is ready to use within ten minutes…. really Plug & Play

“Product of the Year in the Turntable category”
– Jeff Dorgay

Available exclusively for your listening pleasure at MKoM, Toronto

Q Acoustics Concept 500

Founded in 2006, Q Acoustics quickly built a reputation for designing and manufacturing class-leading loudspeakers. Concept 500 is the culmination of Q Acoustics continual evolution and refinement resulting in what we believe is sonic perfection.

Available exclusively for your listening pleasure at My Kind of Music, Toronto.

Goldring Ethos SE

Goldring, introduces Ethos SE – a special edition of its award-winning Ethos model. Sitting at the very top of Goldring’s range of moving coil cartridges, Ethos SE combines uncompromising engineering with unique new features to produce a cartridge of exquisite sound reproduction capabilities.

Thanks to a raft of exclusive and carefully engineered upgrades – including pure silver coils, low reluctance pole shoes and a black anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum body – Ethos SE sets entirely new standards in terms of detail retrieval, channel separation and low coloration. Even when judged against cartridges costing a great deal more, this new special edition cartridge delivers a totally immersive, thrillingly complete musical experience – which has always been the Goldring Ethos.

Available exclusively for your listing pleasure at MKoM, Toronto

Oracle Audio Delphi MKVII

Oracle MKVI TT

“With the improvements in the bearing, and especially with the addition of the silicone damping system, the Mk.VII edition not only retains the Oracle Delphi’s position as one of the most beautiful turntables in the world; it reestablishes it as a formidable contender in and well beyond its price class.”

-Michael Fremer, Stereophile March 2010

Since 1979, Oracle Audio has been producing state-of-the-art stereo components. Oracle’s first turntable, the AC model, introduced new features and technologies to the analog world. Oracle’s Delphi MkI was introduced in 1980. The new Delphi MkVI is the sixth edition of the Delphi’s line heritage. Through the years the Delphi won numerous prestigious awards and it has been acclaimed worldwide! The Delphi MkVI was awarded the Analog Grand Prix 2010 Gold Award from Japan, more recently Enjoy the Music.com’s Best of 2014 Blue Note Award. To this day the Delphi is still Oracle’s flagship product and still serves as a reference in the analog community!

Using the finest components and design technologies, the Oracle Delphi MkVI is exquisite in all aspects. Like its predecessors the Delphi MkVII is supported by three suspension pillars to efficiently control unwanted vibrations. It harbours a massive belt-driven platter that uses a centre clamp system first introduced by Oracle back in 1979. The Delphi’s floating chassis, milled from solid billets of aluminum, is an extremely rigid and inert structure supporting the tonearm and the platter. While the fabrication process of the Delphi is one of minute precision its development process is one of science and emotion; to bring out all of the music’s depth and detail. Truly the Delphi MkVII is a work of art!

“The engineering involved in the Oracle is as unique as its styling and the constructional standards are in the Mercedes class – the best !”   – Hi Fi Answers, England.

The Delphi is a remarkably handsome work of art. Clearly a refinement over its predecessors, the new Mk VI is engineered to a level that the industry is invited to emulate.


Musical Fidelity LS3/5A Monitor Loudspeakers



They’re Back….and we are very glad they are!

The LS3/5A was originally designed for listening places where space was limited, like mobile control rooms for television. The goal was a linear frequency response down to 100Hz with an excellent sound quality.

Due to the closed type cabinet, the LS3/5A convinces with its clear and fast playback. As the speaker was designed to be used for studio applications, the mid-range is extremely detailed and realistic. The sound stage and imaging of vocals and instruments is truly extraordinary. The LS3/5A works best in a near/mid-field listening distance between two and four meters away from the listener.

Over the years, the LS3/5A became an industry standard for music studios, especially for classical recordings. It also quickly gained interest in the audiophile sector. Due to the small size, the LS3/5A is the perfect fit for small living rooms. Do not get fooled by the size: The speaker surprises with a lot of low end information. Due to the closed type design, the bass is quick and perfectly defined, compared to a bass reflex speaker.

The LS3/5A was produced by several speaker manufacturers over many decades already. The Musical Fidelity A1 was always the perfect partner with its Class A amplification. The result was an astonishing clear, detailed and warm sound stage.

Available in Toronto for your listening pleasure at My Kind of Music.

Musical Fidelity A1 Integrated Amplifier

A1 – The return of a true hi-fi classic

In Hi-Fi, the Musical Fidelity A1 has become one of the most classic designs – inside and out. First released back in 1985, it quickly made waves for being an absolute beast when it came down to driving some of the most difficult speakers of that time, even though it was actually a rather low powered integrated amplifier. But: it was all done in pure Class A with excellent and expertly laid out discrete symmetrical circuitry topology and using only highest quality components. The A1 showed people that there was more to amplifiers than just high power.

Based on its huge success, the A1 has gone through multiple reissues and new versions over the years.

Now for 2023, for the first time since its initial release we have actually kept all specifications, the appearance and circuits of the 1985 rendition for those who missed out the first time. With an updated transformer, power supplies and modern low noise components we’ve revitalized the formula and are proud to reintroduce the fresh original – three decades later.

Available in Toronto for your listening pleasure at My Kind of Music.

Parks Audio Puffin Phono Stage

What’s a Puffin?

The Puffin is simply a next-generation phono preamp with a wide range of gain settings which allows easy system matching for all carts and sound systems. The wide selection of tone controls then make it a breeze to tweak the sound to perfection. The proof is in the Puffin.

Who is Parks Audio?

Puffins are designed, assembled, and tested in our Pacific Northwest family-owned facility. Our owner, Shannon Parks, draws on his expertise in state-of-the-art electronics – and his love for high-quality audio – for designs our customers tell us are simply the best available.
And they appreciate his personal feedback/advice about their audio system configurations. We have thousands of customers worldwide who have come to expect the best from Parks Audio, and get it! 

Available for your listening pleasure at My Kind of Music, Toronto

For vinyl lovers everywhere,
the Puffin does it all.

*   NEW! MAGIC gently attenuates your records pops and clicks making your LPs sound better than ever
*   NEW! Adjust your cartridge’s azimuth for better stereo and mono
*   Dial in your sound using Tilt, Air, Treble, Bass, and BassBoost
*   Twenty gain settings from -4dB (CD) to 72dB (MC) w/ 40dB (MM) default
*   Over 500 adjustable phono settings for LPs and 78s
*   Volume control with cueing mute
*   Modes are Stereo, Mono, Left and Right
*   Apply transfer functions like tube (2H) and tape (3H)
*   Recall default settings (CD, MM, MC) and save your own
*   Traditional analog inputs and outputs (RCA type)
*   Suggested initial settings for many cartridges
*   Mod your Puffin with a digital coax output (SPDIF)