Reviews and tests
We could talk for hours about the motivation we put into designing our products, the technical challenges we face or the quality level we set ourselves to make these products unique and so special to us.
Ultimately, the verdict comes from the press, from music lovers and from the users who make our products their own.
So we feel it is important to share what this community has to say about our products, with a selection of articles and videos.
Wattson Audio Madison review by Joël Chevassus
on Audiophile Magazine - France (french)
A small concentrate of technology at the right price, that's what will reconcile with high fidelity those who gave up a long time ago to devote all their savings to it, and maybe also attract the younger generations towards a type of device in phase with its time and with their concerns.
on fairaudio.de - Germany (german)
The midrange is rich and expressive, the bass fascinating, and the high frequencies silky smooth. It is rare to find all these qualities in one device, even among high-end devices. Furthermore, the realistic three-dimensional effect and the total absence of background noise prove the distortion-free sound of the Wattson Audio ANALOG.
Deux petits appareils à connaître
on Tendances Electroniques et Design - Canada (french)
For these two products, the manufacturer Wattson preferred to put the money where it counts, i.e. on reliability, ease of use, manufacturing quality and above all on the precision of the synchronisation clocks.
Test Wattson Audio Madison
on High Fidelity Magazine - Poland (english)
The Madison shows the company’s unique view of music, which becomes an uninterrupted sequence, a dense transfer rather than a collection of sounds with the tested device. That's why I used the word "analog" to describe it. There is bass in it, there is density, there is fluidity.
Emerson DIGITAL, sensationally small
on Stereopluss - Norway (norwegian)
It is evident after only a few minutes of listening that the manufacturer has a good understanding of the digital signal flow through the unit, resulting not only in a good and engaging musical experience, but also a superb high-resolution graphic with excellent focus on particular voices and instruments at the front of the soundstage.
Emerson ANALOG review by Hans Beekhuyzen
on The Hans Beekhuyzen Channel - The Netherlands (english)
Ease of use and audio quality go hand in hand with this network renderer. The Emerson Analog is well engineered, for the sound quality is very balanced over all specs. Judging by the sound it is done very well.