Five

The FIVE is the slimmest floor-standing speaker in its range. But don’t let its discreet elegant appearance fool you: whether on wall or floor the FIVE offers Ologe’s dynamic, lossless, instantaneous response, and broad three-dimensional soundstage with a bass response as powerful and punchy as speakers much larger…

Ten

TEN is an industry breakthrough. With the flip of the Active/Passive driver mode switch you can instantaneously personalize your TEN listening experience. In active mode the monitor has better linear frequency response and the best dynamic range–it’s more digital. In passive, the amplifier’s signal drives the magnets for more “musical” analog production of the mid and low-ranges…

Twenty

TWENTY is the Ologe sub-woofer. The bass range of the ZERO through TEN is outstanding, but for the consumer who simply must have the best of everything we offer the TWENTY. Building a system of Ologe speakers around a TWENTY means you might just be as obsessive about sound as we are…

A Vision of Jazz: Francis Wolff and Blue Note Records - Kyotographie 2015

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Francis Wolff
A Vision of Jazz : Francis Wolff and Blue Note Records
SHIMADAI GALLERY KYOTO

Francis Wolff: The Jazz World’s Legendary Photographer
In addition to bringing to the world the sparkling performances of Art Blakey, John Coltrane, Thelonius Monk, and many other renowned musicians, the iconic modern jazz label Blue Note Records also delighted music and art lovers with the photography of Francis Wolff (1907-1971) appearing on its record sleeves. Whilst managing the business, Wolff took photographs during countless live performances and recording sessions, creating a magical visual record of the jazz world and its outlook. This year’s KYOTOGRAPHIE will feature photographic prints by Wolff from the 50s and 60s alongside the equally accomplished work of the graphic designer Reid Miles (1927-1993), both forming a precious visual archive on its first visit to Japan from its home in New York. Also on the festival program will be a live event featuring Shuya Okino’s DJ group, KYOTO JAZZ MASSIVE.

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Twenty

TWENTY is the Ologe sub-woofer. The bass range of the ZERO through TEN is outstanding, but for the consumer who simply must have the best of everything we offer the TWENTY. Building a system of Ologe speakers around a TWENTY means you might just be as obsessive about sound as we are…

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Ten

TEN is an industry breakthrough. With the flip of the Active/Passive driver mode switch you can instantaneously personalize your TEN listening experience. In active mode the monitor has better linear frequency response and the best dynamic range–it’s more digital. In passive, the amplifier’s signal drives the magnets for more “musical” analog production of the mid and low-ranges…

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Pressed for Sound: Ned Goodwin

In fine restaurants and wine bars across Tokyo, one man’s name is uttered in hush reverence by patrons and staff alike. His name is Ned Goodwin and he is Japan’s lone Wine Master, an individual with a PhD-level education in the fine arts of oenology, the process of wine-making and the fine study of wines.