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  • Tutorial: Mixing With Separation EQ & Compression

    Platinum Audiolab - Blog
    platinum
    3 Jul 2014 | 4:55 pm
    In this tutorial we will look at blending all of the elements that make up a track by using some basic EQ separation between individual tracks in a mix. We also touch upon using sidechained multiband compression to further distinguish parts in the mix which may otherwise conflict with eachother. In particular, we look closely at separating the Kick Drum from the Bass Instrument so that each can stand out and be clearly defined in the mix.
  • New Infographic: 8 of the World’s Most Expensive Headphones

    Picky Ear
    Hogni
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:03 pm
    We would love for you to share this infographic! This is an infographic that shows 8 of the most expensive headphones in the world. These are headphones that you can actually purchase. Not just some diamond-stacked-jewellery headphones. The prices range from $1,399, all the way up to $5,495. This list in not meant to be […] The post New Infographic: 8 of the World’s Most Expensive Headphones appeared first on Picky Ear.
  • Oculus Rift Crescent Bay Prototype Adds 360 Degree Head Tracking Audio

    Enjoy The Music.com
    25 Sep 2014 | 3:55 am
    Oculus Rift's new Crescent Bay prototype now includes faster video refresh frame rate and 360 degree head tracking audio! The company licensed technology from RealSpace3D for their audio technology since it provides for high fidelity VR audio by combining HRTF spatialization and integrated reverberation algorithms.
  • Older people hear music better

    Audio Federation
    Mike
    28 Sep 2014 | 3:13 pm
    Older people hear music better and there is hope for high-end audio as the earbud-wearing, cheap-headphone-toting kids grow older and start to hear more and more nuances and finer details of the music they are listening to Some think we heard better when we were younger. I used to think YES. This is exactly right. That music sounded glorious in our teens because we could hear harmonics better. So even inferior stereo systems sounded Grrreat. [Boy, did they!] That we spend our later years having to build systems with more and more resolution and harmonic content because we have a hard…
  • Q&A with Journey FOH Engineer: Studio Sound on a Grand Scale  What It Takes to Translate Studio Rehearsals into Live Shows

    Meyer Sound Stories
    18 Sep 2014 | 9:17 am
    Before embarking on a 40-city summer tour co-headlining with the Steve Miller Band, Journey spent nearly a month in intensive rehearsals at Fantasy Recording Studios in Berkeley. While honing his mix in a world-class studio was a pleasure for Journey FOH engineer Jim Yakabuski, the experience presented an implicit challenge. How do you take what you hear in a controlled studio and recreate the mix in a high-energy live concert environment, and deliver a consistent listening experience show after show despite the nightly variables? In this Q&A, Yakabuski reviews the tools and techniques he…
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    AUDIO SOUND - Yahoo News Search Results

  • Bionic Ear Due Soon

    30 Sep 2014 | 11:38 am
    STMicroelectronics collaborates with two companies on a bionic ear that users wears 24/7 to enhance and control their audio experience.
  • Waves Debuts Everything Audio Live from YouTube Space LA

    30 Sep 2014 | 10:13 am
    TEL AVIV, Israel, Sept. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Waves Audio, a leading provider of digital signal processing software and hardware solutions, announces its new web program, Everything Audio, streaming live from YouTube Space LA. With new episodes added on a regular basis, the show will present a wide spectrum of audio-related content appealing to everyone from audio professionals and ...
  • Barco teams with IOSONO for 3D sound

    30 Sep 2014 | 10:10 am
    Barco is adding the team of 3D audio expert IOSONO and its assets to the Barco family
  • Audio Processor supports HD voice communications.

    30 Sep 2014 | 5:58 am
    Powered by AcuEdge™ acoustic technology with echo canceller, Timberwolf ZL38040 provides noise reduction for HD audio speaker phone and IP phone applications. Device combines DSP with voice specific hardware accelerators, 3 digital microphone interfaces, 2 independent 16-bit DACs with headphone drivers, and 2 flexible TDM interfaces in single 64-pin QFN package. Processor supports 44.1/48 ...
  • You can now mute audio in Chrome with a single click

    30 Sep 2014 | 3:51 am
    Have you encountered situations before where audio suddenly starts to play in your web browser of choice without you clicking on a play button? This can be extremely frustrating, especially if you have opened multiple sites in rapid succession. It happens because websites start to autoplay audio, either in the form of an embedded video or audio file, when a site gets loaded in the browser ...
 
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    AUDIO SOUND - Bing News

  • Barco teams with IOSONO for 3D sound

    30 Sep 2014 | 3:23 am
    Leading digital-cinema company Barco is adding the team of 3D audio expert IOSONO and its assets to the Barco family to further enhance and customize its object-based immersive sound technology. Wilfried Van Baelen, CEO of Barco partner Auro Technologies ...
  • Waves Debuts Everything Audio Live from YouTube Space LA

    30 Sep 2014 | 3:22 am
    the show will present a wide spectrum of audio-related content appealing to everyone from audio professionals and sound hobbyists to everyday consumers and technology enthusiasts. Topics will range from pro audio and live sound to musical instrument audio ...
  • You can now mute audio in Chrome with a single click

    29 Sep 2014 | 8:39 pm
    All that it takes now is to click on the audio indicator to mute the sound. Enable the feature Please note that the feature is not available for Beta or Stable Chrome installations currently. It is however likely that the feature will land in those ...
  • Waves Debuts Everything Audio Live

    29 Sep 2014 | 4:01 pm
    the show will present a wide spectrum of audio-related content appealing to everyone from audio professionals and sound hobbyists to everyday consumers and technology enthusiasts. Topics will range from pro audio and live sound to musical instrument audio ...
  • David MacMillan to Be Honored by Cinema Audio Society

    29 Sep 2014 | 12:37 pm
    Born in Northern Ireland, Macmillan began his career in sound more than 50 years ago in Canada ... He is a member of the Cinema Audio Society, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
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    Stereophile.com

  • NY Audio Show 2014: Michael Fremer's Turntable Seminar

    John Atkinson
    30 Sep 2014 | 10:58 am
    Billed as “Michael Fremer’s Ultimate Turntable Set-up Demo,” the final seminar at the Brooklyn show once again revealed that the editor of AnalogPlanet.com and Stereophile columnist has, as you might say, “large attachments.” I find setting up a phono cartridge the most stressful of audio-related activities, and that’s in the quiet of my home, with no pressure and all the time in the world. By contrast, Michael does it in public, with the clock ticking, an audience watching, and a high-definition video system showing a close-up of every move on the screen above and behind him.
  • NY Audio Show 2014: Sunday Morning

    John Atkinson
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:16 am
    Reliable readers of show reports will remember Robert Lighton as a successful designer and manufacturer of furniture who, a few years ago, turned his enthusiasm for domestic audio in general and Audio Note gear in particular into a side career by putting his own imprint on the basic Audio Note loudspeaker formula. Robert Lighton Audio of New York City has now progressed to designing and manufacturing its own high-efficiency loudspeakers, including the two-way RL5 ($10,000/pair)—the solid sapele mahogany enclosure of which is seen here in Robert's hands—and to having Audio Note UK…
  • NY Audio Show 2014: Saturday afternoon

    John Atkinson
    29 Sep 2014 | 11:44 am
    Halfway through the show I called home, and my wife informed me that the plumbing in the downstairs bathroom was clogged, and the dog had gone outside and rolled around in something dead. And she wondered: Was I having a nice time? It was time for me to pick up the pace. Sony demonstrated a pair of their AR1 loudspeakers ($27,000/pair), driven with a pair of Sony's Nelson Pass-designed 40th Anniversary VFET monoblocks and hooked up with Kimber Kables; the source component was a sample of the Sony HAP-Z1ES media player ($1999.99) that so impressed Kal Rubinson. The system did a fine, explicit…
  • Live Web Streaming Wednesday of Jazz in the New Harmonic

    John Atkinson
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:13 am
    Come Wednesday evening, October 1, at 7:30pm EDT, jazz lovers throughout the greater New York City environs—that includes Brooklyn—will flock to Jazz at Lincoln Center to groove to triple Grammy-nominated composer/pianist David Chesky's quintet, Jazz in the New Harmonic. Folks unable to join Stereophile editor John Atkinson and others in the audience for the first show, or the second at 9:30pm, can listen to a live stream of the initial set here. Chesky and his two-year old ensemble—Javon Jackson, tenor saxophone; Jeremy Pelt, trumpet; Billy Drummond, drums (footnote 1); and…
  • NY Audio Show 2014: Saturday Morning

    John Atkinson
    28 Sep 2014 | 4:16 pm
    Saturday dawned hot and bright—unnaturally so for the end of September—and showgoers showed up well before the 10:00am starting time: So much for my hopes of getting a jump on the crowds. Still I went for an early listen at the room shared by Volti Audio, Raven Audio, and Triode Wire Labs. The price of the three-way, fully-horn-loaded Volti Vittora loudspeaker ($21,500/pair without optional ELF subwoofer) has risen slightly since I wrote about it a year or so ago—yet it still endures as perhaps the best bargain in US-made hi-fi. The Vittoras sounded as engaging as ever in a…
 
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    Computer Audiophile

  • New Windows 9/TH

    Udayan
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:58 am
    Hi, I heard through the grape wine that maybe Windows 9 will be free for W8 users... But do you already have some info about its compatibility with our music players and drivers ? Udayan
  • Loss of SQ with Restore via Time Machine?

    xtaljo
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:11 am
    I use ALAC files when I store my music in iTunes (converted from 16 and 24 bit FLAC files on an external HD). I also backup the iTunes library using a separate HD with Time Machine. My question is do I loose any sound quality (due to lossy compression?) if I ever have to restore my iTunes music library using Time Machine? If so is there a better way to externally store the Apple Library files? My apologies if this has been covered before, I am a new member and still learning the ropes.
  • Audirvana+ 2.02

    Nico
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:27 pm
    After more than 770 posts, maybe it's worth to start a new thread for Audirvana+2.0. Sorry, if I am wrong with this. Does anybody know how to edit/write the tag BPM?
  • Pink Floyd - Endless River ("the lost album") at Qobuz

    jtm
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:54 pm
    To all Pink Floyd fans - the "lost album" appeared on Qobuz with a release date of Nov 7th, available in 96/24 !
  • Benchmark Dac2 HGC - Problems - Shall I use something other than USB?

    zenpmd
    29 Sep 2014 | 12:36 pm
    I am running into problems with my Benchmark, in that it won't connect properly from a cold boot, meaning that if both computer and it are off, when I turn them both on (doesnt matter which order), the benchmark wont play. Only once booted, and then reboooted, does it allow me to play. With all the issues with USB, plus my concern that plugging a 2.0 max device into a 3.0 socket is less than ideal, I am considering therefore coaxial. How does that work with a PC as my transport? Thanks!
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    Meyer Sound Stories

  • Fox Sound Service Invests in Italy's First Meyer Sound LYON System

    29 Sep 2014 | 9:18 am
    Fox Sound Service has purchased the first Meyer Sound LYON linear sound reinforcement system in Italy. Adding to Fox Sound's large Meyer Sound inventory of more than 170 loudspeakers, the LYON system has supported a range of classical, rock, and dance events across the country.
  • One-Man Band Ed Sheeran Wins Over Arena Crowds with Meyer Sound LEO and LYON

    23 Sep 2014 | 2:22 pm
    With a Meyer Sound LEO and LYON linear sound reinforcement system supporting just his vocal, acoustic guitar, and loop pedal, singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has single-handedly captivated 10,000-plus crowds on his latest world tour. Among the many concert reviewers impressed by how well Sheeran's one-man show translated in a large arena, Katie Atkinson of Billboard writes: "He had the crowd wrapped around his finger, and the booming sound to pack an arena with just an acoustic guitar and his voice."
  • Meyer Sound LYON at Boston Calling Festival: A System that Can "Take the Audience Anywhere"

    23 Sep 2014 | 2:21 pm
    Meyer Sound systems made sure the two main stages at Boston Calling Music Festival were loud and clear. On the Red Stage, the LYON linear sound reinforcement system made an impression on the FOH engineers, many mixing on this new Meyer Sound system for the first time.
  • Q&A with Journey FOH Engineer: Studio Sound on a Grand Scale  What It Takes to Translate Studio Rehearsals into Live Shows

    18 Sep 2014 | 9:17 am
    Before embarking on a 40-city summer tour co-headlining with the Steve Miller Band, Journey spent nearly a month in intensive rehearsals at Fantasy Recording Studios in Berkeley. While honing his mix in a world-class studio was a pleasure for Journey FOH engineer Jim Yakabuski, the experience presented an implicit challenge. How do you take what you hear in a controlled studio and recreate the mix in a high-energy live concert environment, and deliver a consistent listening experience show after show despite the nightly variables? In this Q&A, Yakabuski reviews the tools and techniques he…
  • Meyer Sound LEO Family Powers Twin Stages at Osheaga and Heavy Montreal

    17 Sep 2014 | 10:38 am
    This summer, music fans took over Montreal for two of Canada's largest music festivals: Osheaga and Heavy Montreal. With Meyer Sound LEO Family loudspeaker systems on two side-by-side stages reinforcing headliners from Outkast and Lorde to Metallica, the exceptional crowd energy once again proved that Montreal was the place to be for summer festivals.
 
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    Adobe Audition

  • What’s new in Audition CC 2014.1? HiDPI, iXML, and exciting improvements!

    durin
    7 Sep 2014 | 8:45 pm
    I’m excited to reveal this sneak peek at what’s coming in the next update for Adobe Audition CC 2014. The first thing you’ll notice is a dramatic new interface update, with support for high pixel density (HiDPI) displays.  A new UI modernizes the look and feel of all Adobe digital video and audio applications, sporting flat icons, cleaner panels, and high-visibility highlights for better component and panel focus.  HiDPI support means those of you with retina or high-resolution displays will see sharper, defined icons and components, reducing eye fatigue and enabling…
  • Audition CC 2014.0.1 Patch released

    durin
    4 Aug 2014 | 8:50 am
    Next time you open Creative Cloud, you’ll see an update for Audition CC 2014 available! Unfortunately, there are no new features tucked away in here, but there are some important bug fixes our team identified after the release in June that we wanted to get out ASAP. Most important, there are improvements to Crash Recovery which ensure your content is safe and secure in the event of a crash. We also fixed a long-standing, tricky little bug that prevented some OS X users from launching in the event of some corrupted or unexpected system fonts. Please update when you have the chance, and…
  • New Add-ons marketplace for Audition

    durin
    7 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    I wanted to share a new service available with the 2014 release of Audition CC, a third-party add-ons marketplace.  This online store offers third-party content, training, and services that support Adobe applications, and enables our users to market their own add-on content as well.  Currently, this includes Learn Adobe Audition CC, a video training course by Larry Jordan, and several amazing sound effects bundles produced by Precisionsound, with more free and paid content on the way! You can visit Adobe Exchange by clicking this link, or by choosing Help > Browse Add-Ons… in the…
  • 2014 release of Adobe Audition CC now available

    Eric Philpott
    18 Jun 2014 | 12:16 pm
    We’re delighted to announce that the 2014 release of Adobe Audition CC is now available. The new version includes features such as native Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus support, new multichannel options, and multitrack usability improvements drawn directly from customer requests. You can read more about the new features in our earlier blog post from NAB 2014. This Audition CC release is part of a much larger Adobe Creative Cloud release, including new 2014 versions of all of the desktop apps, new mobile apps, expanded integration, and more. Read more about the Creative Cloud release…
  • Sneak Peek: Upcoming new features in Adobe Audition CC!

    durin
    1 Apr 2014 | 9:03 pm
    The next major update of Adobe Audition CC is almost ready and on its way to a computer near you! I’d like to share what’s new with this release!  Read below, or view the sneak peak video on Adobe TV! One of our primary themes with this release has been improving Multichannel audio workflows and to this extent, we’re excited to unveil native import and export of Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus audio files! No need for expensive plug-ins or additional licensing hoops, these multichannel transfer and delivery formats are as easy as opening an MP3. Dolby Digital (AC-3)…
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    Audio Federation

  • Older people hear music better

    Mike
    28 Sep 2014 | 3:13 pm
    Older people hear music better and there is hope for high-end audio as the earbud-wearing, cheap-headphone-toting kids grow older and start to hear more and more nuances and finer details of the music they are listening to Some think we heard better when we were younger. I used to think YES. This is exactly right. That music sounded glorious in our teens because we could hear harmonics better. So even inferior stereo systems sounded Grrreat. [Boy, did they!] That we spend our later years having to build systems with more and more resolution and harmonic content because we have a hard…
  • Subwoofer THIS

    Mike
    25 Sep 2014 | 9:46 pm
    The subwoofer has an interesting role in high-end audio. I’ve been thinking about these beast ever since we started our new high-end audio subwoofers page in the Audiophile’s Guide to the Galaxy It is both loathed and reviled and cheered and loved with abandon. PRO 1. If your system is not flat to 20 Hz, then your system sucks. It is just for leettle boys. [Of course, at 100 dB, a subwoofer flat to 20 Hz... oh, excuse me, it says 15 Hz on the spec sheet, would have to be registered as a weapon of mass destruction. It would be hard to walk across the floor of most homes but at…
  • More high fidelity blogs to read. Ugh :-)

    Mike
    23 Sep 2014 | 2:35 pm
    Added More high fidelity blogs to the Audiophile’s Guide high-end audio blogs and magazines page. The featured photo is of HiFi Answers alternatively called Our Listeners Club. It seems to be the most opinionated and of most interest to me. The Poor Audiophile also has some good food for thought. Loving it. Great name by the way. Sound Perfection has a ton of reviews of Headphones and their paraphernalia. Kind of wish the index had links to the reviews… The Ear is a modern magazine type website – nice and helps us keep up with what is happening to our audio world which we…
  • Dark Star [Grayfolded]… Forever

    Mike
    23 Sep 2014 | 10:40 am
    The Grateful Dead playing Dark Star forever and ever and ever… Or. Are. They? [Dark Star] Grayfolded 1 & 2 – John Oswald Grateful Dead. As CDs or as 3-LP 180-gram set Let me pull some quotes from the Amazon comments: “What Oswald did was use parts of the Dead playing “Dark Star” to create his own piece.” “In some pressings of [CD] disc 2, there are three minutes of extra music hidden before the Multiple Garcias shout “transitive nightfall of diamonds”. “He has taken over a hundred hours of tapes from the Dead Vaults ,all of…
  • High-end Audio Super Tweeters

    Mike
    21 Sep 2014 | 1:36 pm
    We added a page for high-end audio super tweeters to the Audiophile’s Guide to the Galaxy. Super tweeters are high fidelity stand-alone devices that produce very high frequencies. They tpically [I would say] start at about about 5000 Hz and often rise to above 20,000 Hz. The help fill in high-frequency harmonics which in practice helps the midrange and other frequencies sound more authoritative and real – as well as adding the ‘air’ and ‘image solidity’ that one might expect. Thought there would be a large number of these. But if there are, they are hard to…
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    stupidDOPE

  • Listen: Troy Ave – Tuesday | Stream

    Jesse James
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:38 pm
    New York City’s own, Troy Ave, knows all about gettin’ down on a Tuesday and today he’s back to tell us all about it. The wordsmith is back with a dope new offering called “Tuesday” for our listening enjoyment, creating one hell of a track in the process. Driven by some refreshing melodies and some […] The post Listen: Troy Ave – Tuesday | Stream appeared first on stupidDOPE.
  • Get Your Kicks For A New Season: PUMA 2014 Fall/Winter Trinomic R698 | First Look

    Jesse James
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:36 pm
    The good folks over at Puma are back with a brand new selection kicks for the fall season. They return today with a stunning new collection for our enjoyment, giving us a first look today at the PUMA 2014 Fall/Winter Trinomic R698. The new collection plays host to the classic Trinomic build, while incorporating a […] The post Get Your Kicks For A New Season: PUMA 2014 Fall/Winter Trinomic R698 | First Look appeared first on stupidDOPE.
  • Listen: Fashawn – Golden State of Mind ft. Dom Kennedy | Stream

    Jesse James
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:18 pm
    Its a west coast thing as Fashawn and Dom Kennedy link up for a brand new track today. The fellas link up for the new track called “Golden State of Mind”, giving us a smooth, laid back, purely west coast vibe on this one. The track is driven by some highly contagious melodic elements and […] The post Listen: Fashawn – Golden State of Mind ft. Dom Kennedy | Stream appeared first on stupidDOPE.
  • New Style For The Season: KRISVANASSCHE 2014 Fall/Winter New Arrivals | First Look

    Jesse James
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:16 pm
    There is little that competes with the unique style and design work that comes from KRISVANASSACHE, and today they’re back! This time around we get a look at their latest line up, perfect timing for the new season as they drop off the KRISVANASSCHE 2014 Fall/Winter New Arrivals. This eye-catching new collection plays on the […] The post New Style For The Season: KRISVANASSCHE 2014 Fall/Winter New Arrivals | First Look appeared first on stupidDOPE.
  • Fix Your Face! The Montblanc Metamorphosis II | First Look

    Jesse James
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:50 pm
    Who really needs a good excuse to buy a stunning timepiece? Well not us, and today we get a look at one that will surely give you a great reason to spend money on another timepiece for the collection; the Montblanc Metamorphosis II. Today we get our first look at the Montblanc Metamorphosis II, which […] The post Fix Your Face! The Montblanc Metamorphosis II | First Look appeared first on stupidDOPE.
 
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    Onlinecarstereo.com - Car Audio - Video Blog

  • Best Prices on Pro-Audio and DJ Gears

    29 Sep 2014 | 10:07 am
    When it comes to Pro-Audio and DJ Gears, no competitor website comes close to our very low prices. New gears just landed so check out our wide selection of DJ Mixers, Turntables, Pro Audio PA System and a lot more Pro-Audio and DJ Accessories!   
  • Double Deals on JBL Car Audio Speakers

    24 Sep 2014 | 4:24 pm
    We just dropped our prices on JBL GT6-69 and JBL GT6-6 car speakers. This won't last! JBL GT6-69 JBL GT6-6
  • Last chance to save big on Car Speaker, Subwoofer and more Car Audio equipment

    17 Sep 2014 | 10:45 am
     Don't hold up on that upgrade any longer! With our rock bottom prices on tons of car audio and video products and accessories,  youll be silly putting off that much needed upgrade on your car's factory car stereo head units and speakers.
  • We now carry CCTV Security Camera's and DVRs!

    15 Sep 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Onlinecarstereo.com is proud to announce that we now carry a full line of quality assured CCTV products and Security Surveillance Systems ranging from CCTV Indoor/Outdoor Security  Cameras, Surveillance DVR recorders and Network Video Recorders. Start protecting your home or businesses now!
  • Rock Bottom Prices on Car Speaker and Subwoofers

    12 Sep 2014 | 2:38 pm
    Rock Bottom Prices + Coupon = Massive Discount!   So you can enjoy your weekend shopping, we threw in another 6% OFF on our already unbeatable Rock Bottom Prices. But wait!, we'll ship your order for free if you purchase $99 or more. No other online merchant can beat the prices of our car speaker and subwoofers.  Use coupon code: MASS14
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    eCoustics.com

  • BenQ eVolo Electrostatic Bluetooth Speaker

    Brian Mitchell
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:04 pm
    BenQ announced eVolo, the world’s first portable electrostatic wireless speaker, which has unique foldable metallic wings. Unlike conventional speakers, this speaker’s entire thin-film diaphragm is designed for bidirectional sound projection over a large surface area, radiating a high level of audio detail from every angle for a listening experience that is open yet intimate. An […]
  • Canon PowerShot G7 X Review

    TechRadar
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:45 am
    and features In the past, Canon has had a lot of success with its PowerShot G-series and PowerShot S-series of compact cameras, but in recent times models like the 12.2Mp Canon G16 have started to seem a bit too bulky and ugly. Both it and the sexier PowerShot S120 (which has the same sensor) […]
  • Nvidia Shield Tablet Review

    TechRadar
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    and performance Despite its problems, we actually liked Nvidia’s original Shield Android gaming handheld. Our biggest issue with it was that it was bulky and heavy. With rumors swirling around about a Shield 2, we were hoping to see a slimmer, lighter design. So consider us initially disappointed when we learned that the next […]
  • Canon PowerShot SX520 HS Review

    TechRadar
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    Overview The bridge camera sector of the market is one that continues to grow and expand, despite the relative downturn in the rest of the compact camera arena. These cameras are DSLR-like in shape and sometimes size, but find themselves within the compact camera area of the market because of the size of their sensor, […]
  • British Gas Hive Review

    TechRadar
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:22 am
    As the summer comes to an end, I’m mentally preparing myself for the onset of the cold weather, and the need for heating. With that in mind, I accepted the offer by British Gas to have its Hive smart thermostat installed. It is only logical to assume that this unusually long and pleasant summer […]
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    Sound & Vision

  • Dolby Atmos Firmware Update Now Available for Pioneer Receivers

    Bob Ankosko
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:33 am
    Pioneer has announced that a free firmware update enabling Dolby Atmos surround sound on three Elite SC receivers is now available for download at pioneerelectronics.com. The update applies to the SC-85 ($1,600), SC-87 ($2,000), and SC-89 ($3,000) 9.2-channel AV receivers.
  • JBL Authentics L16 Wireless Speaker System

    Bob Ankosko
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:12 pm
    Performance Features Ergonomics Value PRICE $1,000 AT A GLANCE Plus Serious drivers and power AirPlay, Bluetooth, DLNA Cool retro styling Minus Some connectors inconveniently located Bright tonal balance, though adjustable THE VERDICT JBL’s Authentics L16 is a powerful-sounding triple-threat wireless speaker system—oh, and it’s got a phono input. If you’re the type who likes to order the biggest hero (hoagie, grinder, po’ boy, or submarine depending on where you live) sandwich you can find with everything on it, JBL’s Authentics L16 may be just the wireless speaker for you. At…
  • Dolby Atmos Firmware Update Now Available for Onkyo Receivers

    Bob Ankosko
    29 Sep 2014 | 8:55 am
    Onkyo today announced that the firmware update enabling Dolby Atmos sound on three of its network AV receivers is now available. The free update is available via a network connection or USB download for the TX-NR636 ($699), TX-NR737 ($899), and TX-NR838 ($1,199) receivers. The NR636 and NR838 models are Sound & Vision 2014 Top Picks.
  • Bryston Mini T Speaker System

    Jon Iverson
    26 Sep 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Mini T Speaker System Performance Build Quality Value Mini T Subwoofer Performance Features Build Quality Value PRICE $8,881 (as tested) AT A GLANCE Plus Outstanding sonics and dynamic ability Impressive bass extension from Mini-T alone Made in Canada, not overseas Minus Requires substantial amplifier power for best performance Classic boxy designs won’t thrill everyone THE VERDICT They’re big, boxy, and expensive, but these speakers are world-class performers, top to bottom. Bryston’s new Mini T loudspeakers spoke to me early, even before I’d fully wrestled them out…
  • No Add App Takes Art Literally Underground

    Lauren Dragan
    25 Sep 2014 | 10:49 pm
    After attending the phenomenal David Bowie exhibit at the Chicago MCA last week, I’m finding myself acutely aware of how much I miss regular access to art. As a college student studying music, and even as a high schooler fortunate enough to attend fantastic humanities classes, every day had some form of exposure to artistic endeavors. But once out of school, if we want to experience art, we have to seek it out. While we have plenty of access to media, one could argue that art is a bit tougher to come by. Of course, there are galleries to visit, which is wonderful and needs to be preserved,…
 
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    RecordingHacks.com

  • AKG Acoustics P220

    29 Sep 2014 | 2:19 pm
    The P220 appears to be a reissue of the popular Perception 220. Both are fixed Cardioid condensers with solid-state, transformer-coupled circuits, and switchable pad and filter.The Perception 220 / P220 circuit is identical to that of the Neumann U87, albeit implemented primarily via surface-mount components. The specifications for the P220 differ from the older Perception 220 in two respects:The sensitivity of the P220 is slightly higher, 20mV/Pa vs 18mV/Pa.The frequency response of the P220 shows a bump in the lower frequencies, whereas the Perception 220 begins its low-frequency rolloff at…
  • Miktek PM9

    23 Sep 2014 | 8:38 pm
    The PM9 is a stage vocal microphone with a supercardioid polar pattern.The moving-coil cartridge is a custom design, according to Miktek, and was developed in parallel with the AMI output transformer to produce the desired voicing.The mic's body is made of die-cast metal. The grille is a multi-layer steel mesh.The PM9 ships with a storage case and a mic clip.Tags:dynamictransformer-coupledend-addresshandheldneodymiumamiThis profile of the Miktek PM9 is part of the microphone database and search engine at RecordingHacks.com. All content is ©2014 matthew mcglynn.
  • AKG Acoustics P820 Tube

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:58 pm
    The P820 is a reincarnation of the Perception 820 Tube microphone, with slightly different specs, a slightly revised circuit, and a black paint job.The mic has a large-diaphragm K67-type capsule, a tube-based impedance conversion circuit, and a transformer-coupled output. For more information, see the Perception 820 profile (linked from the sidebar).Tags:side-addressdual-diaphragmtubeexternally-biasedmultipatterntransformer-coupledcenter-terminatedcondenserhpfRelated microphones:AKG Acoustics Perception 820 Tube - The P820 is a rebadged and slightly improved version of the Perception 820.This…
  • Senal UB-440

    15 Sep 2014 | 10:25 pm
    The UB-440 is an electret condenser microphone with a fixed Cardioid polar pattern.Two switches on the microphone body independently enable a pad (-10db) and/or a high-pass filter (80Hz rolloff).A slider control on one side of the microphone controls the headphone volume. The 1/8-inch headphone jack allows monitoring of the mic input (zero latency), or an audio signal from the DAW. It is not clear from the manufacturer's website how the mix of direct to DAW signals is controlled.A slider on the other side of the microphone appears to control the mic's sensitivity. The onboard ADC runs at 16…
  • RØDE NT-USB

    15 Sep 2014 | 9:01 am
    The NT-USB is a 16-bit USB condener microphone, released in 2013 as part of Rode's successful NT series of studio microphones. Its circuit is described as a "JFET impedance converter with bipolar output buffer," which we interpret to mean that this is the same basic circuit as is found in the NT1 -- albeit coupled to an ADC converter.The ADC chip runs at 16 bits, 48 kHz.Despite the use of a 16-bit converter, self-noise on this microphone is very low -- lower than the Studio Projects LSM, in our testing, and nearly as low as several 24- bit microphones tested.The side of the microphone body…
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  • GameSoundCon Speakers, Attendees To Be Interviewed For Documentary 'Beep'

    30 Sep 2014 | 1:07 pm
    GameSoundCon announces that Karen Collins, a leading and prolific academic in the field of game audio, will bring her film crew to GameSoundCon, the premier game music and sound design conference, to cover the event and to interview attendees and speakers for the Kickstarter-funded documentary, 'Beep: A Documentary History of Video Game Music and Sound'. GameSoundCon 2014 will be held on October 7-8 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
  • Megadeth's David Ellefson Uses PreSonus Studio One Professional for Personal Projects

    30 Sep 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Megadeth bassist David Ellefson keeps busy with an impressive range of his own projects. His DAW of choice for these projects is PreSonus Studio One Professional.
  • Aphex Moves Its Headquarters to Salt Lake City

    29 Sep 2014 | 5:12 pm
    Pro audio brand Aphex announces that it has relocated its headquarters to Salt Lake City to increase operational efficiencies by being closer to parent company DWV Entertainment, as well as the core Aphex creative and engineering teams. The move was completed in September and includes the opening of a new Aphex warehouse in Utah to complement existing manufacturing and shipping facilities in California.
  • Production Mixer David Macmillan to Receive the CAS Career Achievement Award

    29 Sep 2014 | 4:47 pm
    Cinema Audio Society President David E. Fluhr, CAS, announces that the organization will honor Production Mixer David Macmillan, CAS, with the Cinema Audio Society’s highest accolade, the CAS Career Achievement Award. The award will be be presented on February 14, 2015, at the 51st CAS Awards in the Crystal Ballroom of the Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles.
  • Adder at Skywalker Sound

    29 Sep 2014 | 11:50 am
    Skywalker Sound’s efforts to connect editors, mixers and studios throughout its multi-room Marin County facility and across vast distances go back more than 20 years. The company was one of the first to embrace 512x512 routers in-house and was pioneering in its use of EDNet technology to connect its Bay Area and Southern California facilities back in the early to mid-1990s.
 
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  • NAHA Rock Legends Cruise 4

    30 Sep 2014 | 3:55 am
    Get ready to set sail as NAHA's Rock Legends Cruise 4 is about to leave port with ticket sales starting October 1. As the fourth installment of this rockin' event, taking place from January 21st to 25th, the Independence of the Seas sets sail from Ft. Lauderdale and will go to Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos with many major rock bands aboard.
  • iFi Audio iClub Membership Is Free

    30 Sep 2014 | 3:55 am
    Taking social to the next level is ifi Audio with their new iCLUB. As many already know, iFi Audio is one of the first companies to use social sites like Head-Fi to get feedback and design desires of their products before the unit is in final production.
  • HIFICRITIC's Newest Issue Now Available Online

    29 Sep 2014 | 4:55 am
    HIFICRITIC's Volume 8 No. 3 includes reviews of headphone amps, Antelope Zodiac Platinum DAC, Well Tempered Versalex turntable, Magico S3 speakers, Oppo PM1 and HA1, BW CM6 S2 speakers and many more exciting equipment reviews!
  • David Chesky's Jazz Band Will Be Streamed Live Online

    29 Sep 2014 | 4:55 am
    David Chesky will have his upcoming Lincoln Center performance streamed live online! Best known for a contemporary style that combines elements of jazz and Latin music, with more traditional classical components, David Chesky will be performing with his new group called Jazz In The New Harmonic. The performance is Wednesday, Oct 1 at 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time.
  • Oculus Rift Crescent Bay Prototype Adds 360 Degree Head Tracking Audio

    25 Sep 2014 | 3:55 am
    Oculus Rift's new Crescent Bay prototype now includes faster video refresh frame rate and 360 degree head tracking audio! The company licensed technology from RealSpace3D for their audio technology since it provides for high fidelity VR audio by combining HRTF spatialization and integrated reverberation algorithms.
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  • Audio News for September 30, 2014

    johnsunier
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:01 am
    The Film Detective to Release 10-20 Restored Classic Films Monthly – The Film Detective, launched this month, restores and distributes digitally-remastered classic film programming for TV, DVD, Blu-ray, VOD and other digital platforms. The plan to release 10-20 titles per month as well as synidicate worldwide thru broadcast, VOD and leading ovie portals. There will later be a classic movie subscription service on a VOD platform, featuring a verteran movie host. The Film Detective has more then 3000 titles and many will be resoted in HD. Original artwork is available for most, and DVDs…
  • Bobby Hutcherson – Total Eclipse – Blue Note (vinyl reissue)

    johnsunier
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:01 am
    Bobby Hutcherson – Total Eclipse – Blue Note (1968) BST 8429/ 2014B0020431-01 stereo vinyl, 40:32 ****: (Bobby Hutcherson – vibes; Harold Land – tenor saxophone, flute; Chick Corea – piano; Reggie Johnson – double bass; Joe Chambers – drums) It is not surprising that Bobby Hutcherson became a vibraphonist after listening to Milt Jackson. He adopted some of the improvisational fluidity of Jackson but connected with a modern sense of harmonics and band play. As a member of Jackie McLean’s band (his debut was on the critically acclaimed One Step Beyond), he began a long,…
  • Ginette Nuveu (Studio Recordings) = R. STRAUSS, CHOPIN, GLUCK, SUK, TARTINI Etc. – Opus Kura

    johnsunier
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:01 am
    Ginette Nuveu (Studio Recordings) = RICHARD STRAUSS: Violin Sonata in E-flat Major, Op. 18; PARADIES: Sicilienne; RAVEL: Tzigane; CHOPIN: Nocturne No. 20 in C-sharp Minor (arr. Rodionov); GLUCK: Melodie from Orfeo (arr. Wilhelmj); SUK: Four Pieces, Op.17; TARTINI: Variations on a Theme of Corelli (arr. Kreisler); DINICU: Hora Staccato (arr. Heifetz); FALLA: Danse Espagnole – Ginette Neveu, violin/ Jean Neveu, Gustaf Beck & Bruno Seidler-Winkler, piano – Opus Kura OPK 2109, 76:15  (9/9/14) [Distr. by Albany] ****: Opus Kura assembles a series of studio German Electrola and British…
  • VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani (complete opera), Blu-ray (2012)

    johnsunier
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:01 am
    VERDI: I Vespri Siciliani (complete opera), Blu-ray (2012) Cast: Leo Nucci (Guido di Monforte)/Dario Russo (Il Sire di Bethune)/ Andrea Mastroni (Il Conte Vaudemont)/ Fabio Armiliato (Arrigo)/ Giacomo Prestia (Giovanni da Procida)/ Daniela Dessi (La Duchessa Elena) Performers: Orch. and Chor. of Del Teatro Regio di Parma/ Massimo Zanetti Director: Pier Luigi Pizzi Studio: C Major (Unitel Classica) 723904 [Distr. by Naxos] Video: 16:9 1080i HD  Audio: PCM Stereo, DTS-HD MA 5.1 Subtitles: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese No Region Code  Length: 170 minutes…
  • VERDI: Attila (complete opera), Blu-ray (2013)

    johnsunier
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:01 am
    VERDI: Attila (complete opera), Blu-ray (2013) Cast: Ildar Abdrazakov (Attila)/Vladislav Sulimsky (Ezio)/ Anna Markarova (Odabella)/ Sergei Skorokhodov (Foresto)/ Mikhail Makarov (Uldino)/ Timur Abdikeyev (Leone) Performers: Mariinsky Orch./ Valery Gergiev Director: Arturo Gama Studio: Mariinsky BD MAR0538 [Distr. by Harmonia mundi] Video: 16:9 1080i HD  Audio: PCM Stereo, DTS-HD MA 5.1 Subtitles: German, English, French, Italian, Russian No Region Code Length: 106:31 Rating: ****  We are still waiting for a definitive state of the art production of Attila, Verdi’s romantic opus based on…
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  • Beatles mono VINYL box set (Part #15)

    30 Sep 2014 | 2:03 pm
    Continued from Here.... Beatles mono VINYL box set (Part #14)
  • Your favourite Beatles bootlegs

    30 Sep 2014 | 2:03 pm
    The title says it all. A couple of mine to kick off with:
  • A Comprehensive Analysis Of The Rolling Stones Post 1970 Virgin Cds VS SHM Japan Cds

    30 Sep 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Ok, I've done the research and I've spent the money. I've heard that the Rolling Stones SACDs were better mastered and therefore sounded better than the Virgin Redbook cds. I have also heard the SHM Platinum and none platinum Redbooks share the same mastering as the SHM SACDs. I bought TheSHM Platinum Sticky Fingers And Exile On Main Street. In both cases I prefer the Virgin cds. I liked the eq choices and the overall Sound quality better. What is your analysis? Thanks.
  • What hifi item did you enjoy buying the most?

    30 Sep 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Hello music lovers Before I start .....Yes I do know a component is only as good as the sum of it's parts. In 35 years there were many things I have purchased hifi wise but I am trying to think what component I got the most enjoyment in buying. I'm sure we all know the feeling , you seen it, you heard it, you wanted it, you splashed out there and then or you took your time considered , saved & done it. Even the day you got it made you excited & better still it matched or even exceed... What hifi item did you enjoy buying the most?
  • Is there a good sounding MURMUR on CD?

    30 Sep 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Just picked up R.E.M's debut on CD. The sound is dynamic but rather harsh in the middle frequency. Is there a better sounding Murmur on CD or do I need the vinyl?
 
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  • "Naim" clone phono stage?

    Tony L
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Anyone else spotted this curio Pure Class A single-ended LP Vinyl MC phono ref United Kingdom UK NAIM circuit on teh eBays? I'm curious as to what it thinks it is. It doesn't resemble any Naim phono stage I've ever seen being battery powered and having user adjustable loading & capacitance. I'm surprised they've gone as far as sticking the word 'NAIM' on the circuit board, though any plagiarism / potential copyright-violation aside it looks rather interesting!
  • Help!

    Mike g
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:25 am
    Looking at a naim xs on eBay which is about to end. Seller is in Bulgaria. I assume the amp will work in the uk and I would just use a standard uk power cord with an iec with three slots on it like for other naim amps. Thanks
  • Audiolab 8000x7 with 2-way Aktiv Linn Tunebox?

    Rosewind
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:18 am
    Since I don't seem to be able to sell off my LINN Tunebox, I have started to think that I should keep it and run it with 2 sets of power amps. Another option would be to purchase a fairly inexpensive Audiolab 8000x7 for sale locally and use this with the Tunebox in a two way active set-up. There is a way to bridge some of the 7 channels to create a stronger amp - is this another mad idea or possible/advisable?
  • Integrated Amp

    Shane2468
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:50 am
    Soon I'll be hunting for an integrated amp to use in the spare room. The room is almost medium sized. Ideally, I want an integrated with good high current and control. Phono stage not needed. The speakers are Neat Petite 3 & CD Player is Rega Planet MK1 (Clamshell) Neat Petites responds very well to an amp with more power and control. Second hand budget £200-500. Know of something good? Thanks. S.
  • Small form, cheap power amp possibly needed - class T?

    starbuck
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:13 am
    I may be in the market for a cheap (sub £100 ideally) power amp, which will need to take up as little shelf space as possible and, ideally, be black in colour (or if not black, be small enough to hide out of sight). Will be used with either a passive pre built around a Dale/Vishay stepped attenuator, or a Kinshaw Perception active pre. Inputs will be from a CD player and a turntable (via phono amp), speakers will be 92dB Tannoy Arundels in a 13' x 14' room and only moderate listening levels required so doesn't have to be super powerful. I was thinking of a class T amp of some sort but don't…
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  • DAC: Low Cost TV to Stereo DAC needed

    bluewizard
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:53 pm
    Sorry, I couldn't find a forum specifically for DACs. Since this is about intergating with a Stereo Amp this seemed like the logical choice for forums. My Niece and my Nephew-in-law love movies and music, but being young, and just being married, and just having a baby, they are not long on money. Their Grandparents bought them a TV, but it is the lowest priced 40" they could find. They do have a Stereo, though probably not a great one. But no Analog Out on the TV and no Digital In on the Stereo. So, I would like to buy them a DAC to convert the TV sound so it could be used by the Stereo.
  • A good stereo amp to pair with some Klipsch F-3s?

    RogWilco
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:43 pm
    I'm moving my Klipsch F-3 floorstanders from the living room into my home office (11x13 ft room). I'm planning to feed them audio from both my PC (primarily for gaming) as well as my DJ setup (turntables & mp3 audio, mostly house subgenres). The only thing missing from the equation is an amp to drive them. Given my use case, I have been considering the Lepai LP7498EA. I like that it's compact, simple, and for the price has a reasonable 100w per channel (probably a bit less in practice). However, the price has me worried that it may not do the speakers justice. I don't need to have the…
  • Help Spend My Money: Turntable Purchase Advice

    ernest787
    29 Sep 2014 | 6:52 am
    Ok. It looks like I'm going to be in the market for a new TT very soon and would love some advice and to get opinions from you lovely folks. Current Setup: Speakers - Salk HT3s Preamp - ARC SP14 Power - Crown XLS 2500 TT - Rega RP1 Initially I was going to look at upgrading my power amp early next year and then down the road look at upgarding my Turntable. Unfortunately, my Rega is now having severe platter wobble issues. I have an email out to a dealer to see if they can help me, and depending on the outcome of that I may end up upgarding my TT instead. That said, prior to this issue I was…
  • Are high-end speakers needed for a high-end amp?

    pieper53
    27 Sep 2014 | 7:24 pm
    Hello, First off, when I say "high-end" in the title I'm referring to "high-end" to me; I cannot afford a $10K system. Anyway, I recently upgraded my system's amp and while I'm happy with my purchase some of my LPs seem to lack a little something with the new amp. Equipment: Rega RP3 turntable, Cambridge Audio s30 speakers, Cayin A-88T MK2 integrated amp, and Bellari VP-130 phono pre-amp. My old amp was a dated (1993!) Sony STR-D865 receiver. Anyway, when using the Sony receiver I never felt that the Cambridge s30 speakers were fatiguing. When hooked up to the Cayin, I…
  • Mini receiver to power 4-ohm bedroom system?

    Kor
    27 Sep 2014 | 2:20 pm
    I found a pair of AudioEngine P4B's to mount on the wall in my bedroom. They're 4 ohm speakers and can take up to about 100 watts. They look great. Now I need some kind of source. Because its a bedroom system I'd prefer something small and integrated. Ideally even something that could sit on a nightstand. But it has to put out decent power low THD and stable at 4 ohms, maybe impossible to find? Other nice to haves, a remote, airplay or wifi capability to stream music, and I think FM radio is a must for us too. Any ideas? Is there something I can just drop on my nightstand to power these…
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  • Re: The IMP Arrives

    Peter Wieck
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:28 am
    Gary: You mention the Bose and DBX speakers as your springpoint - I will not insult you by suggesting they were your inspiration.  It has been my experience with a number of speakers of (mostly) conventional design that what arrives at one's ears is perhaps, and at best, a third-cousin to the live
  • [Admin] Posting problems mini-FAQ

    RAHE Moderator
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:15 pm
    Rec.audio.high-end is a moderated group. As stated in our guidelines, submitted messages that are not acceptable for posting to the group will receive a rejection notice unless it is one of the following: 1. Spam 2. A "for sale" or "wanted to buy" post. 3. Crossposted 4. Uses a spam-proofed or som
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    22 Sep 2014 | 5:15 pm
    Rec.audio.high-end is a moderated group. As stated in our guidelines, submitted messages that are not acceptable for posting to the group will receive a rejection notice unless it is one of the following: 1. Spam 2. A "for sale" or "wanted to buy" post. 3. Crossposted 4. Uses a spam-proofed or som
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  • The New York Audio Show 2014

    Karl Sigman
    29 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    I must admit, when I first heard that the New York Audio Show had moved out of Manhattan (my home: the center of the Universe!) to the borough of Brooklyn for its 2014 show, I was not happy, and very dubious. But after a while, it seemed to make more sense from both a practical point of view and a price point of view: Manhattan is expensive; the hotel rates are excessive by any standard. Getting a large comfortable space at a more reasonable price is possible in Brooklyn. The population of Brooklyn is the largest of the five boroughs making up New York City, and it contains a mind-boggling…
  • Songs of Innocence — U2

    Anthony Kershaw
    23 Sep 2014 | 11:43 am
    Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, must have been shaking his head after listening to and reading the hullabaloo from self satisfied Apple customers after receiving a free album delivered to their iTunes account. The ‘faux pas’ in question, U2’s inventive and purely capitalist rollout (as part of the iPhone 6/Apple Watch event) of their thirteenth studio album, Songs of Innocence. I wouldn’t call my self a fan, but I wasn’t cynical about the event and thankful for the free album. Others took exception to Apple’s ‘intrusion’ into their iTunes account without their consent. And…
  • Deezer Elite on Sonos

    Audiophilia Staff
    17 Sep 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Good news in the brave new world of streaming music. ‘Deezer, the premier digital streaming music service, and Sonos®, an innovator in wireless home audio products, announced an exclusive partnership that will bring streaming High-Resolution Audio (HRA) to music lovers around the world. Deezer’s product “Deezer Elite” is the first global HRA streaming service available to consumers and it’s offered exclusively through Sonos, a system of smart speakers that let you stream all your favorite music to any room in your home in high fidelity sound.’ Streaming…
  • Bill Bruford: A Retrospective

    Karl Sigman
    9 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Photo credit Re-listening to the track ‘Roundabout’ from the progressive rock album ‘Fragile’ by Yes (1971) recently, I once again became fascinated by the unusual sound, the precision and odd syncopation of drummer Bill Bruford’s high-pitched snare drum, and reminded myself that Bruford is one of my favorite ‘rock’ drummers; a drummers’ drummer, if I might say? This is the same guy who 32 years later played drums on the exceptional live 2003 acoustic jazz album ‘Random Acts of Happiness’ by ‘Bill Bruford’s Earthworks’, which has been one of my favorite reference…
  • Audiophilia Recommended New Releases — September 2014 Update

    Audiophilia Staff
    4 Sep 2014 | 6:08 am
    Messiaen – Turangalila-Symphonie [75:08] Hewitt / Hartmann-Claverie / Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Lintu Ondine SACD 1251-5 (2014) This huge work was written during the mid-1940s, a difficult period for any French composer but one which had already seen several of Messiaen’s finest works – including Quatuor pour la fin du temps and Vingt regards sur l’enfant-Jésus. Commissioned by the conductor of the Boston SO, who premiered it in 1949 to mixed reactions, its sprawling structure and “surrealist” ethos anchors to the solo piano, but is also notable for featuring the…
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  • Preview: Conrad Johnson LP125sa Power Amplifier

    toneaudio
    22 Sep 2014 | 7:34 pm
    Johnson has been making fine tube power amplifiers for almost 40 years now and the new LP-125sa is more evolutionary than revolutionary; borrowing from their past LP series of amplifiers and their current Art amplifiers. However, the results are indeed stunning.  With 125 watts per channel, thanks to a quartet of KT120 output tubes, the LP125 does not sound like a vintage tube amplifier.  If the last time you sampled a CJ power amplifier was more than 10 years ago, you don’t know what you are missing.  -Jeff Dorgay
  • GoldenEar Technology Triton Seven Speakers

    toneaudio
    22 Sep 2014 | 7:20 pm
    The shock of thunderous bass waves is what the GoldenEar Triton Seven speakers greet me with to start a surprising review experience. Put away your preconceived notions of what slim, budget mini-towers should sound like—these are the first such speakers that don’t prompt me to add a subwoofer, even just to see if any bass response is missing. Unless you’re trying to out-thump the teenage neighbor with the 15-inch woofers in the back of his hatchback, the Sevens provide as much bass as you could ever want from a $1,400 pair of speakers. Thanks to their dual passive radiators, the Sevens…
  • Stirling Broadcast SB-88 vs Harbeth Compact C7ES-3 Speakers

    toneaudio
    15 Sep 2014 | 2:16 pm
    The Black Keys’ new record Turn Blue reminds me of some of the finest psychedelic tunes from the 1960s. The opening track “Weight of Love” has a very Clapton/Cream vibe. There’s something about British speakers and classic rock; they just feel right. I have used Harbeth’s Compact 7ES-3 and the Monitor 40.1 speakers as references for some time now and a few of their main characteristics seem worth noting: First, the midrange is spectacular; second, these speakers do an excellent job retrieving the timing information from whatever music you happen to be listening to; and third, even…
  • Penaudio Cenya Monitors

    toneaudio
    15 Sep 2014 | 1:50 pm
    Cranking Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power” to a level way beyond what I’d ever expect from a small pair of monitors causes me to redefine my mental short list for a final hi-fi system. While I routinely audition six-figure speakers (and enjoy every minute of it), the Cenya and its slightly more expensive sibling, the Cenya Signature, deliver so much music that I would happily retire with these Finnish beauties as destination speakers. The Cenyas do everything but deliver the last octave of deep bass, and at $4,000 a pair, they leave you enough scratch to add your favorite subwoofer,…
  • Burmester B10 Speakers

    toneaudio
    15 Sep 2014 | 1:34 pm
    If you’ve ever had the opportunity to audition Burmester loudspeakers, you know they mate perfectly with the company’s electronics and that, together, they put forward a very dynamic, powerful presentation. And, as founder Dieter Burmester is a bass player in his spare time, his speakers are never lacking in low-frequency authority. In a fairly good-sized room, pairing the hefty Burmester 911 amplifier (or the larger 909) with Burmester speakers makes for highly engaging listening. But for those of us wanting the Burmester experience in a smaller room, the B10s—which are only about 15…
 
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  • Sneak Peek into Axiom’s Current Research and Development

    Andrew Welker
    24 Sep 2014 | 11:13 am
    //www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQOKI3X2i_Q We have some exciting new additions to the Axiom Electronics lineup. As many of you remember, about two years ago we launched a very successful series of amplifiers that are configurable from 2 to 8 different channels. We’ve had a lot of requests from customers who are moving back to stereo speaker setups (partially I think because when we introduced the LFR1100, many people started to listen to music in stereo again, and really enjoyed that set up) Customizable Face Plates 3U Zone Control Amp With Customized Wooden Faceplate First up on the list of…
  • Axiom’s Newest Speaker: The In-Ceiling M3

    Andrew Welker
    15 Aug 2014 | 1:28 pm
    Axiom’s newest product is the M3 in-ceiling speaker.  It’s a dual solution-oriented product: you can use it anywhere in your home where only an in-ceiling speaker is going to work with your decor, or you can prepare yourself for the most exciting development in home theater in years: the imminent release of Dolby Atmos, which requires in-ceiling speakers to add height channels to your surround sound experience.  The M3 in-ceiling is perfect for both applications:  it has high power handling, balanced linear performance, and good bass so a subwoofer is not required.
  • Outdoor Speaker Placement

    Andrew Welker
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:51 pm
    Today’s topic is Outdoor Speaker placement.  There are a variety of options available for placing them, and some things you need to keep in mind when you are positioning and mounting them, because outdoor speakers, depending on the environment,  may not work the same way as a pair of speakers in your living room or home theater. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=55Y73fQfDto Let’s take a screened-in outdoor room as an example.  This is an environment that is as close as you’re going to get to an actual enclosed room.  You’ve got boundaries: you’ve got a rear wall,…
  • Speaker Placement: Unusual Room Layouts and Elevating Speakers

    Andrew Welker
    1 May 2014 | 7:31 am
    Today we’re going to be doing our last video in this series that talks about the basics of loudspeaker placement. We’ll come back to it again if we get some more questions that we didn’t cover. But today we’re going wrap it up by talking about different sized rooms and different layouts, and things that you can try when setting up your speakers. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=y60ha4v1Sj0 We’ve already covered the basic floorstanding positioning, toe-in, bookshelf speakers – whether they’re mounted on stands or bookshelves – center channels, subwoofers…
  • Positioning Floorstanding Speakers

    Andrew Welker
    11 Apr 2014 | 2:23 am
    Today we’re going to continue our series of discussions on the basics of loudspeaker setup and positioning. We’ve already covered center channels, bookshelf speakers, port plugs, mounting on mounting brackets, and more, and today we’re going to get to floorstanding or tower speakers. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkUzByQqTiw We’ve got an M80 High-Powered floorstanding speaker here in the video so you can get some ideas of what goes on in the room – how it interacts with the loudspeaker – and some simple tips that you can use when you’re first setting up…
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    Platinum Audiolab - Blog

  • Tutorial: Animoog & Creating Wobble Bass

    platinum
    17 Sep 2014 | 2:06 pm
    Remember way back when wobble bass was all the rage? It was a heady time. Kids were getting started in synthesis with their very first iOS synth apps, Skrillex was a darling of all the awards shows, EDM was being heralded as the 2nd coming of Electronica, nothing like the late 90′s bubble-burst known as “Electronica.” Ah yes, I can remember it like it was yesterday. It was… yesterday, actually. Well, anyways, people still kind of like their wobble bass and iOS apps so why not give them a dose of neo-retro with a Animoog tutorial, mixed with a bit of wobbly-bassyness…
  • Tutorial: Mixing With Separation EQ & Compression

    platinum
    3 Jul 2014 | 4:55 pm
    In this tutorial we will look at blending all of the elements that make up a track by using some basic EQ separation between individual tracks in a mix. We also touch upon using sidechained multiband compression to further distinguish parts in the mix which may otherwise conflict with eachother. In particular, we look closely at separating the Kick Drum from the Bass Instrument so that each can stand out and be clearly defined in the mix.
  • Tutorial: Compression Settings Explained

    platinum
    29 May 2014 | 6:22 pm
    In this tutorial we look at the basics of compression, and how to effectively use the different compressor settings common to all compressors. Attack, Release, Ratio, and Threshold are explained and our example shows how to properly listen for the changes produced from these settings, focusing on the importance of Attack and Release settings in particular.
  • Review: Cubasis DAW on iPad & Midi Routing Tutorial

    platinum
    11 May 2014 | 2:55 pm
    In this video we take a look at midi routing between Cubasis and outside apps, as well as a basic review of the different features available in Cubasis. If you are interested in importing Cubasis sessions into Cubase 6 or Cubase 7, you will need the Cubasis importer extension. You can download it from our mirror under Software & Utilities, or go to Steinberg’s official Cubasis Session Importer page.
  • Quick Look: Sends With Benefits

    platinum
    9 May 2014 | 1:05 pm
    In this Quick Look Tutorial we take a brief look at the advantages of using send / return FX channels vs simply using insert effects. This specific tutorial applies reverb as a send effect and we look at the processing paths that open up when isolating the wet track, such as allowing you to equalize, compress and gate the 100% wet send effect alone.
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    Dark Horse Institute

  • How to get Freelance Audio Work Online

    Scott Karan
    20 Sep 2014 | 8:59 am
    There is a lot of freelance audio work to be had online if you know where to look.  Audio Engineers and Audio professionals often overlook these great opportunities because they aren’t full time or in studio positions.  These sites offer … The post How to get Freelance Audio Work Online appeared first on Dark Horse Institute.
  • Win $15,000 in Studio Time

    Scott Karan
    17 Sep 2014 | 9:01 am
    DHI’s Battle of the Bands will pit 64 bands in a head to head, bracket style competition that lets the fans decide the winner. The top 64 bands will be separated into 4 divisional brackets. Each band will face 1 … The post Win $15,000 in Studio Time appeared first on Dark Horse Institute.
  • What Can You Learn About Audio Engineering In 14 Weeks

    AudioBlogger
    21 Aug 2014 | 2:00 pm
    That’s right, you can’t.  Have I gone crazy?  Isn’t our program 14 weeks? No I haven’t gone crazy and yes, we do have a 14 week program.  But what most people say when we say you can learn audio engineering … The post What Can You Learn About Audio Engineering In 14 Weeks appeared first on Dark Horse Institute.
  • Leaked Britney Spears Track is Real…Probably

    AudioBlogger
    10 Jul 2014 | 8:13 am
    Was the leaked Britney Spears track before Autotune Real? Yesterday the social media and interwebs blew up with the “leaked Britney Spears track before Autotune”.  The track disappeared from existence after about an hour.  But it’s still floating around. Britney … The post Leaked Britney Spears Track is Real…Probably appeared first on Dark Horse Institute.
  • Historic Ryman Auditorium Making Big Changes

    Scott Karan
    26 Jun 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Nashville, TN- In a Press Conference this morning changes to the Historic Ryman Auditorium were announced that will make the Mother Church of Country Music more accessible to tourists and visitors.  Don’t worry though the highly touted auditorium itself … The post Historic Ryman Auditorium Making Big Changes appeared first on Dark Horse Institute.
 
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    Alchemea - Music Production & Sound Engineering Blog

  • Information Dissemination

    Jon Olliffe
    29 Sep 2014 | 6:09 am
    In the early days of commercially recorded music, studio techniques were passed on to the tape op either explicitly, via conversation, or implicitly by observation. This was necessary so that the tape op could, after some years, progress into the role of engineer. Methods of
  • Latency and Buffer Sizes

    Christian Huant
    23 Sep 2014 | 9:11 am
    How to tackle latency? You’ve probably all heard of latency, and have probably experienced it too, but many people are still confused about what it is. Latency can affect any recording into a DAW, be it audio or MIDI using virtual instrument plug-ins. It manifests itself
  • Alchemea Sessions 07 – Hattie Whitehead – Worse Than Me

    Peter Barter
    8 Sep 2014 | 3:14 am
    Hattie Whitehead – Worse Than Me (Live) – Alchemea Sessions Hattie Whitehead was born and raised in South West London constantly surrounded by music and words. She has been singing since she can remember, taping her first album at the tender age of 3, with
  • The Joy Of SYSEX

    Christian Huant
    31 Aug 2014 | 9:29 am
    SYSEX is one of the 8 types of MIDI messages (see my previous blog on MIDI for a bit of background), and is short for System Exclusive. This means that, instead of focusing on musical performance-related information, SYSEX transmits system messages, used for configuration purposes, for
  • Student Success – Rob Brinkmann

    Peter Barter
    29 Aug 2014 | 3:57 am
    At Alchemea, our goal is to prepare students for a career in the professional audio industry. We don’t sugar coat how tough it is or how much work is required to succeed meaning our students will generally leave the college with the right attitude. Take
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    Beats Music Now

  • Music App Charts

    dangellert
    29 Sep 2014 | 6:59 pm
    Top Grossing iPhone Apps (Music): Pandora — #1 Spotify — #2 Beats Music — #3 Trending Android Apps (Music): Pandora — #1 Soundcloud — #2 Shazam — #3 Top Grossing iPhone Apps (All Categories): Pandora — #3 Spotify — #10 Beats Music — #35 Top Free Android Apps (All Categories): Pandora — #3 Spotify — #12 Beats Music — #212
  • Friday Quirky Playlist – Best Diss Songs Of The 00s

    dangellert
    26 Sep 2014 | 4:33 pm
    ‘Best Diss Songs Of The 00s’ is todays quirky playlist from Beats Music. It comes from the Beats Hip-Hop genre. So the definition of Diss is disrespectful talk. It doesn’t get nastier than these tunes! As the Beats Music curator writes, “Hip-Hop was built off competition.” These song battles have been going on since the 1980s. This playlist has the best Diss songs from artists like Jay-Z, Nas, 50 Cent, Ja Rule, Dipset, Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane and Snoop Dogg. Listen to the Friday quirky playlist ‘Best Diss Songs Of The 00s‘   Every Friday I’ll seek out a…
  • The Biggest Music Streaming Services Are…

    dangellert
    24 Sep 2014 | 8:45 pm
    Billboard did some creative investigating to come up with the top 10 biggest music streaming services of the day. Notice Deezer which is available in 180 countries — out of 196 total countries in the world. That’s impressive! Top 10 Music Streaming Services overview. via: Billboard Unfortunately, we may never know an accurate count of Beats Music subscribers since Apple usually keeps that kind of information quite secretive.
  • The “Family Tree” Search In Beats Music

    dangellert
    23 Sep 2014 | 5:33 pm
    The Beats Music curators have been creating playlists that begin with “Family Tree.” For example, Family Tree: James Brown, Family Tree: Sonic Youth, Family Tree: Black Flag. The Family Tree playlists contain songs from members of the original band that have branched out into solo careers or other bands. It is a curated playlist that helps you discover what band members evolved to. Just search “Family Tree” on Beats Music to explore. Explore beyond your favorite band while staying in the family. Search “Family Tree” playlists to discover solo work…
  • Apple Shut-Down Of Beats Music Is Mostly Hype

    dangellert
    22 Sep 2014 | 8:53 pm
    TechCrunch feeds the hype about Beats Music fading… Online media reached a feverish pitch when TechCrunch announced Apple will discontinue Beats Music, according to FIVE sources. Then Re/code reported that Tom Neumayr, Apple’s PR rep, said the TechCrunch story is “not true.” Then CNET reports that an Apple spokesman says the TechCrunch story is “absolutely not true.” The swirling of rumors graph via Google Speculation abounds and rumors are swirling by the media world. The most probable: if anything changes with Beats Music, it will be a relatively slow…
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    sirs-e.com

  • LED Lighting to Really Open Up Small Spaces

    Robert
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    Jengooch’s Design & Decorating Ideas blog brings us just that, today…an idea to help open up small apartment spaces and breathe a bit of fresh air into them. Packed with numerous pictures, today’s do-it-yourself inspiration comes from this blog that shows how LED strip lighting can be used under kitchen cabinetry to really open up […] The post LED Lighting to Really Open Up Small Spaces appeared first on .
  • Shine bright like a diamond!

    Robert
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:28 am
    Researchers have discovered a way to sustain the life of LED blue emitting diodes. Research has been underway for quite some time, and now from the University of Michigan we are hearing that this research is paying off in dividends. How? By extending the life of these diodes by a factor of 10. What does […] The post Shine bright like a diamond! appeared first on .
  • And On the Eighth Day He Created…LED?

    Robert
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:18 am
    An ambitious project is beginning at the Sistine Chapel to replace it’s existing lighting system with a highly efficient, new LED system. For years now, museums and art galleries have used high energy lighting systems to illuminate the masterpieces in their collections. However, Thus in many museums today, the existing lighting installations lack energy efficiency […] The post And On the Eighth Day He Created…LED? appeared first on .
  • The Future of Music is Here, and Along with it Comes LED

    Robert
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:09 am
    For years now, music festivals have pushed the boundaries of art and experience, mixing to give an incredible event in the lives of festival attendees. Now with the proliferation of more techno- and pop-art inspired music, mixed with the sounds of EDM, comes a new wave of musicians (no, not that new wave) to the […] The post The Future of Music is Here, and Along with it Comes LED appeared first on .
  • School Science Project? Make it a date…

    Robert
    29 Sep 2014 | 6:43 am
    LED is bringing families together! Today we have a how-to video for all of you who want to liven up that good old science project. Yes, it’s that time of year again..when parents run out for the posterboard and sharpie pens; when kids are running around growing their seeds in a pot and measuring the […] The post School Science Project? Make it a date… appeared first on .
 
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    Sound Engineers that Blog About Audio Production & Entertainment News

  • Aretha Franklin Covers Adele’s Rolling In The Deep

    anderkh4
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:59 am
    Aretha Franklin Covers Adele’s Rolling In The Deep with Soul! Tweet Aretha Franklin covers Adele’s Rolling In The Deep as only a true Diva can! The singers released the cover via Youtube several hours age titled “Aretha Franklin – Rolling In The Deep (The Aretha Version)”. Rolling In The Deep was written … Continue reading The post Aretha Franklin Covers Adele’s Rolling In The Deep appeared first on Sound Engineers that Blog About Audio Production & Entertainment News.
  • Youtube Downloader: Youtube is Under Your Control!

    anderkh4
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:32 pm
    Youtube Downloader for Youtube Music & Videos! Tweet Youtube Downloader makes it easy for you to download your favorite files off of youtube. With the Youtube Downloader you can download music videos in minutes and movie in no time. The best thing about it, it’s free. Youtube is one of the … Continue reading The post Youtube Downloader: Youtube is Under Your Control! appeared first on Sound Engineers that Blog About Audio Production & Entertainment News.
  • iOS 8.0.2 Update Released!

    anderkh4
    26 Sep 2014 | 7:19 pm
    iOS 8.0.2 Making an Early Debut! Tweet iOS 8.0.2 Update comes only a couple days after the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus was released. The iOS 8 was rumored to have problems with the Touch ID and its Cellular Reception. According to an article posted on Forbes about iOS … Continue reading The post iOS 8.0.2 Update Released! appeared first on Sound Engineers that Blog About Audio Production & Entertainment News.
  • iPhone 6 Bending As You Walk!

    anderkh4
    24 Sep 2014 | 2:49 pm
    iPhone 6 Bending as you walk is unacceptable. Tweet iPhone 6 bending rumors started to surface days after the product was released to the public. People quickly began posting videos of the new iPhone bending. Could you imagine your expensive iPhone 6 bending in your pocket as you walk? If … Continue reading The post iPhone 6 Bending As You Walk! appeared first on Sound Engineers that Blog About Audio Production & Entertainment News.
  • Wiz Khalifa & Amber Rose Hire Divorce Lawyers!

    anderkh4
    24 Sep 2014 | 2:03 pm
    Wiz Khalifa & Amber Rose Hire Divorce Lawyers! Tweet Wiz Khalifa & Amber Rose hire divorce lawyers just one year after getting married. Amber Rose officially filed for divorce on September 23, 2014, the court document says it’s because of irreconcilable differences. Recent reports suggest somebody cheated, pictures surfaced of Amber Rose … Continue reading The post Wiz Khalifa & Amber Rose Hire Divorce Lawyers! appeared first on Sound Engineers that Blog About Audio Production & Entertainment News.
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    Picky Ear

  • What Are the Best Headphones for Running?

    Hogni
    25 Sep 2014 | 11:18 am
    You’re a runner on your daily run. You enjoy listening to your favorite music, but no matter how hard you try, those annoying headphones just keep falling out of your ears. Even if they decide to stay put for a minute the sound quality just doesn’t cut it when your moving. You want to be […] The post What Are the Best Headphones for Running? appeared first on Picky Ear.
  • New Infographic: 8 of the World’s Most Expensive Headphones

    Hogni
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:03 pm
    We would love for you to share this infographic! This is an infographic that shows 8 of the most expensive headphones in the world. These are headphones that you can actually purchase. Not just some diamond-stacked-jewellery headphones. The prices range from $1,399, all the way up to $5,495. This list in not meant to be […] The post New Infographic: 8 of the World’s Most Expensive Headphones appeared first on Picky Ear.
  • Overview of the Best Surround Sound Headphones

    Hogni
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:38 pm
    Surround sound headphones can enhance any home theater, gaming, and music experience. Surround sound headphones designed for cross-platform use, like with the PC, Mac, DVD player, Blu-Ray player, your favorite gaming console, and digital TV, are a great investment in your entertainment experience and enjoyment for years to come. If you live alone as a […] The post Overview of the Best Surround Sound Headphones appeared first on Picky Ear.
  • The Best Headphones For Classical Music

    Hogni
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Who doesn’t love listening to classical music at the end of a long, hard workday or on a long flight? Well, plenty of people don’t like classical music actually, but for those of us who do, there is no better idea than purchasing the best headphones for classical music. If you’re a classical music audiophile […] The post The Best Headphones For Classical Music appeared first on Picky Ear.
  • Final Word on the Best Earbuds For Bass

    Hogni
    12 Sep 2014 | 12:34 pm
    Do you want it to sound like you’re at a concert or club, but you don’t want to leave the comfort of home (or disturb those around you)? Just purchase a pair of bass headphones and enjoy deep, rich sound from the comfort of your sofa inside your home. Headphones with awesome bass offer that […] The post Final Word on the Best Earbuds For Bass appeared first on Picky Ear.
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