Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Bingo! Niles working and this is great

Like I said before, I should have done the Niles from the start. I was able to work with them no problem. Super-flexible....

That Old Time Radio and Music

I've always preferred local coffee shops to the large chains.  Part of the charm, I will confess, is the more laid back, no...

There is no such thing as an “accurate chardonnay” so what about loudspeakers?

In one of my recent posts about headphone accuracy, I mentioned how I was a fan of Dr. Sean Olive, Director of Acoustic Research at...

Did the iPod Kill the Boom Box?

Credit: Steve Gutenberg/CNET In his "Audiohphiliac" column, Steve Guttenberg asks a question that those of us with grey hair or balding heads long to know:...

iTunes Radio Bitrate?

iTunes Radio is now live with the launch of iOS7 and iTunes 11.1 the question is, what is the bitrate?  The iTunes Radio bitrate...
The massive DDoS Internet attack has serious implications for audiophiles

The recent Internet outage is a severe warning to Audiophiles

The distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that hit the United States on Friday, October 21st. has been well documented in a number of...

The Art of Listening: Lost?

I'd like to think that I wasn't in a more pensive mood than usual, but this evening especially, I was thinking about the art...

Is High-Resolution Music a Farce? The Question of Provenance

The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci has resided at The Louvre in Paris since 1797. Mona Lisa image courtesy of WikiArt.org In the art-world,...

Questioning Authority in Music: Lamenting the Death of the Penguin Guide to Recorded Classical...

I was recently recalling one of my trips to Tower Records. For those who remember, Tower Records was a massive music store. The...

Would You Clean Your Vinyl Records with Wood Glue?

I love cleaning my vinyl collection.  A clean LP, free of dirt or dust is as pristine as a CD—it has none of...

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