April 2015 Archives

Roger Skoff posts Part 9 of his occasional series on weird things about cables Read more
 
Mark Smotroff explores some of the earliest recordings by one of the most influential guitarists in jazz and pop history. Read more
 
Brent Butterworth explains why buying instruments is so much like buying speakers ... or should be. Read more
 
Mark Smotroff shines a light on some fun funky early '70s instrumental soul he just discovered. Read more
 
Paul Wilson contemplates the difficult choices all audiophiles must make Read more
 
Roger Skoff posts Part 8 of his occasional series on weird things about cables Read more
 
Dennis Foley explains why certain common beliefs about room acoustics are dead wrong. Read more
 
Steven Stone explains why a house without a turntable isn't a home Read more
 
Mark Smotroff pits SACD against LP in reissues of a classic Wes Montgomery album Read more
 

New Music For April 2015

Paul Wilson checks out a half-dozen of the latest jazz releases. Read more
 
Roger Skoff posts Part 7 of his occasional series on weird things about cables Read more
 
Mark Smotroff rediscovers a landmark Springsteen radio broadcast in 192/24 high resolution Read more
 
Brent Butterworth questions whether an audiophile-grade audio streaming service can survive. Read more
 
Mark Smotroff takes recently reissued pop from Game Theory out for a spin Read more
 
Is analog better than digital? Or vice-versa? Paul Wilson weighs in. Read more
 
Roger Skoff writes about how it all really works Read more
 
Mark Smotroff goes batty for oddly shaped discs to play on his turntable... and you may too! Read more
 
Brent Butterworth tells the story of a pair of audio cables that's older than Justin Bieber. Read more
 
Mark Smotroff showcases five audiophile faves that are just a mouse click away Read more
 

Is Your System Insured?

Should audiophiles carry extra insurance for their gear? Paul Wilson explains. Read more
 

The Telephone is a Lie!

Roger Skoff proves beyond a doubt that it's all snake oil and voodoo Read more
 
Has it really been Steven Stone writing all those articles all these years? Read more
 
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