High definition music is not a hopeless endeavor. There are many outlets to obtain true, audiophile recordings. However, it probably won’t be music you buy on a disc. That’s not a realistic proposition. Here’s why.
The New York Times reported that Universal Music Group donated 200,000 recordings to The Library of Congress to preserve. This sounds like a great, noble act, but upon closer examination appears to be anything but.
Blue Chip Audio Company is a term that traditionally commands respect. But why exactly? What makes a company with this title respectable? Steven Stone asked around to find out.
Steven Stone walked around the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show listening to several huge “super speakers.” One thing became very clear from all the listening: bigger is not always better.
Looking back on the year, a few components come to mind. However, only one component could reign supreme as number one. Which one was it and who almost made the cut?