Who doesn’t love big speakers? Big speakers means big sound. But there are definitely things to take into account when picking up a pair of towering loudspeakers. Here are five of them.
Andrew Robinson sits down with Todd Eichenbaum for an exclusive interview. Todd has worked for Krell for twenty years, currently serving as the Director of Engineering for the company.
The life of the reviewer is pretty cool. Listening to excellent gear for free is never a bad thing. However, it can be a complicated thing. Andrew Robinson details some of the drawbacks to the review process.
Jerry Del Colliano, publisher of Home Theater Review, Audiophile Review’s parent site, sat down with Karen Sumner, the head of Transparent Audio, for a conversation about the company and its philosophies towards audiophilia.
Everyone has that one special product. One they have an unconditional love for. This is the story of how Andrew Robinson journeyed far from home to rescue that special product and got more that he bargained for.
Tubes are hard to find in general. Good tubes are even harder to track down. Andrew Robinson offers up a few places on the internet that can help feed those audiophile tube urges.
Linn Says Your System Is Only As Good As Your Source. Is This Philosophy Still Relevant To Today’s Audiophile?
Linn was a leader in the audiophile industry when vinyl was the source of choice. They continue to be a relevant company in the contemporary industry, but is their philosophy still relevant?