The AVGuide.com published the TAS Buyer’s Guide to Digital Source Components, which is a well written resource. However, there were some major oversights that challenge the volume’s relevancy.
Steven Stone likes to swap out his system seasonally, for very specific reason, but even though he swaps down price wise, it is interesting to note that he does not make a huge swap down in quality.
Everyone has a different idea of a revolutionary or game-changing feature. The idea that matters to one may not matter to another. The real question is at what cost do these features come.
The Library of Congress has thousand upon thousands of music recording, which American taxpayers own, but copyrights may keep these owners from ever being able to experience the music for themselves.
Everyone has a reference standard that is created by the best gear they can afford. That used to be it, the most expensive gear that can be afforded. However, it may be time to redefine the idea of a reference standard.