Definitive Technology: 11433 Cronridge Drive, Suite K, Owings Mills, MD 21117-2294. Tel: (410) 363-7148. Fax: (410) 363-9998. Web: www.definitivetech.com
Timbre Sound, LLC, dba Thinksound, 350 Route 108, Suite 204, Somersworth, NH 03878. Web: www.thinksound.com
So do all items that appear on the front cover have to go to New Mexico to be photographed?
Quote:So do all items that appear on the front cover have to go to New Mexico to be photographed?
Yes. Photographer Eric Swanson and Art Director Natalie Brown-Baca, both of whom are based in Santa Fe, have been creating Stereophile's covers for getting on for 20 years now.
Photographs inside the magazine are mainly provided by the manufacturers of the products reviewed, with occasional images taken by Art Dudley, Stephen Mejias, and myself.
Well then let me tell you that they are so nice that I sometimes wish the magazine was much larger so that I could appreciate them (photos) even more. I still remember that beautiful white Canton Karat on the front cover. Have wanted one ever since.
Hi Stephen, very handy you reviewed both the ms01 and ts02 from Thinksound. My cheap Sony replacements for my cheaper Apple earbuds died on the way to Music Midtown Festival 2012 in Atlanta last week (ironic huh?). I said when they did, I would move up to the $100 realm for earbuds. Based on Stereophile reading, have ruled out Klipsh, Etymotic and Shure... Thinksound it is! Can you descirbe some differences that would push me to the ms01 over the ts02, as you seemed to rave about those in your review and at $79.99 are $40 cheaper.
I'm personally a big fan of the Thinksound ts02, and a lot of other reviewers seem to like them too. For example, I saw the other day that Headphones Unboxed have listed them as one of the top 3 earbuds. What I like about them is that they not only sound good, but are also made of wood and environmental friendly. How awesome is that? The same is true for ms01, I wish the review would mention that.