Now on Newsstands: Stereophile Vol.37 No.7

Joseph Audio’s immaculate Perspective loudspeaker is featured on the July issue’s cover and is treated to an in-depth review from John Atkinson. Revel’s superb Performa F208 tower speaker is also featured this month, along with the Classic reissue of Phase Technology’s best-selling PC-60 bookshelf. Art Dudley tries out the sound of DSD files with Luxman’s DA-06 processor, while radically different, ididosyncratic amplifiers from Miyajima in Japan and LFD in England are put under the aural spotlight.

Michael Lavorgna kicks off his “Audio Streams” column with a listen to Bluesound’s WiFi streaming products; Kal Rubinson tries miniDSP’s latest room-correction processor; July’s “Recording of the Month” is Texas Hurricane, Analogue Productions’ excellent compilation on 3313rpm or 45rpm LP and SACD, of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s studio albums; while Steve Guttenberg kicks off the issue by predicting that the market for physical media—music, movies, books, publications—will shrink to a size you could drown in a bathtub and wondering if the LP will be the last physical medium standing.

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COMMENTS
Devil Doc's picture

I don't know if you had anything to do with it but since I complained on this site, the last two issues arrived before they hit the newsstands, which is as it should be.

jimtavegia's picture

The postman commeth. I'm just happy he keeps bringing it, whenever it comes. LOve As We See It and missed Mickey this month. But, it is still all good.

otaku's picture

Was just going to comment that I got my issue before you posted it here.

tmsorosk's picture

I will never miss Mickey.

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