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Stereophile Staff Posted: Jul 07, 2002 0 comments
Roger A. Modjeski's RAM Labs and Music Reference electronics now have a home on the Internet.
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Barry Willis Posted: Jul 07, 2002 0 comments
The music industry is reportedly preparing to open a new front in its war on piracy.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Jul 07, 2002 0 comments
There may be thousands of audio manufacturers around the world, but there are only a handful of ways for them to sell their products. These include your traditional bricks-and-mortar dealer network (everything from small audio boutiques to mass-market chains), the online or mail order retailer, direct sales via the Web or catalog, or direct sales via a company store.
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Barry Willis Posted: Jul 07, 2002 0 comments
Sirius Satellite Radio is now available nationally.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Jul 07, 2002 0 comments
As almost any Stereophile reader could tell you, if the record labels want to stem the rushing tide of big-time music piracy, they should consider starting with lower CD prices at retail. In other words, lessen the incentives that drive the illicit music market, and eliminate a sizable percentage of the problem overnight.
Jonathan Scull Posted: Jul 07, 2002 0 comments
With whom are you most intimate? Your wife? Husband? Your modern-times Significant Other? Your pet? Or, like a lot of audiophiles, is it your audio system? Do you nitpick and tweak it as if it were your pet?
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Barry Willis Posted: Jun 30, 2002 0 comments
The copy cat will soon be out of the bag down under. Australia's musical copyright society has reluctantly agreed to the deployment of CD-copying kiosks throughout the nation in exchange for what an Australian news site calls "a modest royalty payment" of about 6% of the $5AUS copying fee—or 30¢ per disc.
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Barry Willis Posted: Jun 30, 2002 0 comments
Stereophile writers and editors were saddened to learn of the June 27 death of colleague Timothy White, editor-in-chief of Billboard magazine. White collapsed of an apparent heart attack in an elevator at Billboard's New York offices and died shortly thereafter at St. Vincent's Hospital. He was 50.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Jun 30, 2002 0 comments
They have become the companies music fans around the world love to hate. But to their stockholders, the businesses developing CD-restriction technologies are a promising new technology niche for investing. SunnComm is one of these new companies dedicated to finding means to restrict the ways consumers can use compact discs, and last week they used their annual stockholder meeting as an opportunity to announce their latest copy-protection product.

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