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Kalman Rubinson Posted: Jan 11, 2015 1 comments
For years, I have greeted Rogue's Mark O'Brien with the question, "Anything new in digital?" fully knowing that Rogue Audio is committed to vacuum tube-based analog. This time I asked "Anything new that is not digital?" and Mark beamed. Finally, I had asked the right question...
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Robert Deutsch Posted: Jan 11, 2015 0 comments
That was the subject heading of an email that I received from GoldenEar's Sandy Gross back in November.
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Robert Deutsch Posted: Jan 11, 2015 0 comments
Sandy Gross and his charming daughter, Wendy, who was at CES helping dad out.
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Robert Deutsch Posted: Jan 11, 2015 0 comments
Bryston's James Tanner and Brian Russell (left to right) seemed pretty happy at CES, and with good reason.
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Robert Deutsch Posted: Jan 11, 2015 4 comments
Thiel is back! Following a period of reorganization necessitated by the death of Jim Thiel, the "new Thiel," while varying in specifics, promises to respect Jim Thiel's sonic ideals while developing speakers for both two channel and multichannel.
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Robert Deutsch Posted: Jan 11, 2015 2 comments
For those interested in audio, the products on display at Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) are of little interest. And yet...I don't think I would feel that I've attended CES unless I spent a few hours at LVCC. I figured that it would be best to go on the first day of 2015 CES, before the show really got going.
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Robert Deutsch Posted: Jan 11, 2015 1 comments
However, I was rather touched by the banner promoting the stated aim of CES: "A Better Life, A Better World." It's hard to argue against this sentiment.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 08, 2015 9 comments
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the Antelope DAC with its Acoustically Focused Clocking technology earlier this year, especially with headphones. And now the company has made good on its promise to release the companion 10M Clock which Antelope claims is 100,000 times more accurate then the Platinum's built-in ticker.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 08, 2015 6 comments
As we've noted in the past, the Rubicon has a rich feature set and price to match: $40k. And now the product has been updated to include support for DSD 128 and 24/384 streaming via USB.
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Jason Victor Serinus Posted: Jan 07, 2015 49 comments
Neil Young, the great man himself, paid a visit to the hi-res exhibits at CES to herald the arrival of his righteous hi-res music file player, Pono. Among the announcements: Pono is now available at something like 80 retail outlets, as well as in 35 Fry's Electronics locations. Among the stores selling Pono are In Living Stereo in NYC, Audio Consultants in Chicago, The Audio Salon in LA, Audio Element in Pasadena, Audio Vision SF, Music Lovers in Berkeley, Definitive Audio in Washington State, Amoeba in SF and LA.

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