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Jana Dagdagan Posted: Oct 13, 2016 8 comments
Day 2 began with more of floor 2. My first stop: the Eclipse room…
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John Atkinson Posted: Oct 13, 2016 2 comments
My beat at the 13th RMAF was the 7th and 11th floors of the Marriott Tower, so to kick off my reporting, my first room on the 7th floor was Dynaudio USA.
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Herb Reichert Posted: Oct 13, 2016 1 comments
In the room shared by NAD and PSB, I got to meet the latter's Paul Barton and listen intimately to Francis Albert Sinatra…
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Stereophile Staff Posted: Oct 13, 2016 0 comments
Retailer Audio Den (2845 Middle Country Rd, Lake Grove, NY 11755) is holding an evening with John Atkinson, Editor-in Chief of Stereophile magazine, on Saturday, October 15, starting at 5pm. Not only has John been writing about audio for 40 years, he has engineered, produced, mastered, and played on more than 40 commercially released recordings. He will be discussing how recordings are made and how this affects what you hear on your own system.
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Jason Victor Serinus Posted: Oct 12, 2016 3 comments
It's hard to believe that such diminutive speakers can descend to 42Hz…
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Herb Reichert Posted: Oct 12, 2016 1 comments
The inside of the Brinkmann Nyquist is beautiful, like a jet fighter…
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Jason Victor Serinus Posted: Oct 12, 2016 5 comments
Before me, the name Auralic. Inside the room, that company's new Polaris wireless streaming amplifier ($3800), paired with Ryan R630 loudspeakers ($5000/pair)…
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Jason Victor Serinus Posted: Oct 12, 2016 7 comments
Peachtree's David Solomon, operating an iPad while jacked up on enough caffeine to enable a mouse to fly to the moon on its own steam, seemed caught by surprise as non-industry showgoers appeared in his room during the time reportedly reserved for the press.
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Jana Dagdagan Posted: Oct 12, 2016 13 comments
The first seminar of the day—and the show—was Affordability: How Low Can You Go?
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Herb Reichert Posted: Oct 11, 2016 2 comments
My brain began to spin, wondering how the thing actually works. What keeps the record on the platter? What keeps the tonearm on the record?

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