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Jonathan Scull Posted: Aug 09, 2001 0 comments
Thanks to all the "Fine Tuners" out there who filled the room early on Sunday morning at the Home Entertainment 2001 Show in May for my "Fine Tunes Clinic." And thanks to Victor Tiscareno of Audio Prism/Red Rose Music for the "technical stiffening." I applaud all your intelligent curiosity, questions, and tales of woe and success. Let's do it again.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Aug 05, 2001 0 comments
Like the proverbial camel who took over the tent after getting just his nose in, it appears that once copy protection is given an inch, it will inevitably try to get in all the way. At least that's how it appears with an increasing variety of CD copy protection systems now currently being tested en masse by the major record labels. Latest to announce a new "evaluation agreement" is BMG Entertainment, which will use and evaluate SunnComm's MediaCloQ "digital content cloaking technology", first put to the test earlier in the year on a Charley Pride CD (see previous).
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Barry Willis Posted: Aug 05, 2001 0 comments
The National Association of Broadcasters has lost a round in its fight to avoid paying royalties for music streamed over the Internet.
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Barry Willis Posted: Aug 05, 2001 0 comments
Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group are more than friendly competitors, in the view of the Federal Trade Commission. They are also partners in crime, according to charges filed against the two on July 31 in New York.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Aug 05, 2001 0 comments
Although the deal was announced by both companies only weeks ago, it appears that Audio Advisor will in fact not be distributing Musical Fidelity products in the US after September 1. In AA's place, Musical Fidelity has chosen Kevro International as the exclusive US distributor for its complete line of electronic products. According to Kevro International spokesperson Kathy Ginn, "Musical Fidelity [has] chosen to market [its] products through independent specialists rather than [continue] their previous approach [of distributing the line] through mail order and the Internet. And, unfortunately, AA will no longer be a dealer."
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Stereophile Staff Posted: Aug 05, 2001 0 comments
Wes Phillips is hesitant as he takes a listen to a revised version of the first speaker he ever reviewed for Stereophile. Will the new ProAc Response One SC loudspeaker vindicate his original positive assessment of its predecessor, the ProAc Response One S? Phillips admits all.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Aug 02, 2001 0 comments
"He's putting the drums in the rear channels?!?"
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Barry Willis Posted: Jul 29, 2001 0 comments
Sharp Electronics has announced a new lineup of "one-bit" digital amplifiers that may herald a new generation of audio products.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Jul 29, 2001 0 comments
News last week about SafeAudio CD copy protection indicates that while fighting pirates, the major record labels are also attempting to seal off the ability of users to place their own music from CDs onto computers. If they succeed, the only alternative for consumers who want non-pirated music on their desktops will be to buy content directly from the labels themselves, or companies set up to legally supply digital audio.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Jul 29, 2001 0 comments
If you haven't seen much in the mainstream press about the new satellite radio services from XM and Sirius, both poised to launch before the end of the year, you soon will. First out of the chute with the big media bucks, XM Satellite Radio unveiled last week its national advertising campaign called "Radio to the Power of X."

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