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Paul Bolin Posted: Oct 12, 2003 0 comments
What comes to mind when you think of VTL? If you're like most of us, enormously powerful tube power amplifiers are inseparable from the name. To contemplate VTL is to think of some of the finest-sounding, most potent amps ever built—from the late-1980s, 400Wpc Ichiban, the first massively powerful tube monoblock of the audiophile era, to the mighty Wotan and Siegfried amplifiers of today. All well and good, as far as it goes.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Oct 12, 2003 0 comments
Readers are constantly telling us that downloaded audio files suck. I tend to agree with them.
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Stereophile Staff Posted: Oct 05, 2003 0 comments
Wes Phillips slips into his well-worn flame-proof underwear as he bravely introduces audiophiles to the musical merits of the Apple iPod. WP finds he likes living at the edge of audio trendiness, exclaiming, "Holy cow! I'm running with the fashionistas! Can I still be an audiophile, too?"
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Stereophile Staff Posted: Oct 05, 2003 0 comments
Sirius Radio has added an entertainment industry heavyweight to its board of directors.
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Barry Willis Posted: Oct 05, 2003 0 comments
Recording artists may soon have improved health care coverage, should an historic agreement be ratified by members of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).
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Jon Iverson Posted: Oct 05, 2003 0 comments
Whether listeners like it or not, record labels, including major players like BMG and Arista Records, are now making moves to rein in how their CDs are played and used. Unfettered CDs have been on the shelves for almost two decades, and some industry observers note that changing how they work at this late stage could be a recipe for trouble with consumers.
Wes Phillips Posted: Oct 05, 2003 0 comments
It was John Atkinson, that legendary ornithologist, who first pointed it out: "Have you noticed how frequently you see women using the iPod?"
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Malcolm Steward Posted: Sep 28, 2003 0 comments
On 28 July 2003, TAG McLaren Audio issued a statement saying that it had ceased the development of new products and was undertaking a full strategic review of its participation in the audio market.
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Stereophile Staff Posted: Sep 28, 2003 0 comments
Kalman Rubinson looks past the odd knobs to discover what's at the heart of the Blue Circle BC21 preamplifier & BC22 power amplifier. KR reveals, "In the past, I've found components with small drawbacks that made them unacceptable, but the Blue Circle BC21 and BC22 triumphed over their flaws."
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Barry Willis Posted: Sep 28, 2003 0 comments
GamuT Audio has been acquired by Danish investment firm Rossing Nielsen Electronics A/S, according to an announcement released September 22. Under the new ownership, the number of GamuT products will be reduced to "provide shorter lead times and to make the brand more competitive," according to company principle Poul Rossing.

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