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Wes Phillips  |  Jan 09, 2006  |  0 comments
But change the name of the companies involved and I heard every one of the claims in "The Top 10 Lies of Entrepreneurs" uttered at one point or another this past week.
Larry Archibald  |  Jan 09, 2006  |  First Published: Nov 09, 1986  |  0 comments
Most readers of Stereophile are in it to read about great products—things that make the hobby and art of home sound reproduction exciting. In this respect, reviewers aren't too different—we love sound reproduction and music in general, and products that help bring this to life are the cat's meow. Reviewers that can't respond with this kind of excitement don't have a place writing for this magazine.
Wes Phillips  |  Jan 09, 2006  |  0 comments
Hah—I'd like to see the program, that could figure me out!
Wes Phillips  |  Jan 09, 2006  |  0 comments
I just solved your unsolvable math problem.
Wes Phillips  |  Jan 09, 2006  |  0 comments
World's longest concert sounds second chord after one-and-a-half years. It's A, C, and F#—gonna take a while to resolve that one.
Wes Phillips  |  Jan 09, 2006  |  0 comments
What a great idea. Can I add absitively?
Wes Phillips  |  Jan 09, 2006  |  0 comments
Languages change and die all the time, but can one spoken by so many people really be vanishing?
Stephen Mejias  |  Jan 09, 2006  |  7 comments
I'm sitting in the hotel lobby, at a small brown table, with Wes Phillips. Our laptops are caught in a long embrace, staring at one another, making a sort of _/ \_
Robert Deutsch  |  Jan 08, 2006  |  First Published: Jan 09, 2006  |  5 comments
The fabled Threshold Stasis amplifier is back. The S/350 reissue, built in China by Threshold International Ltd., is said to have the same circuit as the original, but with updated components. The original cost $3900 in 1992, so for those who long to own this famous amplifier, the S/350 reissue at $2000 is a bargain!
Robert Deutsch  |  Jan 08, 2006  |  First Published: Jan 09, 2006  |  2 comments
Silverline Audio's new Prelude is a slim floorstander combining an aluminum-dome tweeter with two 3.5" aluminum/magnesium-alloy mid/woofers. Designer Alan Yun was running the speakers with a pair of Pass X600s (600Wpc), an unusual combination intended to show the speaker's potential for dynamics and bass extension—and it certainly did that. Nice, smooth sound, too. The Prelude seems like a real bargain at $1200/pair.

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