Stephen Mejias

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Stephen Mejias  |  Jun 28, 2006  |  0 comments
I'm Assuming You're All In Bands: Tris McCall in Brooklyn
Jersey Beat Music
Stephen Mejias  |  Jan 29, 2007  |  6 comments
If you're interested in a really special look at some of the best albums of 2006, you can visit The Tris McCall Report. You'll find that Tris has just begun to unveil the results of his annual Critics Poll. Today, he shares his thoughts on the voting results for the year's top albums. If you like what you read, check back each day this week for further commentary.
Stephen Mejias  |  Jan 14, 2013  |  0 comments
We recently reviewed Dayton’s overachieving B652 loudspeaker ($39.80/pair), the least expensive loudspeaker ever to be covered in our pages. Dayton Audio also offers a line of amplifiers, made specifically to partner well with their drive units and complete speakers.
Stephen Mejias  |  Dec 07, 2005  |  7 comments
"Two studs going out on the prowl. Watch out ladies, here they come," Elizabeth teased.
"Yeah," I said. "Ha-ha."
Stephen Mejias  |  Oct 19, 2010  |  1 comments
I had been aware of TTWeight’s line of beautifully crafted, heavy-duty phono accessories—center weights and clamps, outer rings, and mats—and while I knew that TTWeight’s Larry Denham also designed turntables, it wasn’t until seeing them in person that I fully understood the extent to which Denham has gone in perfecting his designs. Turntables aren’t just a hobby or side project for Denham.
Stephen Mejias  |  Mar 26, 2010  |  4 comments
I was intrigued by Grant Fidelity’s small B283 Mk.II tube processor ($225). Placed between a source component and integrated amplifier or between a preamp and amp, the B283 offers users the ability to “feel the difference of tube sound versus solid-state sound, and to experiment with tube-rolling,” Rachel Zhang explained. Interestingly, guitarists have also been known to use the B283 in front of their solid-state amps. Neat.
Stephen Mejias  |  Apr 28, 2009  |  5 comments
Yesterday's New York Post ran a brief story on Best Buy's decision to stock vinyl LPs.