Art Dudley

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Art Dudley  |  Dec 26, 2004  |  0 comments
You dodged a bullet.
Art Dudley  |  Jan 30, 2005  |  0 comments
First Watt isn't a real company, and the F1 power amplifier isn't a real product. Consequently, this isn't a real review.
Art Dudley  |  Feb 13, 2005  |  0 comments
It's a strange sort of progress: As culture and commerce evolve, most people look for simple, easy solutions to their needs. Enthusiasts, however, go out of their way to complicate matters, often choosing products that are expensive and difficult to use. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the world of home audio, where typical consumers have embraced the notion of smallish, self-contained music systems—yet audiophiles, who are surely as crazy as bedbugs, seem bent on parsing an ever-increasing number of individually distinct products from the basic concept of a music system.
Art Dudley  |  Mar 20, 2005  |  0 comments
Our December 2004 issue honored 56 contemporary audio products that stood out from the pack during the course of the year. Of those 56, fully nine were phonograph components (footnote 1), including one—the Linn Sondek LP12 turntable—that's been on the market for something like a hundred years.
Art Dudley  |  Apr 24, 2005  |  0 comments
"Spread out."—Moe, addressing Larry and Curly
Art Dudley  |  Apr 24, 2005  |  0 comments
"Spread out."—Moe, addressing Larry and Curly
Art Dudley  |  May 22, 2005  |  0 comments
Nothing is wonderful when you get used to it.—E.L. Howe
Art Dudley  |  Mar 23, 2003  |  0 comments
If I wrote a column for a car magazine and I learned that the magazine's readers were using their cars to run over kittens, I would be deeply troubled. I would beg them to stop. Failing that, I would find another line of work.
Art Dudley  |  Jun 19, 2005  |  0 comments
"Good career move."—Michael O'Donoghue on the death of Elvis Presley
Art Dudley  |  Jul 17, 2005  |  0 comments
I wish the domestic audio industry of 2005 were more like the pop-music industry of 2005, with its variety, vitality, and ability to reach beyond its boundaries to move people. And its sense of fun, which hi-fi often seems to entirely lack.

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