Jason Victor Serinus

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Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 14, 2016  |  13 comments
All good things must come to an end…
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 14, 2016  |  4 comments
At an hour-long Saturday-afternoon press event, jointly sponsored by Wilson and VTL, John Atkinson and I joined others to hear Wilson Audio's Peter McGrath introduce Yvette…
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 13, 2016  |  11 comments
That my Saturday at RMAF began one flight up, on floor 6, would be of no significance save for one fact…
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 13, 2016  |  2 comments
The first day of the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest ended with two important events…
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 12, 2016  |  5 comments
Before me, the name Auralic. Inside the room, that company's new Polaris wireless streaming amplifier ($3800), paired with Ryan R630 loudspeakers ($5000/pair)…
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 12, 2016  |  3 comments
It's hard to believe that such diminutive speakers can descend to 42Hz…
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 12, 2016  |  7 comments
Peachtree's David Solomon, operating an iPad while jacked up on enough caffeine to enable a mouse to fly to the moon on its own steam, seemed caught by surprise as non-industry showgoers appeared in his room during the time reportedly reserved for the press.
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 11, 2016  |  23 comments
On Friday morning at 9am, the blogging team of (left to right) yours truly, John Atkinson, Herb Reichert, and Jana Dagdagan gathered for a strategy meeting…
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 07, 2016  |  16 comments
Not having listened to Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.6, aka the "Pathétique," in quite some time, I had forgotten how heart-tugging beautiful it is. While there are many recordings of the work, few can possibly sound as good and feel as right as the new hybrid SACD from Channel Classics with Iván Fischer conducting the Budapest Festival Orchestra. Due out October 7, when it will also be available for download in high-resolution format from nativedsd.com, the recording also enlists the fine Brno Czech Philharmonic Choir for its atmospheric pairing, Borodin's Polovtsian Dances.
Jason Victor Serinus  |  Oct 02, 2016  |  3 comments
The Rocky Mountain Audio Fest is set to begin this Friday, October 7, from noon to 7 pm, in the mostly remodeled Denver Marriott Tech Center. The three-day audio show, which ends on October 9 at 4pm, promises 128 exhibit rooms, 32 vendor displays, plus three more in the parking lot (including the fabled Sony Magic Bus), 332 exhibit companies, and, at 62 exhibits, the largest CanJam ever.