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Audio News for August 23, 2016

Sennheiser Coming to the Big Apple – Headphones will take center stage in October when Sennheiser opens two retail outlets in New York. Both a flagship Soundscape showroom in Westfield World Trade Center and a pop-up store in SoHo will stock Sennheiser’s audiophile range of headphones, including the new HE 1 electrostatic reference headphone system, and demonstrate the AMBEO 3D audio technology. Starting in Chicago on September 27, Sennheiser is planning a series of special “HE 1 Listening Experiences” in selected U.S. and Canadian locations, continuing on to other cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver and Toronto. Bryston Introduces New Digital Music Player – The BDP-π (yes, that’s the Pi symbol) is currently available for a $1295 suggested retail. The device is built upon the Raspberry Pi and HifiBerry platform, with a chassis that’s one-third the size of Bryston’s BDP player. The BDP-π will playback a range of digital files — from MP3 to lossless 24/192 — and can be connected to virtually any digital-to-analog converter, according to the company. It can also be connected to a network-attached storage drive and access Internet radio and Tidal streaming. The player features four USB 2.0 and one Ethernet (10/100 Mbps) input; […]

Audio News for May 19, 2015

Blues Star B.B. King Dies; The End of Brick-and-Mortar Retail Stores?; Sennheiser’s Latest Headphones Let You Dial Up the Bass; Denon Upgrades Its Heos Technology for Multiroom Audio

Audio News for May 15, 2015

Onkyo AVRs Include Atmos, DTS:X and HDMI 2.0a; Potential for Wired Supplements to Wi-Fi; ManualsOnline Has Mobile-Friendly Website; Remaining RadioShack Stores Will Keep Their Name

Audio News for May 12, 2015

Spotify Now Available on DTS Wireless Home System; Electronic Devices Kept Plugged In When Not in Use Waste Money; Home Depot to Put Apple Pay in Its 2000 Stores; May 1946 – Sony Electronics Founded In the Ruins of Post-War Japan

Audio News for May 8, 2015

RadioShack Trademark Sales Still in Limbo; Sharp Plans Custom Audio Channel; Digital Video Spending Hits #2.1 Billion in First Quarter; Samsung Sales & Profits Off in First Quartet; Tidal Claims to be Hi-Res But Isn’t

Audio News for March 10, 2015

Simon Rattle Also Appointed Music Director of LSO; Latest Sonos Update is a Leap Forward; DTS Challenges Sonos in Wireless Music; Sony Electronics U.S. Shutting Down Most Standalone Stores; How to Improve Your Voice on Audio Chats

Audio News for May 23, 2014

Samsung Marketing for Curved-Screen UHD TVs; Sharp’s New Audio Products; New Bluetooth Smart; Russound Preparing New Products; HBO Content Now On Amazon Prime Instant Video

Audio News for November 9, 2013

HRS – New Name for Hi-Res Audio?; Smartwatches Are Out Now, But Who Wants One?; Micro-DisplayPort Being Readied; Dish Expanding Wireless Broadband; Sony Pictures and Vudu Add Streaming Extras

Audio News for August 7, 2012

Logitech Introduces TV Camera for Skype; DEG Announces New Officers; Sharp Electronics Has Wider Loss, Cutting 5K Jobs; Google Licenses Rovi Guide Tech; Smart TVs’ Increasing Popularity