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Editorial for August 2014

Editorial for August 2014

For August Universal and DGG will donate two of their new Karajan/Richard Strauss analog recordings sets consisting of 11 CDs and a Pure Audio Blu-ray. Details Here. The remastered set is released to mark the 25th Anniversary of the conductor’s death and the 150th Anniversary of Richard Strauss (June 2014). All of Karajan’s R. Strauss […]

Audio News for March 28, 2014

Onkyo Adds HDMI 2.0 and “4K” Video to Multichannel Receivers; Increased Consumer Confidence; D-Link Has Wi-Fi Extender; Sharp Universal Player Transmits Hi-Res Audio and HD Video Wirelessly

Editorial for February 2014

Editorial for February 2014

Motema has donated six copies of their GRAMMY-nominated 2010 album Water, by Gregory Porter to go to six lucky AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers who register on our simple form this February. Jazz Wise said Porter had “outstanding original songs, erudite lyrics and social comment, top drawer musicianship and improvisation, and a voice to die for.”  Porter […]

Audio News for November 26, 2013

Fight Between Apple and Digital Music News Over Digital Copyright; 1893 Recording of Black Vocal Group is Auctioned; Six Horrible Violent Video Games to Keep Your Kids Away From This Holiday; Iowa Gets Over $275,000 in Google Settlement; Funny Video Clips Most-Watched by People Online

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

Editorial for July 2013

Editorial for July 2013

Two exciting jazz SACDs will be in the hands of ten AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers next month who register this month on our simple form.  Both from Chesky Records, they benefit from the label’s minimalist miking techniques and will make an outstanding addition to any audiophile collection. Cobbs Corner is a swinging quartet led by drummer […]

Editorial for July 2013

Editorial for June 2013

Evelyne Crochet’s 2006 recordings for Music & Arts of Books I & II of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier will go to ten AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers who register this month on our simple form. Educated in her native France, Ms. Crochet studied with Nadia Boulanger and Edwin Fischer and was brought by Rudolf Serkin to the U.S., […]

Audio News for May 7, 2013

The End of New Devices; Cut the Cord and Save; 47% of Entertainment Devices Are Connected to the Internet; Q1 Growth of Home Media Spending; Thiel Audio Ships First Speakers Since Acquisition

Editorial for July 2013

Editorial for February 2013

A special collection of Great Piano Concertos will be part of the library of five AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers early next month who register using our simple form this month.  Honoring the 25th anniversary of Naxos Records, the ten-CD box set draws on their huge catalog of piano concerto recordings and provides a fine introduction to the […]

Audio News for November 13, 2012

McIntosh Laboratory Added to Fine Sounds SpA; Two New PSB Speakers for Flat TVs; Parasound Adds DAC to Half-Rack Series; Netflix and YouTube Usage Rise; Dish Wins 1st Round In ‘AutoHop’ Suit

Audio News for July 22, 2011

Internet-to-TV Adapter Kits for Reliable Wired Home Networking; CEDIA Installer Revenues & Margins Up in 2010; Roku 2 Set-Top Players Introduced; Circuit City’s Old DIVX Patents Sold for $750,000; Universal Electronics Sues Logitech Over Remote Control Patents; Spotify = Streamined Music Service

Audio News for May 20, 2011

New Transparent TV Energy Labels Now Mandatory; Grace Wi-Fi Radio Now Includes Recording Option; Google Android@Home & Tungsten To Bring Your Music Closer; Headphone Maker Moves Manufacturing Back to the U.S.