• Introducing mu-so by Naim

    Introducing mu-so by Naim

    At CEDIA EXPO 2014, Audio Plus Services will debut the revolutionary Naim mu-so, the first wireless music system from Naim. Available in Canada and the United States in late September, mu-so will retail for USD1499. ...
  • HDtracks Launches in Germany and UK

    HDtracks Launches in Germany and UK

    New York, NY, September 9, 2014 – HDtracks.com, the world leader and pioneer in high resolution audio digital downloads, is pleased to announce the launch of its popular online store, www.HDtracks.de in Germany and www.HDtracks.co.uk ...
  • Bryston Introduces BDP-1USB Digital Music Player

    Bryston Introduces BDP-1USB Digital Music Player

    Peterborough, Ontario September 3, 2014 — Bryston has announced today the introduction of the BDP-1USB digital music player. The BDP-1USB is Bryston’s most affordable high-performance music player designed specifically for those customers using one of ...
  • Arcam Releases miniBlink Bluetooth Receiver

    Arcam Releases miniBlink Bluetooth Receiver

    Streaming high quality music from your favourite mobile device is now easy, with the miniBlink Bluetooth audio receiver. Engineered by Arcam, and using the aptX transmission system, the miniBlink allows any Bluetooth equipped music device ...
  • Baetis Announces New Reference Server

    Baetis Announces New Reference Server

    August 6, 2014 - Baetis Audio, makers of the highly praised Baetis® Revolution II Media Server, is pleased to announce its latest achievement -- the new Baetis Reference Media Server. Like our other servers, this ...
  • The Attention-Span Gap

    The Attention-Span Gap

    Every month, it seems, this magazine and other industry oracles lament the younger generation’s apathy toward high-end audio. The stated culprit is always the same: lack of exposure to good sound. I grant you that ...
  • Turning a Mac Into a Music Server

    Turning a Mac Into a Music Server

    Setting up an Apple computer for audio is simpler than a Windows pc because Apple offers fewer options. but it’s still possible to end up with a system that doesn’t perform optimally. often it’s a ...
  • From The Editor: It's All Good

    From The Editor: It's All Good

    For some audio hobbyists, there’s only one true path to audio nirvana. That path is often exceedingly narrow—loudspeakers with first-order crossovers, or single-ended triode amplifiers, or DACs without an oversampling filter, for examples. These proponents ...
  • From The Editor: The Tipping Point

    From The Editor: The Tipping Point

    High-resolution digital audio is rapidly approaching a tipping point. No longer a niche format for audiophiles, high-res is poised to become a mainstream alternative to MP3 and CD-quality audio. As I noted in my editorial ...
  • The Clash in High-Res

    The Clash in High-Res

    In their heyday—roughly the late-70s to early 80s—the Clash, with typical insouciant bravado, dubbed themselves “The Most Important Rock Band in the World.” They may well have been right. No doubt the band staked that ...

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