Audio

We take a look back at the early days of digital audio, when the newness of that "velvety silence" masked early faults.
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Mission has unveiled is new LX speaker range, which represents both a continuance of its current design philosophy and a return to the brand's roots. By Dan George.
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In the second half of our two part series on digital equalizer design, we get into the nitty gritty of the errors that cause digital filtering to sound less than ideal. By Christian Luther.
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We review the Audeze Sine headphones, a closed back, mobile-friendly design that gives products from more well-known brands a run for their money.
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The Challenger Deep is the deepest part of the deepest trench on the planet. It is 10,900m or 6.7 miles deep, pressure is around 16,000PSI, and it is one of the hostile environments known to man. It is also surprisingly loud.
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Roland Denning shares some often overlooked accessories that are mainstays in his sound kit.
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Headphones and headphone audio quality have been a bit of a hot topic of late, but Sony’s complete reimagining of the technology behind them and their method of delivery definitely borders on the outlandish.
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New turntables from Rega, Sony and Elipson prove that our love affair with vinyl is still quite strong. By Dan George.
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We profile the Red 4Pre system from Focusrite, which provides amples i/O and conversion options for your live production.
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Do you lose something when you go from analogue to digital? Why do so many of us still believe vinyl will always sound better than digital reproduction? The arguments have a lot in common with the film vs digital video recording debate.
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19 Mar 2016

Your binaural recording primer

by Published in Audio
Burgeoning consumer technologies will serve to increase the importance of binaural recording, so here's a quick introduction on the subject. By Roland Denning.
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