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Is my system underpowered? 3

Posted 1 year ago

How do you know if your system needs more power via a bigger amplifier? Especially if it was working great before you changed room size.

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Has digital replaced turntables in value? 2

Posted 1 year ago

At one time the value equation offered up by some manufacturers had the turntable at the top of the value equation asking people to invest the most there and then less on other system components. Has digital changed that equation?

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How does upsampling increase information? 3

Posted 1 year ago

How can you get more information by simply upsampling? Paul explains how digital audio works, what sample rate and bit depth means, and how computers count in binary in this simple short video.

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Whose opinions should you trust? 0

Posted 1 year ago

When it comes to evaluating high-end audio equipment whose opinion can you trust? With fewer dealers around it seems we're left with only the reviewers and they can't agree on much themselves. What to do? Paul offers some interesting suggestions.

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Bringing millennials into audio 3

Posted 1 year ago

Audiophiles constantly worry that not enough young people are entering into the joys and ecstasies of high-end audio. So, what does Paul suggest when it comes to engaging and keeping the younger crowd in high-end audio?

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Are isolation transformers worth it? 0

Posted 1 year ago

Often times electricians and hifi dealers recommend the use of isolation transformers to reduce the effects of line noise in recording studios and high-end audio systems. Paul shares his opinion on their use and explains why he's against them.

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How has 3d printing affected audio? 0

Posted 1 year ago

3D printing is a growing field invading all of engineering. How has it affected the audio industry? Paul shares with us his thoughts and the few examples of specially manufactured tonearms and other high-end products venturing into this high tech field.

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How do cone materials affect sound? 0

Posted 1 year ago

There are a seemingly endless variety of cone materials used in loudspeakers. What effects do they have to the sound and how do you choose one from another when designing a speaker?

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Building your own speakers from a kit 1

Posted 1 year ago

There are a number of DIY speaker kits available in Europe and elsewhere. Does it make sense to build them yourself to save money? And if so, how much can you save and what are the pitfalls?

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Are ABX tests valid? 1

Posted 1 year ago

ABX blind testing is supposed to be the be all end all in testing but Paul helps us understand its strengths and its flaws.

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Are we losing ground to foreigners? 3

Posted 1 year ago

We see an influx of foreign designed and manufactured high-end stereo products in the marketplace these days. What does that mean and how does it affect US design and manufacturing companies?

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The Munich High-End show 0

Posted 1 year ago

Copper Editor Leebs takes us to the largest High-End show on the planet. We get to meet the movers and shakers in the audio industry and cringe at Roy Hall's off-color attempts at humor. But, it's just what happens at a show like this, and Leebs captures it perfectly as if you were there.

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Does temperature affect sound? 5

Posted 1 year ago

Does music on a stereo system sound different when temperatures change? Our viewer finds that it does and wants to know if what he's hearing ir real or not. Temperature affecting sound???

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