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Mastering or media? 5

Posted 6 years ago

Michael Fremer loves vinyl played back on his digital audio player. Filter or something else?
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The second half 3

Posted 6 years ago

It's pretty straightforward to schedule out the first phases of a project and get the basic structure working, but the second half remains a mystery, yet has perhaps more importance than the first half.
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Polishing or cutting? 0

Posted 6 years ago

It's easy to fall into the trap of polishing before cutting but if you want your system to be a gem, get the basics right first.
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Teaching art 4

Posted 6 years ago

Designing something can be accomplished by a lot of people but connecting with people's emotions is something unique
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Endless loop 0

Posted 6 years ago

Audio used to be hardware centric, not it's mostly software based. This powerful shift in the industry will bring wonderful changes.
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Isolation 0

Posted 6 years ago

Isolation is a key component in the quest for better sound.
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The Enthusiast 2

Posted 6 years ago

The term Audiophile has long been associated with a love of great sound but I think it perhaps has a different meaning.
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Measurements that matter 1

Posted 6 years ago

When you measure something, it's important to understand the underlying causes of what you're measuring to make any sense of it.
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Zero calories 2

Posted 6 years ago

Do we really need to know something is 10 times lower in distortions we cannot possible hear?
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'Tis a shame 8

Posted 6 years ago

The masters and luminaries of high-end, at its peak, are still with us but getting older. 'Tis a shame if we lose that info forever.
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Thimk different 1

Posted 6 years ago

Focusing design efforts on making what everyone else is already doing better is a dead end street in many cases
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Stressing out 0

Posted 6 years ago

Preamps and sources get stressed out easily, so give them a break whenever you can.
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Step on the gas 9

Posted 6 years ago

Volume controls are more like the brakes of a car and less like the car's gas pedal.
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Power of cables 1

Posted 6 years ago

When we talk about wireless we don't really mean it because we're leaving out one of the most important wires of them all!
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Bi-wiring 4

Posted 6 years ago

Is bi-wiring your speakers the way to go? I believe so and here's why.
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Up against the wall! 8

Posted 6 years ago

Why do we have to continue placing speakers into the middle of the room? Isn't there someone that can design a different course?
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Through the open window 5

Posted 6 years ago

We are taking a few days off and enjoying the quiet of Carmel California. Last night we’re walking by a hotel and through an open window I hear the sound of a live piano. The folks I am with hear the same thing and comment on the fact it’s live. How is it we can […]
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Small and scrappy 3

Posted 6 years ago

The past few days we’ve been focusing on not setting boundaries but I think it is really more about where much of the innovation we see comes from. The fact is, most innovation comes from small scrappy little companies – not from big corporate giants. Take Apple for example – one of the more innovative […]
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