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Phono cartridges demand proper loading to sound right but what does that actually mean? How do you find the proper load impedance and what happens when it’s wrong?
If you had the patience to save money and invest it slowly and surely over a 7 year period to build a dream hifi system where would you start?
There are high and low sensitivity loudspeakers requiring small to giant power amplifiers to drive them. Why aren’t all speakers easy to drive?
Tube dampers, special vacuum tubes, all the tricks needed for lowering microphonics in sound systems. But is that a good or a bad idea?
What’s the best place to point a side firing woofer at in a room?
Some of the best speakers ever made came from the greats like JBL and Altec Lansing. Can modern speakers even hold a candle to some of these classics?
Are there setup or technical tricks used to help a low level system sound as good as one playing at live levels?
A reviewer from Japan puts forth the notion that if you have the same shaped ear as the reviewers you like your tastes will match theirs. Is it true?
We are all searching for that perfect sound, that holy grail of sonic splendor in our systems. How do we know when we’ve arrived?
Receivers and integrates have been designed as systems so is it true that a separate phono stage from another company can possibly be better than the one built in?