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With high resolution streaming services like Tidal and Qobuz available, are they better than standard CDs?
What happens if you exceed the rated wattage specifications of a loudspeaker? Is there a problem with too big of an amplifier connected to a speaker?
Blind audio testing is the “only true test” that this viewer believes. Does PS Audio use blind testing and, if not, why?
The visitor understands how vibration damping can positively impact the performance of a turntable, but a CD player? Really?
The days of a HiFi shop close to most cities is rapidly vanishing. What happened to them all and how should someone audition their equipment these days?
Is vinyl truly better than digital? Does digital recording compress the sound or is it the opposite? Learn the truth.
There are plenty of expensive ways to improve a stereo system: better equipment, more expensive add ons, better speakers. But what if you’re limited to a budget?
If speakers radiate sound from both their front and backs, do they have better imaging qualities to them?
When it comes to matching electronics to speakers, what’s the right way to go about it? How do you know if a particular amplifier will mate well with a speaker?
If you upgraded a power amplifier from 50 watts to 100 watts, what would one expect to hear different?