French streaming service and download store Qobuz has opened up their much anticipated US streaming service to select beta users: Qobuz, the European-based certified Hi-Res streaming and download service whose launch in the US has […]
According to the CES Floor Plan for the Venetian Hotel, where “High-End Hi-Fi” lives during CES, there are 12 hifi companies exhibiting. In total. Am I going to CES? Why would I?
Here’s the text that goes along with the image: Can’t bear to send your old stand-alone speakers to the Island of Misfit Toys? Connect:Amp allows you to incorporate your favorite bookshelf or floor-standing speakers into […]
Does this DAC look like a seductress? That’s the scenario Jon Iverson paints in his review and follow up (and follow up ASWI) about the BorderPatrol DAC SE. In John Atkinson’s recent As We See […]
While there’s no set date for the US Qobuz launch, it “will be announced soon”. Soon is good! We do however, have the Pricing Plan!
I have issues with some hi-fi forums. Namely, rudeness, personal attacks, off-topic rambling, and utter nonsense pretending to be the truth. When left unchecked, this kind of behavior can fester and infect a forum faster […]
In an effort to provide more efficient support for their network-based products, AURALiC has decided to move to a hybrid sales model, combining direct and dealer-based distribution.
Editor: Please join me in welcoming Darren Henley to the TM review team. Darren’s experience and interests will see him focusing on all things head-fi.
Vincent Brient, Mr. totaldac, has been busy, releasing not one but two new DACs—the d1-twelve-mk2 and the d1-direct. According to Vincent, the d1-twelve-mk2 improves on the original d1-twelve by using “new techniques from the d1-direct […]