How would you design a dedicated listening room to house a pair of Wilson Audio Specialties Alexandra XLF or Pipe Dreams 7 speakers?

March 9, 2015 No Comments

I was recently asked how I would design a dedicated listening room to house a pair of Wilson Audio Specialties Alexandra XLF, Pipe Dreams 7 speakers, Magico’s M Project special editions, Final Audio Opus 204’s, CAT MBX Powered Speakers, Backes & Muller BM 100’s, Moon Audio Signature Titan II’s, Magico Ultimate III’s, Wisdom Audio Infinite […]

Announcing Wilson Audio Alida – YouTube

February 4, 2015 No Comments

A nice look here at Wilson Audio’s Alida. Alida is a multi purpose speaker produced by Wilson Audio with several new technologies and even more applications. Alida allows you to have a surround sound experience without all the hassle of ground speakers and wires. It can be used for movies, music, and just about anything […]

Stereo Design B&W Bowers & Wilkins CM10 S2 Speakers – YouTube

February 3, 2015 No Comments

The following video shows the brand new B&W Bowers & Wilkins CM10 S2 floor standing speakers. The speakers are a three way loudspeaker and have a one inch Nautilus tube loaded with an aluminum tweeter and three base drivers. They are available in black, white, or rose wood. The speakers are a gorgeous complement to […]

Neil Young’s Pono to Launch in 2014.

The article focuses on Neil Young’s attempts at countering the increasingly popular, lower quality mp3 audio that has become the norm in the music industry. Young’s alternative was called Pono and he’s worked on it with some of the brightest minds in the audio industry. He sought a partnership with the late Steve Jobs, but after his passing chose to go a different route attracting sound experts from Dolby and Meridian.

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Neil Young’s Pono to Launch in 2014.

Herbie Hancock / Meyer Sound – Surround Sound

April 4, 2014 No Comments

When people hear most types of sounds, they hear it in surroud sound. The sound is all around them. Unlike sounds that occur in real life, however, most concerts are produced in a two-dimensional sound format. Sound is much flatter and less natural. Herbie Hancock is working with a process that produces music concerts in […]

Why I Care More About Your (Inter)face Than Your Rack.

Racks are impressive pieces of technological ingenuity and even though many of us “techies” revel at the thought of displaying our setups to anyone who would care to look they really are an eyesore and a piece of equipment we hardly ever physically touch. Find out why your control module be it app, tablet, or remote are much more rewarding and important to the overall experience.

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Why I Care More About Your (Inter)face Than Your Rack.

Meyer Sound Soothes Central Park. Nice gig to get.

The New York Philharmonic’s audio director Larry Rock gives a rundown of equipment used for the orchestra’s outdoor concert series in Central Park. Rock goes into the nuts of bolts of how he got this massive orchestra to sound great on Central Park’s Great Lawn along with a few things he could have done differently. Great read.

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Meyer Sound Soothes Central Park. Nice gig to get.