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04/05/2015 Dropping the needle all over again

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The music industry is forever changed. It all started on the 28th of April, 2003 with emergence of a little service called iTunes. The brain child of Mr Steve Jobs, few at the time could have predicted how this service would fundamentally change the way we consume music. Hit the skip button forward for 12 […]

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20/04/2015 Sound+Image Magazine on Wireless Multi-Room Audio Systems

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Hats off to Sound and Image magazine for the latest edition of their magazine. They have taken the industry’s fastest growing category – Wireless Multi-room Audio – and dedicated 46 pages to it. They have reviewed – in depth – every mainstream system on the market: Bluesound, Bose SoundTouch, Definitive Technology, Heos, LG Music Flow, […]

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07/04/2015 Going beyond the iPod

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The press are full of the revival of Vinyl stories – and with good reason, turntable sales are certainly on the way up. However the real growth area in this industry at the moment is high quality personal listening. Astell and Kern is a good example. This range is really a very, very high quality, […]

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30/03/2015 Deezer launches CD quality streaming on Sonos

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Len Wallis comments on the latest coming developments in audio streaming in Australia. “There have been far-reaching changes in this industry during the last decade, but that is nothing compared to what we are about to see. Both audio and video have been trending to on-line services for a long time, but this is about […]

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28/03/2015 The art of good theatre

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There was a segment (an advertorial in reality) that recently aired on commercial television featuring a home theatre, where the speakers were mounted flush into the walls. This is not an uncommon method of putting a Home Theatre together, but it was the words ‘…this does not compromise any quality of sound’ that attracted my […]

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