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How A Vinyl Record Is Made
VIDEO: How A Vinyl Record Is Made
Quality Record Pressings / Acoustic Sounds vinyl LP pressing plant tour.
Enjoy the Music.com and Enjoy the Music.TV presents to you our tour of the Quality Record Pressings (Acoustic Sounds) vinyl LP pressing plant. We join plant manager Gary and owner Chad Kassem as they take us on a step-by-step journey through how a vinyl LP record is produced.
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Florida Audio Expo 2019 Show Report
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Florida Audio Expo 2019 Show Report

Show Coverage By Steven R. Rochlin
The Florida Audio Expo was excited to announce their inaugural show for 2019! This show was held on Friday February 8th through Sunday February 10th, 2019 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Tampa Airport Westshore. This new Southeast show seeks to give music lovers the chance to personally audition some of the industry's finest offerings, all taking place in sunny Florida.
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High-End Audio & Music Industry News

Audioengine A2+ Wireless Bluetooth Computer Speakers
Audioengine's A2+ Wireless Speakers ($269 per pair) were designed for your desktop with Class AB monolithic analog power amplifiers built inside the left speaker. Audioengine home speakers utilize Bluetooth aptX for up to 100 feet of wireless signal transmission without drop-outs.
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Cirrus Logic CS35L41 Amplifier For Portable Devices
Listening to music, streaming video and gaming on smartphones just got better with a boost from Cirrus Logic's latest boosted smart audio amplifier. The Cirrus Logic CS35L41 smart power amplifier is designed to support the growing trend toward stereo audio in smartphones and portable music players.
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Audio Research Trade Up! Program For USA
Audio Research is proud to announce a special program allowing Audio Research Owners in the USA to participate in the new Trade Up! program. The program offers owners of qualified Audio Research products trade-in values up to 75% of their MSRP when traded-in toward new Audio Research products.
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Abyss Headphones New AB-1266 Phi TC
The good folk at Abyss Headphones have just introduced their new AB-1266 Phi TC (Total Consciousness) stereo headphones. Newly designed 66mm planar magnetic speaker driver per side delivers the absolute highest resolution of any headphone the company has ever made. Proprietary planar magnetic transducer design (Patent Pending) is said to play effortless dynamics and low level details in the bass, mids, and highs with spacious sound outside of your head.
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Pro-Ject Audio Systems DAC Box E Mobile
PPro-Ject's DAC Box E Mobile (€99) is the company's first endeavor into the portable audio market. It's a compact digital to analog converter (DAC) that elevates the sound performance of your modern portable audio devices. While designed to be used on the go, DAC Box E mobile can also be connected to a personal computer or laptop via the USB C input.
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Wrensilva Black Tiger Ltd. Ed. Console Turntable System
Wrensilva's Black Tiger limited edition stereo console ($3599) celebrates the company's special anniversary. This limited edition Loft in ebonized American Oak has special detailing exclusive to this series, with only 100 units being available.
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Finally! True Hi-Res Lossless Music Via Qobuz
Qobuz, the world’s first and only certified Hi-Res (24-bit/up to 192kHz) streaming service, publicly launches today in the US. A hybrid streaming service and download store, Qobuz boasts approximately forty million CD-quality (16-bit) and millions of Hi-Res (up to 24-bit/192kHz) tracks, the largest available selection of Hi-Res streaming tracks anywhere.
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McIntosh Announces RS200 Wireless Loudspeaker System
McIntosh is proud to announce their new RS200 Wireless Loudspeaker System ($3000). Delivering room filling sound, the RS200 Wireless Loudspeaker System is McIntosh's next generation home audio wireless speaker. Designed for a modern streaming lifestyle, it comes packed with virtually everything needed to enjoy music streamed from handheld devices, stored online or a local computer, or played from legacy audio sources.
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Australian Hi-Fi Magazine            Hi-Fi+ Magazine            HIFICRITIC Magazine            HiFi Media Magazine

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High-End Audio Show Reports

AXPONA 2019 Show Report
AXPONA 2019 Show

 

Florida Audio Expo 2019 Show Report
Florida Audio Expo

 

New York Audio Show 2018 Report
New York Audio 2018

 

Capital Audiofest 2018 (CAF) & Canmania Show Report
Capital Audiofest

 

Australian Hi-Fi & AV Show 2018 Report
Australian Hi-Fi/AV

 


Copenhagen HighEnd

 

Rocky Mountain Audio Fest (RMAF) 2018 Show Report
RMAF 2018 Show

 

CanJam Denver @ RMAF 2018 Show Report
CanJam Denver Report

 

KL International AV Show 2018 Report
KLIAV Show 2018

 

HIGH END 2018 Show Report
HIGH END Munich
AXPONA 2018 Show Report
AXPONA 2018 Show
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Rebuttal: Lossless Streaming Music
Why whine and cry about lossless audio, because anything is better than MP3.
Editorial By S.R.A.E.
I have some serious qualms with Enjoy the Music.com's Creative Director Steven R. Rochlin's recent editorial Lossless Streaming Music: Welcome To 20 Years Ago. First off Steven, you're certainly not the first person to realize that streaming Hi-Res Music on the Internet was possible decades ago. Who cares if you think you were the first to stream music online without the need for a plug-in, because what did you do with that technology?
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Lossless Streaming Music: Welcome To 20 Years Ago
Today we're only 10 years behind the curve, and here's why...
Editorial By Steven R. Rochlin

Welcome to the February 2019 edition of Enjoy the Music.com's Review Magazine. Yada yada new reviews, some other bits here and there you may enjoy in this issue, plus of course a wonderful think piece by Roger Skoff.
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Come To The Party!
Roger Skoff writes about spreading the fun and saving money in the process.
Article By Roger Skoff

Did you ever wonder how it could be that the Mid-Fi companies are able to sell a multi-channel, multi-function receiver for so much less than our High-End manufacturers seem to be able to sell almost anything at all?
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Where Do We Go From Here?
Classic Audiophiles Versus Modern Music Lovers

Will 360-degree audio change the face of old-school stereo 'philes?
Editorial By Steven R. Rochlin
Modern times bring modern solutions. First came recording audio over 100 years ago using a now-primitive needle scraping wax. Eventually we humans invented the microphone, to eventually amplifying musical instruments to the point of going full-out synthesizing via Moog and others producing 100% electronically-created musical instruments.
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World Premiere Review!
Triangle Art TA-200M Class A Monoblock Amplifiers

Enjoying the heart of music.
Review By Tom Lyle
The first orders of business after I received the two monoblock amplifiers designed and manufactured by the California company Triangle Art was unpacking them, and then I had to make plans to get them upstairs to my main listening room. The two very heavy boxes containing the monoblocks were shipped from California, first by train across the country, then once they arrived at a station on the East Coast, by truck to my home.
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Manley Labs Absolute Headphone Amplifier
The makings of a legend!
Review By Gary Alan Barker Of Headphone.Guru
Back in the late nineteen eighties I ran a small boutique by appointment only high end Hi-Fi shop, and at that time our preamplifier of choice was the Manley (their first and only product at the time if my memory serves correctly), which we considered to be the finest audio product in the world.
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MrSpeakers Ether 2 Over-The-Ear Headphones
Evolution of a classic open back planar magnetic headphone.
Review By Scott Lombardo
From their humble beginnings of modifying Fostex T50RP headphones, to developing patented V-Planar technology and eventually creating ground up electrostatic headphones, MrSpeakers has continued to push the envelope while staying grounded to their roots. Now with their latest flagship offering, the Ether 2, MrSpeakers aims to cement their legacy in the world of headphones. Let's take a look and listen...
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Sumiko Rainier Moving Magnet Cartridge
Happiness is a warm (vinyl LP) hug.
Review By Paul Schumann
When I was kid in elementary school, one of my favorite times was when I had the chance to order books form the Scholastic Book Club. The teacher would pass out a little pamphlet with books to choose from, you would check the boxes of the books you wanted, then presto, they arrive about a month later. Of course, my parents would have to pay for them, but they were so cheap!
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McIntosh C2600 Vacuum Tube Stereo Preamplifier With DAC And Phono Stage Review

McIntosh C2600 Vacuum Tube Stereo Preamplifier
With DAC, Phono Stage And Headphone Amplifier

A newfound family heirloom. For a lifetime... and longer.
Review By Tom Lyle
The McIntosh name can bring up all sorts of memories, images, assumptions, and yes, yearning for many audiophiles and non-audiophiles alike. The first thing that comes to my mind when I think about McIntosh components is their history. One of the first pieces of high-end equipment I ever owned was a McIntosh MC-30 monoblock, a pair of which powered speakers in my basement system in the 1970s while I was still in high school.
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Falcon LS3/5A Classic Small Two-Way Monitor Reborn

Falcon LS3/5A Classic Small Two-Way Monitor Reborn
Resurrecting the old classic BBC LS3/5A that lives up against the older classics.
Review By Joseph Ki Cheong Ming

It is no secret that Malcolm Jones did most of the design and development of the legendary KEF drive units such as the B139, B200, B110, T15, and T27. He left KEF in 1974 having just completed the famous Reference Series 104 system and thus began work on an active professional monitor plus his new company Falcon Acoustics Ltd.
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