Information About Enjoy the Music.com
Enjoy the Music.com is the web's leading information site for audiophile music and equipment consumers since 1995. Over the years our site has received critical acclaim from worldwide Web surfers and other like-minded audio publications both on the Internet and in print. Being affiliated with prominent print publications while also offering its own Review Magazine, with subsections including Superior Audio, DIY Magazine and our longstanding Classic sites. We have over 230 show reports online to date. Enjoy the Music.com is the leading Internet authority for diverse information serving both audiophiles and music lovers worldwide. Enjoy the Music.com is also the only specialty audio site with its own Internet browser and RSS feed so their readership can easily find information they desire. Enjoy the Music.com is currently official Internet partners with Australian Hi-Fi Magazine, Hi-Fi+, HIFICRITIC, HiFi Media, Hi-Fi World, NOVO (was CANADA HiFi), Sound Practices and VALVE Magazine. Enjoy the Music.com is also official media partners with major North American shows including AXPONA and Rocky Mountain International Audio Fest.
In addition to offering the largest and most longstanding high-end audio industry news, Enjoy the Music.com also contains the Internet's most diverse and authoritative high fidelity audio reports from various shows and events from around the world. As of May 2018 there are well over 230 show/event reports online, approximately 7000 web pages, and an industry / historically immense amount photos. Most webmasters consider this a very large-scale website.
Enjoy the Music.com is the only consumer electronics website offering an Internet browser customized for audiophiles, which is free for download and usage.
Enjoy the Music.com has well over 230 different consumer electronics and music related event reports online. This eclipses, by a wide margin, all other online audiophile website magazines.
Enjoy the Music.com provides audiophile site updates daily (weekday) for all popular RSS feed readers for many years.
Enjoy the Music.com is the industry's only audiophile site that streams live, professional high resolution video during a high-end audio events via sister site Enjoy the Music.TV. Our stream also includes live chat so worldwide viewers can ask questions to those appearing on camera. We also provide live, full Twitter integration.
Enjoy the Music.com is the only site that is partners with respected leading and authoritative print publications including Australian Hi-Fi Magazine, Hi-Fi+, HIFICRITIC, HiFi Media, Hi-Fi World, NOVO (was CANADA HiFi), Sound Practices and VALVE Magazine.
Enjoy the Music.com is the only strictly online consumer electronics audiophile site that regularly places advertisements within various print publications to further their reach in acquiring new readership.
Enjoy the Music.com has offered well over $250,000 in prizes to our readership.
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Steven R. Rochlin is also, or at one time was, a Member of the Consumer Electronics Association's Citizen Action Network (CEA CAN), is a member of the Boston Audio Society (BAS), San Francisco Audiophile Society, Los Angeles Audiophile Society, has a Master's Degree from of the Academy Advancing High Performance Audio & Video (AAHPAV), plus an International Auto Sound Challenge Association (IASCA) certified judge. He was also a Member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (Grammy Award organization). His work has been recognized by many authorities within the industry including the President of the Consumer Technology Association (was CEA) and was a member to help guide CEA's high-end audio division. Side projects by Steven R. Rochlin include being a recording engineer and solo artist with the release of his reference-quality drum/percussion album available at www.THTST.com, earning the Driver's Championship in Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Formula 2000 series, medium format camera, mechanical watch enthusiast... plus too much more to mention here.
The below is part of the original site and will remain, as Max was Steven R. Rochlin's brother, who most unfortunately passed away. This entire website is, therefore, dedicated in his memory.