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Stamp collectors are sissies and audiophiles are real men. Men who live alone in their mother's basement until age 45, but they are still cooler than stamp collectors. The love of audio, audiophilia and the art of music reproduction is both a luxury and a passion that is expensive and complicated. News of advancements in the world of audiophila is key to success to achieving the end game of audio perfection. Read news, reviews and insights on the topic of audiophilia on this HomeTheaterReview.com resource page.

New DAC From PS Audio

New DAC From PS Audio

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The onslaught of DAC's continue with PS Audio's new DirectStream DAC. According to PS Audio it is a revolutionary new way to improve the sound of your music. From PS Audio PS Audio, manufacturer of fine audio equipment for over... Read More

 
HDTracks Partners With Liztic

HDTracks Partners With Liztic

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HDTracks has partnered with Liztic to help bring high-resolution audio to the people. HDtracks has been supplying audiophiles with 1:1 and high high-quality audio releases for some time now. Liztec brings their smartphone app to the party with its ability... Read More

 
Korg Readies Two New DACs

Korg Readies Two New DACs

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Korg has two new DACs on deck. Both the DS-DAC-100 and the DS-DAC-100m have 1/4" outputs, but the DS-DAC-100 also has XLR and RCA connections, for those looking who need more options. Both models will debut in March. From engadget... Read More

 
Miles Davis Kind of Blue Remastered To 24/192 on HDTracks.com

Miles Davis Kind of Blue Remastered To 24/192 on HDTracks.com

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HDTracks.com have gone and remastered one of the most iconic audiophile albums of all time, Miles Davis Kind of Blue. They have a special code for you if you want to download it at 10% off the retail price (HDBLUE10).... Read More

 
Clarus Introduces USB for Crimson Series of Cables

Clarus Introduces USB for Crimson Series of Cables

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Clarus has expanded the company's Crimson Series of audio cables. The Crimson USB audio cable has designed with the goal of answering all of the challenges associated with digital audio. Read More

 
What Happens When Audiophiles Die?

What Happens When Audiophiles Die?

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

What happens to audiophile systems when they die? Find helpful tips to protect your high end audio system for your heirs as well as suggestions on how to have your gear and music live on after you are gone. Read More

 
The Death Of The Dedicated Media Room and Why What Comes Next Is Even More Exciting

The Death Of The Dedicated Media Room and Why What Comes Next Is Even More Exciting

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

There are those who say that watching films on a home theater system is an anti-social experience. When you get together with friends, you simply sit together in a dark room and stare at the screen. This may be changing now with the advent of new technology that makes things a lot easier for those setting up a room in their house dedicated to home theater. Read More

 
Whale Hunting In The Desert - $20,000 Plus AV Components Are Everywhere At CES

Whale Hunting In The Desert - $20,000 Plus AV Components Are Everywhere At CES

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Many of the products at the January 2011 Consumer Electronics Show indicate that despite the poor state of the economy, companies are still looking to make sales of big ticket items. The market for these products is getting smaller and smaller due to the economy, but that doesn't appear to be stopping companies from trying to sell these high priced items. Read More

 
Wireworld Releases Reference USB Audio Cables

Wireworld Releases Reference USB Audio Cables

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Wireworld Cable Technology has introduced two new high end USB Audio cables: the Platinum Starlight USB and the Silver Starlight USB. Both feature Wireworld's proprietary DNA Helix conductor geometry and custom engineered carbon fiber and aluminum connectors. Read More

 
The Tweak Party Movement Offers Five Sonic Solutions That You've Probably Never Heard Of

The Tweak Party Movement Offers Five Sonic Solutions That You've Probably Never Heard Of

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

With the economy still hurting, many consumers are trying to find ways to improve the sound of their AV system without spending much if any money. After all, desperate times call for desperate action. Here is a list of system tweaks that range from truly stupid to things you may have simply never dreamed of before. Read More