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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.

Simaudio Introduces MOON Neo 280D DAC

Simaudio Introduces MOON Neo 280D DAC

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At CES, Simaudio showed off the new MOON Neo 280D digital-to-analog converter ($2,200), which includes seven digital inputs (one AES/EBU, two SPDIF, two Toslink, one USB, and Bluetooth) and the option to add the MiND network audio player ($800) for... Read More

 
Seven Steps to Hi-Res Audio Heaven

Seven Steps to Hi-Res Audio Heaven

By Mark Smotroff

 

Intrigued by high-resolution audio but unsure how to begin? Mark Smotroff outlines the gear you need and other important things to consider as you begin your journey toward higher-quality music. Read More

 
Do You Need to Love Music to Be a True Audiophile?

Do You Need to Love Music to Be a True Audiophile?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

What does it mean to be an audiophile? Do you need to be passionate about music (or movies), or can it be all about the sound reproduction itself? Our writers weigh in. Read More

 
Panasonic Brings Back the Technics Brand

Panasonic Brings Back the Technics Brand

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Technics is returning as a high-end audio brand, Panasonic announced at the 2014 IFA show in Berlin. The new R1 Reference Class and C700 Premium Class lineup of speakers, amps, and other components will arrive first in Europe and Japan... Read More

 
Sony Adds Portable Music Player to Hi-Res Audio Lineup

Sony Adds Portable Music Player to Hi-Res Audio Lineup

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During a pre-IFA press conference last week, Sony provided details on a number of new audio products, including three additions to its Hi-Res Audio Series: a new soundbar, new headphones, and a new hi-res audio player. A rundown of each... Read More

 
Magico Releases the

Magico Releases the "M Project"

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Magico, known for pricey and unconventional-looking speaker designs, has announced the release of the M Project, a limited-edition loudspeaker with a run of only 50 pairs. From Magico Paying homage to everything Magico has built over the last ten years,... Read More

 
New Wireless, Lossless Audio System From Sharp

New Wireless, Lossless Audio System From Sharp

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Sharp has a new wireless high resolution audio player, the SD-W1000H. It can handle 7.1 channels of audio and wirelessly transmit them to a receiving device wirelessly. It can handle a host of file formats including FLAC, WAV, MP3, DSP,... Read More

 
YouTube To Offer Streaming Music

YouTube To Offer Streaming Music

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YouTube has been the king of the hill when it comes to sharing videos on the internet. Now they are getting their feet wet in the streaming music world, but not for nothing. The new service will be ad-free but... Read More

 
HDtracks Give Free Music To Sprint Users

HDtracks Give Free Music To Sprint Users

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If you own an HTC One Harman Kardon Edition or LG G2 from Sprint then you are due a free gift from HDtracks. They are supplying a free music sampler to owners of either in 24-bit quality. From HDtracksHDtracks.com, the... Read More

 
Pioneer Launches Atmos Speaker System

Pioneer Launches Atmos Speaker System

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As with several other companies lately, Pioneer is announcing the launch of new products that bring Dolby Atmos technology home. Oddly, the 5.1 system doesn't feature Atmos' trademark overhead speakers, but rather a extra top-facing speaker on the top of... Read More