What Happened To Audiogon.com and Will It Get Repaired?
Audiogon.com has changed a lot, and not all of it has been for the better. Given these changes, and the ever-growing online marketplace, is Audiogon.com still a place that is worth your time? Read More
T.H.E. Show Newport Beach Show Report 2012
T.H.E. Show expanded to Newport Beach, California in 2011. Andrew Robinson journeyed down to T.H.E. Show 2012 to see what changes had been made to improve upon the inaugural event. Here's what he found. Read More
Does Generation Y Like The Sound of MP3s Over CDs?
There is a claim being made that the newer generation of music listeners prefer the sound of the MP3 format over that of the compact disc. Dr. Sean Olive an experiment to test this theory out. Read More
Is Walmart's Disc-to-Digital Service Worth the Time and Money?
Walmart offers a service that allows consumers to have Walmart make digital copies of DVDs and Blu-rays for a fee. This puzzled Adrienne Maxwell, so she decided to try it out for herself. Read More
Are AV Retailers To Blame For Lofty High End AV Prices?
The audio video has been in a state of flux or some time, splitting sales up between specialty dealers, big box stores, and online sellers. However, the dealers may have had more to do with this than they think. Read More
How To Build and Equip Your Home Theater PC
Home Theater PCs have become more and more popular as digital media becomes more streamlined. Andrew Robinson decided to build an HTPC from the ground up. Here's how it went. Read More
How The DAC Got Its Groove Back
With the advent of digital music and the easily portable nature of that format, the need for digital to analog convertors has grown and the DAC has made a journey to get to where it is today. This is that story of that journey. Read More
The 10 Best Sounding Rooms from the New York Audiophile Show 2012
Jeremy R. Kipnis visited the 2012 New York Audiophile Show. He went room to room, seeing what the show had to offer. These ten rooms are what he deemed to be the best sounding systems and products presented. Read More
How Does an OLED TV Work?
OLED is one of the technologies that could begin the new era of HDTVs. That is all well and good, but how exactly does this new technology work and why is better than we have now? Read More
Update On The Latest Video On Demand Technology
Streaming technology is constantly evolving, bringing better content to your HDTVs faster in and in higher volumes. Adrienne Maxwell checks in on the technology to evaluate the state of the field. Read More