Monthly Archives: June 2015
Now DSDs are becoming easier to play, where exactly do you get them?
Online music vendors are waking up to the resurgence of interest in the single-bit hi-res format, but there is an alternative… DSD was born as part of one of those inevitable consumer electronics format battles, as hardware and music companies sought to find the next step on from CD. For the proponents of Super Audio […]
REVIEW: AK Jr – Astell & Kern’s new kid on the block
It may be designed as an entry-level addition to the acclaimed digital music player range, but this £399 machine is has serious intentions – and it’s now available in red, too! Click here for the updated AK Jr. review
Sevenoaks online magazine goes live
First digital issue of Select now available – and it’s free Now online is the first issue of Select, the new digital magazine from Sevenoaks Sound & Vision, complete with articles from John Archer, Ken Kessler – and me! Covering everything from 4K to Wi-Fi, and from multiroom to Dolby Atmos, the 68-page magazine contains […]
UPDATED: High-resolution audio – now with added fibre…
My latest music-network upgrade is another run of fibre-optic cabling – and it’s made an amazing difference UPDATE 08.06.15: More fibre, more sound! Well, I’ve just introduced some more fibre optics into my audio system, and this time the sound really has taken a leap forward. I took a bit of a kicking from the […]
The end of Linn preamps means – well, the end of Linn preamps. That’s all.
Having claimed to sound the death-knell for the CD player six years ago, Linn’s now calling time on the hi-fi preamplifier. It’ll take more than that…