What makes a compact disc collectible? Packaging? Great sound? For Audio Fidelity founder Marshall Blonstein, it’s a combination of those things, but ultimately, it’s the sound that matters.
Those records you just bought probably need a good cleaning. So how can you get them ready to play quickly and easily? Okki Nokki may be the answer.
How do you get better sound from your vinyl records? One way to achieve higher fidelity is to purchase better equipment, such as upgrading a turntable, tonearm, cartridge, phono preamps. Or, you can tweak your current system with these four accessories for analog setups.
At this year’s AXPONA (Audio Expo North America) in Atlanta (April 14-17), Goldmine picked some standout turntables to show off via Web video.
If you love music and top-shelf audio technology, be sure to snag a ticket for the 2011 Audio Expo North America event to be held April 14-17, 2011 in Atlanta.
It has been a great spring and summer for reissue vinyl releases. Rhino Records have kept the presses busy with a banquet of 180-gram LPs, sourced from the original analog masters.
Company offers an easy-to-use solution for vinyl lovers
Zappa was a pioneering artist in many ways, including the use of 16-track technology before The Beatles.
Boost your audio setup with one of these budget-friendly options
Will Ackerman founded Windham Hill as a guitar-playing carpenter, with no reason to believe that his roster of eclectic — and wildly talented — musicians would achieve widespread popularity