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Paul Wilson discusses the importance of measurements. Read more
 
Mark Smotroff once again revels in the notion that there can't be too much of a good thing...Read more
 
Mark Smotroff edges closer to a complete Ellington collection on vinyl... Read more
 
Mark Smotroff welcomes back an old musical friend to his playlists...Read more
 
Paul Wilson looks at the wisdom in having more than one recording of an artist's work... Read more
 
Mark Smotroff revels in the joys of a hybrid high resproduction...Read more
 
Mark Smotroff hopes some 80s and 90s music isn't lost forever...Read more
 

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Roger Skoff proposes the ultimate do-it-yourself test to prove that cables do sound different and it's all about the dialectric...
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We picked the 25 absolute best audiophile speakers over $5,000. See how your speakers stack up, Google +1 and/or Facebook "like" the page while voting for your favorite speakers right in the slide show. Also see the speakers that made the list but not the Top 25.
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This in-depth record of the birth of audiophilia charts the history of the hobby from its World War II roots to the emergence of transistors to the rise of turntables and beyond, and recounts the names that innovated to bring audiophilia to where it is today.

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