AXPONA 2020 is now officially canceled. They’re offering to refund tickets or, for those who don’t cancel, to give a free companion ticket for the…
Category: Home Audio
Will this blog be the ultimate audiophile destination? That’s unlikely. I won’t be reviewing music or equipment, per se, nor am I going to be hardcore about insisting on testing new music or equipment in a pure audiophile situation.
Here in my own home audio, music isn’t required to be audiophile quality for me to listen to it. Some of my equipment is around more because I’m sentimental about it, as well.
What you WILL find is a genuine interest in getting the best out of the equipment and music I have, as well as a curiosity about what others have.
In the past, I had attended a number of audio events and high-end equipment premieres, throughout the year, but no longer live in an area where those are frequent events. I still hope to find a few to include in here.
Despite my previous post about how AXPONA was only 65 days away, that count has just jumped due to the Coronavirus.
I’ve now had the Wharfdale Linton Heritage speakers for a while and put off writing about them for too long. I now need to finally write about them.
Axpona 2020 is getting closer. This is the Audio eXposition Of North America and, for the audiophiles among us, the most fun most of us will have in 2020.
Some people return from their Thanksgiving trips with turkey leftovers. Others return with speakers. I’m in the latter category with a set of KEF LS-50 speakers.
This post and the last are a bookshelf speaker comparison that my spouse wrote based on the two of us sitting down for hours with a standardized set of recordings to come up with these comments. These comparisons were originally posted to AudioKarma, but I would like to share them with others who might be interested.
This post and the next are a bookshelf speaker comparison that my spouse wrote based on the two of us sitting down for hours with a standardized set of recordings to come up with these comments. These comparisons were originally posted to AudioKarma, but I would like to share them with others who might be interested.
Recently, I attended the MAC (Midwest Audio Club) DIY (Do It Yourself) event in Ankeny, Iowa. These events run across the Midwest, by the way.