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What's your favorite audio format: LP, CD, cassette, 8-track, FLAC, DSD or MP3?

Are you experienced? How many audio formats have you played?

By 7 February 2016

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The other analog format: Cassette tape decks have never been cheaper to buy

Vinyl's surging popularity is covered ad nauseam in mainstream media; the Audiophiliac ponders the rise of the other major consumer analog audio format, the cassette.

By 2 August 2015

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Call John Cusack: 400 boom boxes blast their way on to auction block

The legendary mobile music machine was everywhere in the 1980s and 1990s, and now you can own more than you'll ever have room for.

By 28 July 2016

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11 things we learned from 'Star Trek Beyond'

It's more Trek than it looks, and it's all about Brexit. Here's what we learned from the new Star Trek movie. Spoilers on the starboard bow, captain!

By 25 July 2016

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The last VCR manufacturer in Japan will close shop next month

Only one month left to pick up that VCR you've had on your eye on for the last 30 years.

By 22 July 2016

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You won't believe what's inside Sonos' first-ever retail store

Sonos is opening a 4,200-square-foot flagship retail store in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood that's an audio/visual feast.

By 12 July 2016

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Let's make audio great again

It may be hard to imagine, but audio was once a much bigger deal in most people's lives than it is now.

By 3 July 2016

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10 facts about the Apple-1, the machine that made computing history

On June 29, 1975, Steve "Woz" Wozniak tested the first prototype of the Apple computer, and history was made.

By 29 June 2016

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Why would anyone buy an MP3 player in 2016?

After using a variety of MP3 players for the past month, I learned that there's still a place for dedicated music players, and if they'd just embrace the streaming music wave, that place would in my pocket.

By 19 June 2016

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Not big on digital gaming? Now you can play off cartridges designed for smartphones

A Japanese company is releasing classic games on cartridges that plug into the headphone jacks of Android and iOS devices.

By 18 May 2016