1313 Results for

analog-to-digital audio recording

Article

The analog vs. digital audio debate, no clear winner?

What sounds better, analog or digital? That's a matter of opinion.

By December 11, 2010

Article

Analog vs. digital music: What's better, and who cares?

The Audiophiliac says forget the tech and enjoy music wherever you can.

By June 25, 2014

Article

Numark NS6 review: Pro gear melds analog and digital for DJs

CNET reviews the Numark NS6 4-channel DJ controller, a more affordable and portable successor to 2009's excellent NS7.

By June 14, 2011

Article

Pebble Time smartwatch breaks Kickstarter records

As the new Pebble smartwatch blows up on Kickstarter, a dark Power Rangers fan-film blows our minds. Also, the Roadie app makes a sweet combo with Waffle House, and we check out Apple's ethnically diverse emoji.

By February 24, 2015

Article

What's the biggest factor determining the sound of your music: Recording, mixing or mastering?

The Audiophiliac interviews mastering engineer Dave McNair about who should get most of the credit for great sounding recordings, and his answer may surprise you.

By January 14, 2015

Article

Pioneering audio designer Joseph Grado passes away

The Audiophiliac looks back on the long and distinguished career of this New York-based maker of speakers, turntables, headphones and more.

By February 7, 2015

Article

Sky goes mobile and Apple makes record money in CNET UK podcast 419

Sky is getting into the mobile game, Sony lets Spotify worry about music streaming and Facebook crashes Tinder.

By January 30, 2015

Article

May the force be with you: Outlaw Audio Ultra X12 subwoofer

Big subs have huge advanatages over compact subs, so yet again the lesson is clear: for the best sound quality, size matters!

By December 23, 2014

Article

Old school meets new school: Yamaha A-S801 stereo integrated amplifier

It may look like a vintage 1970's amp, but Yamaha's all-new A-S801 sounds like the 2015 component that it is.

By February 28, 2015

Article

Police launch blurry YouTube channel for bodycam footage

Technically Incorrect: Seattle police, taking part in a pilot program to test the use of bodycams, creates a YouTube channel to release the footage. But it's heavily redacted.

By March 1, 2015