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Road Trip 2008 not welcome at Graceland

The organization that runs the world-famous home of music legend Elvis objects to the use of an Elvis-theme banner on CNET's Road Trip Web site--and cancels a behind-the-scenes visit.

By Jun. 26, 2008

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How to make your speakers sound better than ever

Play great-sounding music Blu-rays, DVDs, and CDs like these.

By Jun. 13, 2012

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Mastering music in the age of iTunes

The Audiophiliac went to New York's top mastering house, Sterling Sound, to discuss the state of the art with mastering engineer Ryan Smith.

By Apr. 18, 2012

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Amazon lets rip with AutoRip music service

When you buy an AutoRip-enabled CD, you automatically get the MP3 version for free, and those MP3 versions will be available via Amazon's Cloud Player.

By Jan. 10, 2013

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An awesome-sounding headphone amplifier Kickstarter project

Unlike previous Kickstarter audio projects, the budget-priced Sicphones amp is the first the Audiophiliac got to hear before it was a commercial product.

By Sep. 2, 2012

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MySpace could be flooded by Elvis impersonators

Elvis Presley Enterprises is hosting a high-profile concert on the News Corp.-owned social network that encourages members to submit Elvis karaoke performances via video. Winner gets a trip to Graceland.

By Jul. 28, 2008

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Road Trip 2008 hits 3,000 miles at music legend's boyhood home

By playing a little fast and loose with how directly I drove to Hank Williams Sr. Boyhood Home and Museum, I hit the milestone there.

By Jul. 2, 2008

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Post-mortem on Road Trip 2008 gadgets

After 4,583 miles and the opportunity to test out a series of some of the latest gadgets, this year's road trip comes to a close.

By Jul. 11, 2008

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Road Trip 2008: 5,000 miles through the Deep South

After trips through the Pacific Northwest and Southwest, reporter Daniel Terdiman will hit the highways of the Deep South this year. The trip will wind through Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Texas.

By May. 30, 2008