For Road Trip 2015, CNET takes a look at the tech revolution helping historians in Israel reveal more about our past.
FiiO's little bundle of joy, the X1, looks cool and sounds great, says the Audiophiliac.
The Pono player is due in October, but the X5 is cheaper, plays more types of file formats, and sounds sweet says the Audiophiliac.
The Audiophiliac visits the Masterdisk studio to watch engineer Alex DeTurk at the record cutting lathe.
We've heard about Pono for years, and now the promised 2014 launch has been postponed.
The Audiophiliac spends some quality time with FiiO's little X3, an awesome 192kHz/24-bit music player/headphone amplifier; it also sounds sweet with MP3s.
The Universal Music Group has released a slate of High Fidelity Pure Audio Blu-ray discs. Does anyone care?
High-resolution audio is all about revealing music's fine detail, but what if the music you love is distorted, dynamically compressed and low-fi?
The Warner Music Group--Atlantic Records, Elektra, Nonesuch, Rhino and other labels--will be releasing new music in high-resolution audio formats in 2012.
When will iTunes get around to selling high-resolution music files? There's nothing stopping Apple, but who would pay a premium for better-sounding music?