We've selected five standout products that represent some of the best values in the home audio arena
On the dealer's showroom floor they never have the sound turned on, and there's a good reason for that.
The Audiophiliac trashes Springsteen's "Magic" CD and muses on the mysteries of "lo-fi" sound.
Most flat-screen TV buyers are perfectly content with the sound of the speakers built into their new TVs. Are you?
Sound bars, iPods, AirPlay, and Bluetooth speakers are essentially monophonic, not stereo sound sources. Does one speaker sound better than two?
David H.'s "Skin, Grass, and Sky; Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Cassette Deck" is the winning entry from the recent Audiophiliac reader contest.
Radar Bros. make pretty country-folk ditties that show their attachment to lo-fi folk without bogging them down by the genre's self-seriousness. Download a free MP3 of "Warm Rising Sun" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
The attractively designed $400 Bowers & Wilkins Z2 wireless speaker sounds pretty good and has a built-in Lightning dock, but it doesn't quite stand out enough in a crowded market.
Some say Thomas Edison invented the first machine to record and play sound in 1877. Video Interchange collects a small but illuminating overview of the history of audio formats.
The Audiophillie Music Awards contest deadline for entries is April 12, so there's still time to enter!
A new web series filmed in Melbourne showcases the quirky and often obsessive nature of photographers who are into everything from analog cameras to time-lapse shooting.