This big, all-American design brings out the best sound from any pair of headphones.
McIntosh, the high-end audio maker, is offering a free iPhone app, the AP1 Audio Player, that brings the company's signature analog blue meter to your device.
If you needed proof that McIntosh was the Lamborghini of the home audio world, look no further than the company's Reference System. With 2,000 watts of power per channel and a price tag approaching $200,000, it may very well be the world's ultimate stereo system.
No, not Apple's Macintosh. McIntosh, the audio company, is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a series of limited-edition reissues of its legendary electronics.
D & M Holdings, the Japanese parent company for Denon, Marantz, McIntosh, Snell Acoustics, Boston Acoustics, and Escient, is up for sale.
If you've got $2,000 in loose change, McIntosh (not related to Apple Macintosh) is offering a great-looking retro-styled wall clock with gauges customized to show time.
commentary Did Google's ukulele-strumming promo vid for its high-tech specs make you a little queasy? You may well appreciate this skillful, and perhaps insightful, parody by culture jammer Jonathan McIntosh.
Apple recently rewrote its rulebook for developers. In this show we discuss these changes with Brian Chen of Wired.com and developer David McIntosh of Redux.
The Audiophiliac's close encounter with jazz musician Billy Drummond, he has a houseful of great hi-fi gear.
Apple recently rewrote its rulebook for developers. It reversed a ruling that blocked developers from using all but a very few programming languages for iPhone apps. It also made public for the first time the guidelines it uses for deciding if apps will be allowed into the app store or rejected. In this show we discuss these changes with Brian Chen of Wired.com, and developer David McIntosh of Redux.