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.
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 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.
Extreme audio is where the everyday compromises of reproducing the sound of music recede, and you start to see and hear why high-end audio is crazy expensive.
Audiophiles love affair with tube amps -- still crazy after all these years?
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.
The Audiophiliac talks with fellow sound-lover Beau R. about how he fell in love with the sound of music.
The Audiophiliac rounds up some gear that looks and sounds the best.
Designer Eduardo McIntosh's post-apocalyptic vision of an Autonomous Living Unit looks like a hot seat custom-made for the dystopian future of John Connor.