Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg covers high-end audio news and reviews.
The AudioQuest DragonFly Cobalt is just the ticket for audiophiles who’ve resisted the Bluetooth trend and still want to enjoy their wired headphones.
The Schiit Ragnarok 2 is the rare purist audiophile amp designed and built in the US. It's selling for $1,499.
The Audiophiliac visits Sky-Fi Audio in Ridgewood, NJ and gets an ear full of vintage sounds!
If you think most components are too complicated and just want great sound, the no-frills Cambridge AXA35 integrated amplifier is exactly what you’re looking for.
The Walkman was just as big a change in the way we listened to music as the iPod was in the early 2000s.
The Audiophiliac kicks back with one of Klipsch’s more affordable tower speakers.
There’s a lot of the “JBL-ness” coming through the Stage A130, and that’s a good start.
The Purpleheart -- the perfect headphone for Prince fans?
Don’t misjudge JBL's Stage A 170 by its plain vanilla looks. It’s a little powerhouse.
Denafrips may be a funny-sounding name for an audiophile electronics company, but its Ares digital converter’s sound is seriously great!
FiiO’s hardly a newcomer to headphones, but their FH5 is miles ahead of what came before.
The Audiophiliac’s ears-on review of the Triangle Esprit Titus EZ speakers.