Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg covers high-end audio news and reviews.
Steve Guttenberg’s long-running Audiophiliac column is taking a breather.
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.