Anyone who is a fan of Parasound Audio gear know all too well the “JC” moniker in their Halo line stands for John Curl, (always referred to as Legendary John Curl).
What is the NAD M50.2 Digital Music Player? A handsome computer exclusively for music; it has software, hardware, storage, a touch-panel screen, a CD drive, and connects to the internet - Steve Jobs couldn’t have envisioned it any better. It combines the legacy NAD M50 Digital Music Player and the M52 Digital Music Vault into one all-digital component.
I find it beyond ironic that in today’s resurgence of analogue audio and vinyl in particular, that we quietly, confidently, move forward with digital music, hating to say, the TRUE future of music playback.
PSB gives us an incredible opportunity to easily upgrade our current surround systems to Dolby Atmos with the versatile Imagine XA module.
Earlier this year a local shop had a used version of the little brother to this guy, the Moon by Simaudio 610LP Phono Preamplifier show up. I took it home for what was supposed to be just the weekend to try it out. I was so blown away...
Two ways to achieve the height channels in a Dolby Atmos® system include either mounting ceiling speakers for a directly down-firing path or what Dolby refers to as Atmos® Enabled speakers meaning the sound doesn’t fire down but rather...
Nearest to perfect piece of audio gear, the Parasound Halo Integrated Amplifier will make you forget you need separates!
Ottawa tourism will tell you the Canadian Tulip Festival is held in the capital city every spring since the mid-1940's because Canada offered safe haven for members of Holland's Royal family during World War II. In appreciation, Netherland's Princess Juliana gifted 100,000 bulbs...
The GoldenEar Triton One is the finest speaker beyond its modest price range with near reference level reproduction. The largest of the Triton Series lives up to current flagship status, it’s “The One”.
I am finishing up setting up my 5.2 home theater and was wondering what is the best crossover frequency for my speakers including my two subwoofers. I read 80hz is standard but wanted to get your opinion to get the best sound.
- Marc Vuong
San Jose, CA