Just a few observations on the Timekeeper driving a half a dozen of loudspeakers, of different kind.
Extracts from the Copenhagen, Stockholm and Helsinki Highend Shows. Part II: Stockholm.
Extracts from the Copenhagen, Stockholm and Helsinki Highend Shows. Part I: Copenhagen.
Speaker Park steers thoughts away from the commercial hi-fi markets.
Yours truly interviewed by the High Fidelity magazine for their “The Editors” series.
Georg von Wright is widely known for his enormous contribution to the philosophy of the 20th century. But what do we know about his relation to music? And sound, if any?
Two recent independent exhibitions reflected masculinity. Neither of them too optimistically.
Fundamental reality and the original, Absolute Dimension pursues both with its unusual magnetostatic loudspeaker Hypostatic Indigenum.
Hi-Fi seems to be thoroughly gendered.
Zeena Parkins’ latest album makes captivating listening.
In the article Jules L. Coleman criticizes putting the fidelity to the recording first and suggests that the true aim of our hobby should be some musical point.
Zach Rowden does most peculiar things with his double bass, and does it sensibly and with a meaning.
The German electronica giant SABA produced in its hay day not only radios but quality loudspeakers as well. The Professional 1300 was one of them.
In this interview Peter Qvortrup, Audio Note UK, tells about the goals of his company, and comments Jules Coleman’s article on immersive sound reproduction.
The Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet’s mono LP is wonderful both in terms of performance and sound quality.
Experienced pioneer in DIY HiFi, and Inner-Magazine’s technical adviser and contributor, Mr. Mauri Pännäri turns 70 on April 3rd.
The Swedish record label Opus 3 is widely known for its audiophile grade recordings. In early days it was more jazz and classical music, nowadays increasingly blues.
Forget technology. Enjoy unforgettable films and music. Who says a soundbar needs to be an arm-thick black bar.
Audio Note UK. A day at the factory, talking to Peter Qvortrup.
Part III: loudspeakers, and some favourite systems.
Famous for its eight-incher, PHY now offers a more affordable six-incher E17.
Squaring the circle with the Audio Note UK’s top CD combo.
Mika Taanila’s multi-channel sound installation pays homage to the Futuro-house.
On his first album Pure Cello Vincent Belanger premiers on Grutzmacher’s Elite Etudes.
The British pianist and composer Gwilym Simcock performing with the City of London Sinfonia.
The audiophile spontaneity of kindred spirits turns fleeting moments into sweeping cinematic tracks.
The best in the Helsinki Hifi Show 2018.