Peter Lyngdorf has almost single-handedly brought digital audio into the realm of high fidelity.
For over 30 years, New Jersey’s VPI Industries has been making some of the world’s finest belt-drive turntables.
The latest generation of TSW touchscreens from Crestron provide an unobtrusive interface for controlling all of the technology of a fully integrated home.
The recently announced Vertu Signature Touch is a superpowered smartphone.
High-fidelity personal listening is apparently on the rise, as many audiophile-grade equipment manufacturers have launched premium headphones and headphone amplifiers in recent years.
Several years ago, Roy Gandy, founder of Rega Research—a U.K. manufacturer of hi-fi audio equipment best known for its turntables and tonearms—invited a group of industry journalists to his home to see his product-development sanctuary.
For many analog enthusiasts, Lyra’s flagship $9,500 Atlas moving-coil phono cartridge represents the Holy Grail of vinyl playback.
While carbon fiber is perhaps best known for its applications in the automotive and aerospace industries, new uses for the exceptionally sturdy but lightweight material have increased in recent years.
The audio engineers at the venerable McIntosh Laboratory have ventured into new territory for the company: headphone amplification.
In 1989, Meridian Audio pioneered onboard digital amplification for loudspeakers; shortly thereafter, it designed a speaker with built-in digital-signal processing (DSP).