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Australian Hi-Fi Magazine May / June 2022

Australian Hi-Fi  May / June 2022 Issue Is Now Available
Australian Hi-Fi's May / June 2022 issue features:
Editorial: Greg Borrowman Is Stepping Out As Editor
Audio News From Around The World
Jeff Rowland Continuum S2 Amplifier
JBL Synthesis HDI 5.1 Surround System
ELAC Vela FS 407 Loudspeakers
Rode NTH-100 Wired Headphones
Silent Angel Munich M1 Streamer
Interview With Chord Electronics' Consultant Rob Watts
Hi-Fi Primer
New Music / Music Album Re-Issues / Top Music Picks
And much more!
---> Australian Hi-Fi's May / June 2022 issue.



CEPro Deep Dive 2022 Home Entertainment Report

CEPro Deep Dive 2022 Home Entertainment Report
With younger music, movie, and video gamer lovers combining their luxury audio and home theater system, CEPro's recent report shows that an impressive 67% of them will be using it for immersive audio. Due to the recent laboratory virus leak that has greatly affected humans on Earth, CEPro's Deep Dive 2022 says, "The most difficult equipment to obtain are pre-amps, processors, AVRs, media servers, controls/interfaces, Blu-ray disc players, mounts/screens/seating and other associated gear. Those unfinished theaters represent real lost money, as dealers struck gold in terms of being able to elevate their home entertainment installation price points. For dedicated theaters, which can include basements in some cases, the average enduser price charged in 2021 was a healthy $50,357. That is an incredible 77% increase compared with 2020, when the average price point for a dedicated theater was $28,227."
---> CEPro Deep Dive 2022 Home Entertainment Report.



audioXpress Magazine June 2022

audioXpress' June 2022 Issue Is Now Available
audioXpress' June 2022 issue features:
Editorial: Driving Audio Innovations Sound Systems
Røde NTH-100 Headphones
How Signal Processing And Filter Bank Design Impacts Sound
ANC Headset Testing
Building a Guitar-Controlled Synthesizer
The Acoustical Effects Of Room Shapes
Audio For All-Electric Vehicles
Upmixing And The Future Of In-Car Audio
Evaluation Of Automotive Audio Energy Efficiency
And much more!
---> audioXpress' June 2022 issue.



AXPONA 2022 Show Report By Enjoy the Music.com

Updated 5/20: AXPONA 2022 Show Report
Audio Expo North America 2022 Show
AXPONA (Audio Expo North America) 2022 took place from April 22nd through 24th at the The Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center. Sit, relax and surround yourself with the best in high-end audio equipment and gear by visiting AXPONA's 130+ Listening Rooms. Attendees were encouraged to experience rooms by listening and comparing the superbly designed, high performance systems and components from some of the world's most prestigious manufacturers. In all, hundreds of  global manufacturers, retailers, and brands gathered at AXPONA 2022 to showcase the newest high-end products and services to attendees.
---> Audio Expo North America 2022 Show Report.



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High-End Audio Show Reports

HIGH END Munich 2022 Show Report
HIGH END Munich 2022


AXPONA 2022 Chicago


Salon Audio Montreal / Audio Fest 2022 Show Report
Montreal Audiofest 2022


Florida Audio Expo 2022 Show Report
Florida Audio Expo 2022


Capital Audiofest 2021 Show Report (CAF 2021)
Capital Audiofest 2021


T.H.E. Show 2021 Report
T.H.E. Show 2021


Bristol Hi-Fi Show 2020
Bristol Show 2020


HIGH END Munich 2019 Show Report
HIGH END Munich 2019


---> More Show Reports


Enjoying The Music Roger Skoff writes about what it's all about.

Enjoying The Music
Roger Skoff writes about what it's all about.
Article By Roger Skoff
We all read this publication; I even write for it, but have you ever thought about what our title actually means? For example, is "Enjoy the Music" an offer? Or an encouragement? Does it refer to any particular kind or genre of music? Or to the people who play it? Or to the gear that – if we listen in recorded form – it's played on? Is the emphasis on the music? Or on the enjoyment? Or is there not any emphasis at all? Should there be? And, if so, what? In the just-short-of 150 years since the invention of the phonograph and, coming with it, our first ability to record sound and make it into an enduring artifact, both music and the ways that people have experienced, enjoyed, and participated in it have changed radically>
---> Enjoying The Music.



Chip Fab Supply Chain Delays What's delaying new chip fabs to reinforce the supply chain?

Chip Fab Supply Chain Delays
What's delaying new chip fabs to reinforce the supply chain?
Yep... the supply chain.

Article By Ted Green, Chief Content Creator For Strata-gee.com.
Ever since supply chain shortages hit many industries, particularly in relation to the availability of integrated circuits or chips, there has been a massive scramble to increase capacity and to build new chip fabricating facilities (fabs) or factories. There has been a series of announcements from huge companies like Intel, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), Samsung, and others launching massive multi-billion projects to add more chip production facilities. There's just one problem... the equipment they need to build these facilities are themselves delayed.
---> Chip Fab Supply Chain Delays.



Q&A With Richard Chycki Award-Winning Recording/Mixing Engineer & Immersive Audio Specialist

Q&A With Richard Chycki Award-Winning Recording/Mixing Engineer & Immersive Audio Specialist
Best known in the surround-sound music community for his 5.1 surround mixes of Rush's back catalog, Richard Chycki continues to innovate in the realm of immersive audio with Dolby Atmos.
Article By Immersive Audio Album (IAA)
Richard Chycki is a multi-platinum mixer and engineer whose clients include such rock royalty as Rush, Aerosmith, Dream Theater, Skillet, Mick Jagger, Alice Cooper, Pink and many more. Known for his pioneering mix work in multichannel audio, prog icons Rush entrusted Chycki to remix the multi-million selling 2112 (1976), their career pinnacle Moving Pictures (1981), as well as A Farewell To Kings (1977), Hemispheres (1978), Signals (1982), Snakes & Arrows (2007) and Fly By Night (1975) in 5.1 surround sound. More recently, he's mixed Moving Pictures and The Tragically Hip's Road Apples (1991) for their respective 40th and 30th anniversaries.
---> Q&A With Richard Chycki Recording/Mixing Engineer & Immersive Audio Specialist.



Seven Myths Of Digital Audio Dispelled

Seven Myths Of Digital Audio Dispelled
Be open minded and don't assume anything.
Article By Arjuna Das, Owner Of Mojo Audio
Everything in high-end audio is a compromise. No typology is best at everything. Every typology has its advantages and disadvantages. Digital is no different. Despite popular belief, there is not one type of DAC, quantization method, or CODEC, which is ideal for all situations, or better in all ways than others. Each has their advantages and disadvantages, and certain ones work better in certain situations. Over the years I have heard and read all sorts of myths and misconceptions regarding digital audio. I hope to dispel the seven most common categories of myths. I'm going to attempt to explain each typology in layman's terms so that all of you can decide for yourselves what compromises you want to make>
---> Seven Myths Of Digital Audio Dispelled.



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