Information About Enjoy the Music.com
the Music.com has been the web’s leading information site for
audiophile music and equipment consumers since 1995. Over the years the
site has received critical acclaim from worldwide Web surfers and other
like-minded audio publications both on the Internet and in print. Being affiliated
with prominent print publications while also offering its own Review
Magazine, with subsections including Superior Audio, DIY Magazine and
our longstanding Classic
sites. We have well over 150 show reports online to date. Enjoy the Music.com has
become the leading Internet authority for diverse information serving
both audiophiles and music lovers worldwide. Enjoy the Music.com is
also the only specialty audio site with its own Internet
browser and RSS feed so their readership can easily find
information they desire. Enjoy the Music.com is currently official
Internet partners with Hi-Fi+, The Absolute Sound, HIFICRITIC,
Hi-Fi World, Sound
Practices and VALVE Magazine.
In addition to having the largest quality of
industry news, Enjoy the Music.com also contains the Internet's most
diverse and authoritative reports from various shows and events. As of this
writing, there are well over 150 different such events online with more than
200 reports in total.
As of July 2012 there are approximately
web pages and multiple times more photos. Most webmasters consider this a very large-scale website.
Enjoy he Music.com has been of service
to millions of readers worldwide, with an impressive number of unique visitors
Enjoy the Music.com is the only consumer
electronics website offering an Internet browser customized for audiophiles,
which is free for downloading and usage.
Enjoy the Music.com has well over 150 different
consumer electronics and music related event reports online. This eclipses, by a
wide margin, all other online audiophile magazines.
Enjoy the Music.com
is the only audiophile site with daily (weekday) updates for all popular RSS
Enjoy the Music.com is the only site
that is partners with respected leading and authoritative print
publications including Hi-Fi+, The Absolute Sound, HIFICRITIC,
and Hi-Fi World plus we have many
articles from Sound Practices
and VALVE Magazine.
Enjoy the Music.com is the only strictly
online consumer electronics audiophile site that regularly places
advertisements within various print publications to further their reach in
acquiring new readership.
Enjoy the Music.com is the only Internet
Web site with a free Android and free
Windows Phone 7 application, which can easily
downloaded to the tens of millions of mobile devices worldwide.
Enjoy the Music.com has offered well over
$225,000 in prizes to our readership.
How Did Enjoy the
Longtime classically-trained and medal-earning musician and
audiophile Steven R. Rochlin launched Enjoy the Music.com as a way to
easily answer the many questions he was receiving from others online. Since
he grew tired of answering the same basic questions from various people
during the very early days of the Internet, when at that time information
was scarce, he felt having various common questions and answers on a website was the logical action. Since day one to today, Steven R
Rochlin is still very active in helping guide the many independent journalists
to the goals Enjoy the Music.com continues to desire in achieving.
His writings and/or photos have appeared, in one form or another, in the following magazines:
Car Stereo Review
Musique et Technique
Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity
The Audiophile Voice
Western New York Audio Society
Steven R. Rochlin is also, or at one time
was, a Member of the Consumer Electronics
Association's Citizen Action Network (CEA CAN), the Boston Audio Society (BAS),
Masters Degree from of the Academy Advancing High Performance Audio & Video (AAHPAV),
plus an International Auto Sound Challenge Association (IASCA) certified judge.
He was also a Member of the National Academy of Recording Arts &
Sciences (Grammy Award organization). His
work has been recognized by many authorities within the industry including the President of
the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and is a member to help guide
CEA's high-end audio division. Side projects by Steven R. Rochlin include
being a recording engineer and solo artist with a recent release of his
reference-quality drum/percussion album available at www.THTST.com,
earning the Driver's Championship in Sports Car Club of America (SCCA)
Formula 2000 series, large
format camera and mechanical watch enthusiast... plus too much more to
The below is part of the original site and will
remain, as Max was Steven R. Rochlin's brother, who most unfortunately passed
away. This entire Web site is, therefore, dedicated in his memory.