Has it been another month already?
Times flies when you seem to be working 20 hours a day 7 days a week. This month
i have some very important subjects to cover while also letting you in on all
the good news concerning Enjoy the Music.com. First up is
the e-commerce issue. Enjoy the Music.com was the very first website informing
folks about various conflicts of interest that
are happening right now within our industry. While it is easy to name the
offenders, i would rather compliment SoundStage! for having an
official "no e-commerce" policy.
Enjoy the Music.com™
shares in SoundStage!'s attitude concerning the new websites which offer reviews of
products by well known reviewers and then sell the same products they have
reviewed on their website. Again i could go ahead and name the specific
reviewers who are playing a part in all this yet why draw attention to the
specific guilty parties? The bottom line here folks is use common sense. Any
e-commerce website that claims to offer independent reviews of the products they
sell should be very highly scrutinized (as should the reviewer). Now on to
Enjoy the Music.com has recently been chosen
by Hi-Fi News & Record Review as their official internet presence! This
is a very interesting event my friends as print magazines are turning to other
more established (on the internet) magazines to help expand and diversify their
readership. The web will probably never totally replace the printed word yet
each venue has their advantages. Speaking of websites, Enjoy the Music.com
is proud to say we have full control of our website! Our announcement of offering the internet's first and only internet website browser
specifically for audiophiles has turned heads. The point being is that Enjoy the Music.com
only desires you, our loyal readership to have the best web experience
available. Your happiness is our number one priority!
Ok, enough of that. Let's talk about this month's issue of our
Review Magazine. Hmmm.. we have the very first audiophile review of the
netDrives Brujo home MP3/CD player. Imagine buying a Sony SACD unit and getting
tens of thousands of free songs. Well, ok, so the sound quality may not be that
of the SACD, but at least you can convert your own music to MP3 and also get
thousands of free new music to also enjoy with it! Enjoy the Music.com
is proud to say we are the very first place anywhere to review the new Klipsch
Reference Series speakers! Meanwhile Thorsten Loesch covers many things tube
from the highly acclaimed Japanese tube designer Kondo of Audio Note to the
Svetlana 300B output tubes (or valves for my friend on the other side of the
pond). In fact as i could it we have over twelve equipment/tweak reviews this
month! That is more than any other magazine i have seen both web or print! Not
too shabby for out third issue eh?
In fact as i type this out there are some more reviews (music)
that will be appearing shortly in this issue as a few items are still being
edited/finalized. Please remember to beware the false profit selling themselves
to sell you equipment they feel is best for you. Just say no to
"independent reviews" on e-commerce websites. Stay tuned my friends as
what really matters to us is that you...
Enjoy the music (Queensryche "Anybody Listening" right
Steven R. Rochlin
"Is there anybody listening?
Is there anyone that sees what's going on?
Read between the lines
Criticize the words they're selling
Think for yourself and feel the walls
Become sand beneath your feet..."