41: Re-Imagining The “Audiophile Conference”, T.H.E. Show Review

41: Re-Imagining The “Audiophile Conference”, T.H.E. Show Review

Today Dr. Paul and I talk about a “hypothetical” audio conference, and how we might reinvent it.  With the advent of lifestyle systems, powered speakers with great DACs and sonic integration, it’s time we re-think how people consume these audio conferences, and how manufacturers approach them.

We’d love your suggestions on how you would like to experience an audio conference.  What would you like to see included? How much would you pay to attend?  Where should it be located?  Hit us up here with your suggestions: http://beginneraudiophile.com/contact/

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40: Speaker Setup Revisited, QoBuz Overview, Listener Q’s

40: Speaker Setup Revisited, QoBuz Overview, Listener Q’s

Michael’s got a new Mac Pro (from 2009) that he’s just upgraded, and tells a story of hefting a giant SVS subwoofer up the steps with no help from Fed Ex.  Speaking of, this episode is sponsored by SVS.  Check out all of their amazing offerings at http://svsound.com.

Patrick had to move his bookshelf speakers, so they dug into the basics of speaker setup and room treatment. Then we dug into a few of your questions, including adding an amp to an AVR, outdoor speakers, and some DAC info.

39: Big Room Subwoofer Solutions, Choosing Speaker Wire, A RAD 4k Projector, and Speaker Break-In Redux

39: Big Room Subwoofer Solutions, Choosing Speaker Wire, A RAD 4k Projector, and Speaker Break-In Redux

On today’s episode Patrick Norton and Michael O’Neal chat about an innovative way to break in your new speakers, Michael Reviews the Optoma UHL55 4K Portable Projector, Patrick reviews the Monolith by Monoprice M565C Over Ear Closed Back Planar Magnetic Headphones, and we answer a few of your questions!

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