Roon 1.7 is here! What you need to know: This latest release of the popular music management/player software features a new AI technology called Valence, which uses machine learning algorithms to provide highly informed music
If you’re looking to spend around 2k on a hi-fi system, the Kef LS50 Wireless Powered Music System may be your best bet. This system usually goes for around $2500, but right now Amazon has
Wow. Just wow. With more and more smartphone manufacturers dropping headphone jacks, headphone companies have been compelled to step their wireless game up. Just a few years ago, the sound from Bluetooth headphones was miserable.
After several days of product teases via their Social Media accounts, Shanling Audio unveiled several new products yesterday, including their very first android based digital audio player, the M6. Along with the M6, they also
SONOS changed the game when it comes to multiroom audio. When I sold hi-fi gear in the 90s, putting together a multiroom audio system with speakers throughout the house was onerous. It required a lot
This week I’m checking out the AIO Multiroom system from Triangle. They are a French hi-fi manufacturer that makes some of the most beautiful speakers, and now they are bringing that same craftsmanship to multiroom
Audirvana, the popular audiophile music software now has a new 3.5 version for MacOS. The new version is completely rewritten and features a new GUI, better sound quality, and a new mini player view. The
Since TIDAL added universal MQA (Tidal Masters) support to their iOS app, there has been some confusion on how to get the highest quality hi-res MQA audio stream out to your headphones or audio system.
Last week I covered the release of Roon Labs’ Roon 1.6 update, and a big part of that was the announcement of Qobuz integration into their audiophile music management software. From the Qobuz blog: Roon
Class-leading sound in the sub-$1000 price range. I purchased a Cambridge Audio Azur 540a V2 integrated in the early 2000s because I was impressed with its robust design. The thick metal faceplate and big toroidal
Roon, the audiophile music player, and music management software from Roon Labs, is starting off the new year with a new design, plus a couple new features. The new features, part of the Roon 1.6