Tag: hi fi systems

Music You Need To Hear: Nas – “illmatic: Live From The Kennedy Center”

Man, when I first heard this crazy dude named Nasty Nas jump all over the track on Main Source’s “Live At The Barbeque”, I just knew this cat was something special. A few years later,

Q Acoustics Improves a Winning Formula With New 3000i Series Speakers

When a product has already been called “The Best Bookshelf Speaker for Most Stereos” you would think not much improvement is needed. But in a competitive racket like budget loudspeaker design, resting on your laurels

Pick Up These Critically Acclaimed Elac Debut B6 Speakers For Only $200! (That’s $80 Off)

When the Elac Debut B6 speakers first hit the market at the unbelievable price of $279, this is what CNET had to say about them: “The ELAC Debut B6 bookshelf speakers offer stellar, best-in-class sound

AXPONA 2018: Checking Out The Big Show In Chicago (Elac, Hsu Research, Vanatoo)

The Audio Expo North America, better known as AXPONA, kicked off this past weekend in its new digs at the Renaissance Hotel & Convention Center in Schaumburg Illinois. The organizers moved it to a new location

Music You Need To Hear: Listen to Kamasi Washington’s “Fists Of Fury” and “The Space Travelers Lullaby”

Since he came on the scene a couple of years ago, Saxophonist Kamasi Washington has provided awe-inspiring soundscapes that simultaneously “do it for the culture”, and expose the listener to “high culture”. This continues with two more

Music You Need To Hear: Sons of Kemet-“Your Queen Is a Reptile”

Sorry guys, I missed Music Monday, but never fear I still have a great music recommendation for this week. This week’s album is from Sons of Kemet, a British jazz band I just discovered, led by

Music Monday: Wynton Marsalis Septet-“United We Swing”

I’m really digging this all-star jazz and blues jam session featuring some of the most iconic voices to ever record music…we’re talking Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Ray Charles, Audra McDonald and many more…all accompanied by