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Grover Neville  |  Dec 02, 2019  |  2 comments
More new music is here, mostly from November, a few late October releases that were too good to pass up. I’ve done something a bit different – each album has a short blurb from myself, as well as a genre tag.
Rafe Arnott  |  Nov 29, 2019  |  5 comments
Full disclosure: I’m not American and in Canada we celebrate Thanksgiving in early October, so it’s always strange to us up here when the holiday rolls around again from the south with its accompanying blitz of sales.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 26, 2019  |  0 comments
Capital AudioFest this year was an interesting bag. I did not expect to find as many new and prototype headphones as I did at such a relatively small show. In that regard the show really lived up to it’s slogan as the ‘Premiere East Coast Audio Show.’
Rafe Arnott  |  Nov 23, 2019  |  2 comments
1974 was a year that saw Happy Days debut on ABC, Richard Nixon resign, the Ali-Foreman Rumble in the Jungle fight in Zaire, and the establishment of the David Berning Company, which produced vacuum-tube amplifiers based around a unique impedance converter known as ZOTL for ‘Zero-Hysteresis Output Transformerless.’
Brian Hunter  |  Nov 16, 2019  |  2 comments
Grover Neville is a contributing writer for InnerFidelity. In this episode we sit down with the 24-year old headphone reviewer to chat about what his process is like along with his take on living and engaging with personal audio in a forum-based ecosystem.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 12, 2019  |  0 comments
Audio Technica has long been a major headphone manufacturer, though the true high-end, or ‘summit-fi’ of the headphone world has never seemed to look upon them particularly favorably.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 10, 2019  |  6 comments
SPL’s Phonitor line is unusual in that it is one of only a handful of products that truly positions itself as both a professional tool and a consumer-ready luxury.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 08, 2019  |  0 comments
CAF this year was awash with vinyl front ends, something which is a little bit unusual for headphone playback. I’ve seen it start to take more prominence in many headphone listeners rigs however, as LPs becomes more popular with audiophiles of the personal audio disposition.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 06, 2019  |  1 comments
What’s in a name? A lot if you look around the high-end audio world. Just look to MrSpeakers who recently switched-up to Dan Clark Audio.

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