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May312019

Podcast #898: Thoughts on the State of Home Audio

In a recent interview with TWICE Magazine Tom Summer of Yamaha shared some thoughts on the state of home audio. The following are excerpts from that interview.

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Friday
May242019

Podcast #897: Email and News

Braden is on travel this week so we have a short show for you this week. Email and News. Have a great weekend everyone!

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Friday
May172019

Podcast #896: Best Overall 4K TV

We get asked what’s the best TV I can buy from time to time and we always reply with, “That depends on what you want to use it for”. Few people have a specific purpose. Mainly it's for overall viewing. So when we ran across a page over at CNET that helps you select the best TV we thought it would be great to share it with all of our listeners.

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Friday
May102019

Podcast #895: Sennheiser Momentum vs GoNovate Airo True Wireless Headphone Face-Off 

Recently my Bragi Dash Pro headphones broke which ended my love hate relationship with them. I loved how they were truly wireless, had great sound, and fit comfortably in my ear. I hated how the Bluetooth connection was flakey, the short battery life, and were really expensive. Granted they do far more than play music wirelessly. It could track your heart rate and was geared towards people who worked out.

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Friday
May032019

Podcast #894: USB 4.0

The USB Promoter group recently announced that the latest specification (4.0) will be released towards the latter part of the year which means USB 4.0 devices should be available at sometime in early 2021. Here is a quick rundown of what you can expect.

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Friday
Apr262019

Podcast #893: Master Quality Authenticated - MQA

We recently received an email from Scott in Pine Arizona asking us to talk about MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) audio. We’ll take a look at it from a 30,000 foot level in the hopes that you take a deeper look on your own.

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