Ian has been a full-time A/V journalist since 1999, covering the world of high-end audio, video, music, and film for Digital Trends, Big Picture Big Sound, ToneAudio, and SoundStage! With the original Pong, Atari, and 128K Mac in his basement, Ian brings a lifetime of tech curiosity to his writing. A professional foodie, father of 3 children, film fanatic, and amateur hockey player, Ian enjoys early morning runs along the Jersey Shore and surfing with his kids. Follow him on Twitter @filmfresser or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Pioneer trickles high-end features down into its standard line of receivers while maintaining highly-competitive price points. 4K/Ultra HD pass-through and upscaling, MHL, and high-definition audio streaming highlight the new features.
Building a vinyl collection in the digital age requires some effort, but if you do your research, do some digging in the dust and take care of your records, they'll reward you not only with glorious sound, but a genuine human experience.
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For our inaugural installment of The Audiophile System Builder, we focus on turning your laptop or desktop PC into a high-end music system. Check out these three complete systems we assembled for under $1000.
High Definition Audio downloads are finally catching on thanks to the efforts of download sites like HDtracks, which offers some of the best rock, jazz, pop, and classical recordings of all-time in pristine 24/96 and 24/192 resolution