Can A Good Router Give You A Better Audio/Video Experience?

2015-04-25T01:51:06-07:00April 25th, 2015|

If you have Internet service in your home, you probably have a router. This is an important piece of equipment that is often overlooked. Usually, the router is supplied by your Internet provider and also contains the modem. The modem is the device that connects you to the Internet. The router part performs several functions:

One of Audio's Greatest

2016-12-16T09:21:11-08:00April 25th, 2015|

This past Thanksgiving, the audio industry lost a gentle giant; Leon Kuby. Lee was an important part of Harman Kardon during it's early days. He was largely responsible for the Citation line of audio components that are still cherished by audiophiles today. After his tenure at HK, he worked with Infinity (a Harman company) helping

Can iTunes Music Sound Good?

2016-12-16T09:21:11-08:00April 25th, 2015|

When you purchase music on iTunes, it comes compressed, where some of the musical information is eliminated in order to save data space (there are however some lossless compressed formats that retain all of the data). Somewhat similar to MP3s, Apple has their own format called AAC. Purchased tunes usually have a bit rate of

How Good Was Audio 50 Years Ago?

2019-08-27T11:28:51-07:00April 25th, 2015|

  These days, great sounding speakers seem to becoming smaller yet, the sound quality is better than ever(shameless self plug),. So, I was pondering the question: "How good was Hi-Fi in the late 50's and 60's when stereo first became popular?" Let’s go back to 1961. If you weren’t here, pretend you were. I’ll