Articles By: Colin
Using therapy based on advice from a psycho-acoustic expert in America, a chain of veterinary surgeons is promoting the power of music to get animals to relax. Cats and dogs are being played specially recorded classical music as they are prepared for surgery, and the therapy seems to be proving effective.
Gizmodo’s Chris Mills is one of the lucky few to have spent time in the 4K Atmos cinema that has pride of place at Dolby’s London office in Soho Square, and, as he tells us in his review, the experience left him seriously impressed.
As many of you will know, Atmos is an object-based multi-channel [...]
While committed Eurovision aficionados start writing up their party shopping lists and carefully selecting their outfits ready for the big night, the man leading the technical team on the mammoth Malmo staging project is diligently documenting their preparations.
Ola Melzig is Technical Director for the Eurovision show this year. He’s responsible for everything technical on stage, [...]
It’s something barfly sports fans have been waiting for – a technology that allows them to tune out the chat and the piped chart hits and concentrate on what the commentator’s saying on the big, muted screen in the corner. Could Audioair be the answer?
Download the (iOS or Android) app, scroll through the available channels, [...]
Some committed audiophiles will argue with you ’til the cows come home that choosing the right, quality, cable interconnects can elevate a system’s performance to new heights. Others will argue equally passionately that it’s nonsense and nothing more than hype and hi-fi vanity.
When he sold audio products for a living, CNET audio product reviewer Steve [...]