Teenage Engineering OpLab
The OpLab is designed to let you interconnect virtually any electronic musical instruments and to do it easily. MIDI, CV & USB are all available and designed to be plug and play. Just connect your cables, ‘set the appropriate scenario’ and go.
How to: Building a Whole-House Guitar Distribution System
Paul Wood from the Guitar Center recommended AmpliTube recording-studio software ... throughout the house. Whitaker explains that a number of professional synthesizers, preamps and simulators would fit the bill, “but I wanted to do this with minimal ...
AudioQuest Defends HDMI Marketing
Such claims are defensible, Low says: “Our experience at AQ is that past a point, past not much more than HDMI's High-Speed requirement, higher bandwidth has no effect on audio or ... the right equipment, in this case the right cable," he says.
Is it worth paying for premium cables?
If you regularly move your equipment ... audio cable with low attenuation and good shielding to produce a better sound than a cheap one. Indeed, hi-fi enthusiasts often praise expensive connectors for maintaining the tonal balance and expressiveness of ...
CAT5 tracks: Audio goes the distance, reliably and on time
The next time you're at a music concert, take a look at the cabling that connects on-stage gear to the mixing board in the middle of the audience. Odds are good that you'll see one or several thick "snakes ... of digital-audio cables taped together.
Outrageous Audio Equipment: A Call for Examples
Cases in point: those $7250 speaker wires from Pear Cable, or that $6,820 wooden volume control in the pic above. We're wondering how far this audiophile affinity goes, and would like for you to help us. What's the most outrageous audio product you've seen?