It’s official. These two giants in the infotainment industry are about to join hands. When all is said and done, the combined company will cover almost one third of all American households. What do you think? Is this a situation where combining resources provides the public with a better product at lower cost? Or will.
If you regularly receive Sound Advice’s beautiful catalogs, the latest version is scheduled to be in your mailbox next week. I’m not going to be a spoiler and spill the beans, but let me warn you – in addition to all the latest home and mobile electronics, this catalog has fantastic money-saving deals and financing.
There is no doubt about it. The pleasure of listening to stereo music is back. And along with that popularity is the resurgence of the LP record. High-end turntable sales are booming. Our most popular line of turntables is almost always on backorder from the manufacturer. Sound Advice (and everyone else) can’t seem to get.
A question I often pose to my Baby Boomer friends is, “Do you remember the first time you heard the Beatles?” I remember it vividly. It was late at night and I was listening to WQAM (back when it was Miami’s rock station, not the sports drivel of today). All of the sudden there was.
Unfortunately, your humble reporter wasn’t able to attend CES this year, so the information I have on the show is all second hand. This review from hometheaterreview.com is the best I have seen yet, so I’m providing a link to the article. Check it out. It’s well-written, essential reading for all us tech geeks. The.
Makes perfect sense, in a bizarre, convoluted sort of way.
The Super Bowl’s right around the corner. Is your audio/video system going to perform at it’s best? There’s an easy way to make sure that it does, courtesy of THX. It’s called the THX tune-up App for iOS. The $1.99 app features custom video test patterns, carefully selected photos and tutorials to help you adjust.
Who knew? Klipsch has an world-class museum devoted to the restoration and display of memorable and interesting audio products. The emphasis is clearly on Klipsch speakers and the founder of the company, Paul Klispch, but the museum certainly does an admirable job of covering the entire modern music reproduction era. The video below is Part.
From time to time we like to post music and movie reviews on the Sound Advice blog. After all, that’s why we sell all this gear in the first place. 4K televisions, surround sound audio components, speakers, and the like are just a means to an end. That end being entertainment. Entertainment can take on.
Interviewing the Sound Advice Employee of the Month is never dull. The path to a career at Sound Advice is rarely what you expect, and that’s certainly the case with Mobile Electronics Manager Joseph Colasanti. Unlike many of our employees, Joseph is a relatively recent addition to our staff, but he brings vast experience and.