Who would have thought, that so much could be packed into such a small space, and sound so good. As I look at the AudioQuest DragonFly Red, weigh it in my hand, turn its shiny red body over and over, I am gob smacked by just what this tiny product can do, diminutive in size, modest cost, and yet truly it punches well above its weight in terms of soundquality…..
Way back when I started Adventures in High Fidelity Audio I had thought I would like to cover concerts as well as music releases (which I did at one time) alongside the main focus of AIHFA which was and always had been intended to be audio equipment reviews. As they say the road to hell […]
As I get older one of the things that becomes increasingly obvious is that ones body starts to let one down and sometimes with the kind of speed that inertia of age brings, like a car running down a hill somethings get worse. In my own case my eyesight is no longer what it once […]
Being totally honest my knowledge of the existence of such a thing as a turntable that had its platter driven by a rubber coated wheel rather than a belt, or direct motor drive was unknown to me, up until fairly recent times. The audio business I started work in originally, first as a Saturday boy, […]
High End 2017 was held this year, as it has for a fair number now in the MOC, in Munich. The show was held on the 18th – 21st May and from all accounts the show was larger and better attended this year than in previous, this perhaps reflecting High End Munich greater importance in the audio show calendar.
This year the Sound & Vision show celebrated its 30th Anniversary and once again the venue was the Marriott City Centre Hotel, in the UK city of Bristol. Interestingly over that 30 years run time the venue hasn’t changed. Held on the 24th February to Sunday 26th February 2017, this show featured a number of product launches […]