Entertainment media today has been fragmented into technological and economic silos. Audio, in particular, comes in many formats, with distribution ranging from physical CDs to high-resolution downloads. How can we make sense of it all?
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AudioQuest, in Irvine, CA, has launched the new Niagara 1200 Low-Z Power Noise-Dissipation System power outlet, a successor to its "multi-award-winning" Niagara 1000.
TP-Link today announced the launch of its next-generation Archer AX6000 Wi-Fi 6 Router in Canada.
Amazon's Fire TV Cube is now available to Canadian shoppers. We've had a first look at the new streaming device.
Roku Inc. today announced its 2019 Canadian lineup of streaming video players.
This month, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock festival. Now let's celebrate the music that's been forgotten.
The Woodstock "Aquarian Exposition" in 1969 was a landmark event in many ways. It proved that ‘rock' music could bring together hundreds of thousands of music fans for a weekend of "peace & music" and uninterrupted good vibes. And it set a gold standard for open-air music festivals that's still unsurpassed today.
In response to the CRTC's new wholesale broadband rates, Bell says it will "scale back" rollout of Internet to smaller communities.
In a letter to dealers, Lenbrook has announced that it is ceasing distribution of Bang & Olufson products.
The CRTC has announced lower wholesale bandwidth rates, allowing smaller ISPs to resell Internet access more competitively.
Marantz, a part of Sound United LLC, has announced the NR1200 high-performance stereo receiver.