Back in the early days of the compact disc, SPARS (Society of Professional Audio Recording Services) identified if a particular production stage was accomplished in the analog or digital domain. A track that was recorded on an analog 24-track machine and edited/ mixed using analog equipment and then mastered for CD release was identified by the letters AAD. A purely digital recording would use the designation DDD.
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Mobile Klinik, a Canadian chain of smartphone repair shops, has successfully closed an equity capital funding raise of $27.5 million.
Scott and John Bagby have announced the successful purchase of Paradigm Electronics, Anthem Electronics, and MartinLogan Loudspeakers, effective May 10, 2019.
Trends Electronics International has announced the appointment of Atma Maraj as National Brand Manager for Elac and Audio Alchemy Brands.
Consumers will be spending upwards of US$1.32 trillion (yes, with a "t") on tech this year, reports IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Connected Consumer Spending Guide, representing an increase of 3.5% over 2018.
J.D. Power's 2019 Canada Wireless Network Quality study finds that while wireless network quality is improving overall, along with customer satisfaction, younger customers in particular seem to be having the most issues.
Discogs has released its quarterly report from the International Community, Database and Marketplace, noting details about the Canadian record sales market for the first quarter of 2019, including the best-selling record, and the most expensive.
SnapAV, a manufacturer and source of AV, surveillance, networking, and remote management products for professional integrators, and Control4 Corporation, a global provider of smart home solutions, have entered into a definitive merger agreement whereby SnapAV will acquire Control4 for US$680 million.
At the Munich High End 2019 trade show, currently underway in Munich, Germany, NAD Electronics announced that it will be the first international brand to incorporate and launch PURIFI's new patent-pending class-D technology into its product family.
Staples Canada stores across Canada will now offer FedEx services, marking the single largest Canadian retail rollout for the latter company.
Walmart Canada says it has plans to invest over $200 million in its store network, with a focus on refurbishing and refreshing 31 stores across the country over the next year. Approximately 3,250 construction jobs will be created to support these upgrades.