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Lossless Audio. Everything You Need to Know

Lossless audio streaming has been available for years, owing to specialist lossless streaming services such as Tidal, Deezer, Qobuz, and, more recently, Amazon Music HD. But it’s always been costly, like twice as expensive as most Premium subscriptions. Lossless music…
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What is aptX? Everything You Need to Know

When searching for audio equipment, it can be tough to figure out what you’ll get. There are so many different types of headphones and other accessories. Many companies are quite explicit about what they’re offering, while others presume you’re familiar…
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Bone Conduction Tech. What You Need to Know

Summer is the ideal season for going for a run, a swim, a bike trip, or a stroll across the city. While listening to music through headphones is a fun way to pass the time while these activities, they can isolate you from your surroundings and constitute a considerable…
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Windows Sonic vs. Dolby Atmos

Windows Sonic and Dolby Atmos are two separate technologies that handle spatial audio rendering processes differently. To improve the audio experience, most users are offered the choice between the two. For years, the argument between Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS has…
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Dolby Digital Plus vs. Atmos

In the entertainment business and surround sound, Dolby and DTS are two well-known brands. Suppose you are delivering the highest possible source material to the components. In that case, it makes little difference whether someone uses DTS or Dolby Atmos to get an exciting…
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Dolby Atmos vs DTS:X – Which Is Better?

You have probably heard about Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. If you want to get the most out of your home theatre surround sound system, you must know about these two systems. These are the two of the most popular surround sound formats in surround sound technologies. Both provide…
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How Loud Should Your Headphones Be?

Whether it’s music, gaming, or work, the use of headphones has become quite common these days as they allow you to isolate yourself from your surrounding and focus on what you’re up to. However, if you listen to music or play games at a loud volume for a long period…
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What is Phono Preamp

With the great vinyl resurgence that the world is going through right now – even in the 2020 lockdown where this year’s Record Store Day still brought people (and profits) together – the need to blend analog and digital tech together is essential. Why is this? Well…
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What is DAC: Everything You Need to Know

The first question to ask when trying to figure out “what is DAC?” is, well, what is DAC? It’s something that can be confusing and off-putting to newcomers to the world of audio, and even frustrating and challenging to seasoned audiophiles. It can be looked at in very…