It’s almost inevitable. You’ve got the neighborhood / the office / the baseball team / the PTA in for some holiday cheer, and the sounds of the season are so good on your Axiom speakers that your guests (or your kids!) keep turning it up . . . and up . . . and up . . . until they crank it a notch too far. How can you tell if damage has been done? Do you need to do the Blown Speaker test?Log in
December 16, 2011
August 29, 2011
Like a lot of you audiophiles, from time to time Ian gets the urge to tweak his setup, and as he was doing so the other day, a visiting friend was checking out his vintage Lutron SPL meter in amazement. (Truthfully, the styling is . . . rather retro!) For kicks, we asked her if there was an SPL App available for iPad and clickity-click, there was!Log in
July 20, 2011
I received an interesting question today that I thought other audio enthusiasts might be interested in:
Q. Hello, I have a question for the EP500 subwoofer input phone, the stereo signal then summed to a mono signal, or only one channel is used, I would like to have a preamp and connect both channels on The Subwoofer,I could take a phone to rca adapter, would that work? thank you ever sincerely in advance for them.
with best greetings
My response to Mario was as follows:
A. Thanks for your question.Log in
March 30, 2011
Q. My question may sound stupid, because I’m just a beginner in audio/video. Do I need to buy a DVD player with a built-in Dolby Digital dts 5.1-channel decoder? And if so, must I also buy an A/V receiver with a built-in Dolby Digital/dts decoder? Or would this be redundant? — G. F.