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Saturday, 01 May 1999 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
In the history of commerce or communications, nothing can compare with the Internet. In four years, the Internet has reached 50,000,000 users which took radio 40 years and TV 19 years to achieve. E-commerce is a term even your grandmother has heard and possibly experienced. While some of the Baby Boomers that run the high-end industry still don’t have e-mail, many companies do their marketing better now than ever before on the Net. The Internet, with its cost per thousand advertising model and well-financed, upstart e-commerce virtual stereo stores, has provided the industry with the opportunity to weed out under-performing high-end companies, while rewarding more cutting-edge and far-thinking firms. There are advantages and disadvantages to buying on-line, depending on the products and services you require. Buying music online is genius if you your goals include making a fast buy, getting a ...
Monday, 01 March 1999 ,  Written by Kim Wilson
Streaming audio over the Internet is a reality primarily due to developers like RealNetworks and Liquid Audio. To hear such audio content (or downloaded files), digital players (plug-ins) are stored in your hard drive. In most cases, you need a dedicated player for each type of encoded file. However, in the pursuit for a less chaotic Internet, Liquid Audio provides a plug-in for their G2 player that handles Real Audio files. To make matters worse these are not the only music files that can be found. For each type of proprietary sound file, there is an exclusive player and, so, the compatibility dance continues. Aside from this hodgepodge of incompatible formats, there is the bigger concern over the quality of available material. Not just the content itself but the actual sound reproduction. Audio files are heavily compressed, often limiting bandwidth and ...
Tuesday, 01 December 1998 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The Audio Revolution is dedicated to bringing you the absolute best in high performance music and film playback equipment along with the most emotionally charged home video and music software. Our Best Of 1998 awards are reserved for the absolute best performers and consider both performance, value and asthetic. Congratulations to the winners.
Monday, 01 December 1997 ,  Written by John Sunier
Each of the past 12 years as I have hosted my national radio series Audiophile Audtion I have selected about 60 to 65 concert music CDs which during the year past struck me as combining great music, great performances and exemplary sonics. These Cds are selected based first on superior performances and secondly on excellent sonics. With that said here are the top ten best classical records of 1997. BACH: Brandenburg Concertos (complete) - Il Giardino Armonico/Giovanni Antonini(Teldec 4509-98442-2, 2 CDs): The six Brandenburg Concertos were the first major Bach works that I became familiar with in my youth. The source, as I recall, was a mono open reel prerecorded tape. I've heard a lot of Brandenburgs since then and this one is the most exciting, muscular and awake interpretation around. My previous favorite, and I'm not ditching it, was the one conducted by composer Benjamin Britten on the London label.
Monday, 01 December 1997 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The Best of 1997 1997 has been a great year for The Audio Revolution. In the past 12 months our readership has grown 250 percent, we have added writers like Ken Kessler, Kim Wilson, Milton Chu, Jason Karsh and John Sunier to provide more original content than any other high end A/V magazine on the Internet plus we even got few advertisers to sponsor our new contests so you can win some of the best gear money can buy for free. In rapping up our first full year of publication (actually we are 16 months old) The Audio Revolution would like to highlight a few products that we have reviewed (or are going to be publishing reviews on soon) that are extraordinary performers. This is best of the best for 1997. The Product of The Year The Sunfire True Subwoofer MII The Sunfire True Subwoofer is clearly the most innovative and ground breaking product of ...
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