We all see, hear and engage with the world differently in our great sensorial mismatch, explains DR RICHARD VAREY. But how does that relate to hi-fi? Read on to find out.
Author: Richard Varey
‘Easy listening’ isn’t easy at all, writes DR RICHARD VAREY.
Has your Disney dust turned out to be a sizzle without a sausage? DR RICHARD VAREY examines the hi-fi world’s propensity for glitz and beauty.
Vinyl is taking over, didn’t you know it? DR. RICHARD VAREY has his own theories.
As a web magazine with an emphasis on reviews, are we kidding ourselves? Do reviews even matter? RICHARD VAREY is a man who knows what he thinks.
In the first of his new hi-fi column, RICHARD VAREY looks at the meaning behind common – and not-so-common – categories.
Speaker sound can be improved immeasurably with customisable plinths. Richard Varey explains.
Are hi-fi fans being taken in by ludicrous claims made by sellers of preposterously expensive gizmos? RICHARD VAREY has some advice for you.
‘What’s your position on positioning?’ asks RICHARD VAREY, in this very useful instruction on the easiest and cheapest way ever to get a better sound out of your system.
Richard Varey has a marathon session with a hi-fidelity maestro with a singular vision. Warning: this piece may change your whole perspective on hi-fi.
Richard Varey gets amorous with a retro-styled NZ-designed preamp.