RICHARD VAREY has been radicalised. Rejecting the fake floss of current pop recording methods, he discovers a sound recording genius whose work brings music alive.
Sound and Vision
Reviews and general editorial content about stereo hi-fi systems, multichannel home theatre systems, televisions, projectors and all things audio visual
Anthonie Tonnon’s is one of New Zealand’s most well-regarded singer-songwriters. In this long-form interview with GARY STEEL, he talks about his novel Rail Land tour and the ‘A Synthesized Universe’ Star Dome performances that bring him to the Auckland Festival.
Super high-end HV Series gear is on the way from T+A, the German company that makes competitors quake in their boots.
RICHARD VAREY goes hands-on with the 432 EVO Standard music server and discovers a way to make music both pleasanter and healthier.
SIMON BROWN reflects on the Japanese high-end audio scene after experiencing the amazing Tokyo International Audio Show.
RICHARD VAREY gets his records spick and span with two new cleaning options.
It’s one the least-hyped pieces of hardware recently launched by Google, but does the latest Chromecast’s low profile mean it isn’t a good buy? PAT PILCHER checks it out.
GARY STEEL has a mid-to-late-life crisis as he loses his man-cave and pontificates the importance of exactitude in the filing of record collections, and other related ephemera.