New Witchdoctor writer Clinton Dixon writes about the death of hi-fi retailing
David Millar bought into the digital revolution, cramming his iPod with MP3 files. He’s had a rethink.
Perreaux urges us to bake bread and be real men.
Is the hi-fi past all that it’s cracked up to be? John Groom ponders this heavy philosophical question.
Rambling thoughts on the cables inside speaker cabinets by Ashley Kramer
No hi-fi rack equals nicer sound wonders Ashley Kramer
John Groom gets to grips with AppleTV and is now ready to sell his CD player
Chances are at some stage you’ll have walked into a HiFi shop innocently browsing at the latest and greatest gear on display, when along comes Mr Salesperson, eager to program his knowledge directly into your weary and unsuspecting brain. It starts thus: “I’ve got a Sansui amplifier, and Thorn Ambiosonic […]