Michael Lavorgna

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Michael Lavorgna  |  Oct 25, 2017
While there were some great guesses, no one hit the nail on the head...
Michael Lavorgna  |  Oct 24, 2017
"What's he building in there? What's he building in there? He has subscriptions to those Magazines"—Tom Waits
Michael Lavorgna  |  Oct 10, 2017
Thanks to Mr. Weird New Pop, Stephen Mejias, for this heads up—you can stream the new Circuit Des Yeux album Reaching For Indigo for free for the next 9 days. Let Haley Fohr's exotic eeriness act as the soundtrack to our show report!
Michael Lavorgna  |  Oct 04, 2017
If someone tells you that you need to take a test, any kind of test, before buying a piece of hi-fi gear, they are wrong. Listening to music is fun and we all know how to have fun.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Sep 28, 2017
I've read some interesting comments from people who are convinced they can tell what a room sounds like from a YouTube video and/or a photo. So let's see if they're right. Can you pick which photo of my listening room sounds better?
Michael Lavorgna  |  Sep 19, 2017
The famed German Director has released a feature-length film about hi-fi forums. Here's the trailer:
Michael Lavorgna  |  Sep 01, 2017
Our resident Director of all things video, Jana Dagdagan, and a few friends were over for some listening fun and to shoot my reviewer profile for Stereophile. After Jana's crafty editing work, it's ready.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 29, 2017
While there are a number of updates and bug fixes in the new Roon build, there's one update that makes me very, very happy.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 23, 2017
AudioQuest Beetle Optical-Bluetooth-USB Digital-to-Analog Converter ($199.99).
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 21, 2017
Dr. Edgar Choueiri (left) and Stephen Mejias

Stephen Mejias gets his head-related transfer function (HRTF) measured in an anechoic chamber at Princeton University's 3D3A Lab. This is Part 1 of a series of videos exploring 3D audio products from Theoretica Applied Physics, which were initially developed at Princeton's 3D Audio and Applied Acoustics (3D3A) Laboratory.

Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 17, 2017
For the first time since its inception nearly 2 years ago, we have no, as in kúi, Pûuhara, Na, Ne, Neu, No, Mala, Mats, Gooran, Aaye, Ahawe, Ahowe, Жок, ka, kwa, ka:, Man, Biduk, No, Áni, Mahhey, Ñi, Hiya, Shnee, Bo, Non, Nullus, Minime, Ne, Kapwa, Ku, Mata, Kuta, Umayay, Tahashi, Tachich, Mahchikwi, Alalan, Kukesi, Kunkesi, Kuktakohchi, Kuntakohchi, Okeksene, Ngga', Té, No, Non, Ne, A'a, M'm, Äb, Ät, Äb, No, Nee, Nee, Ne, Ei, Qay, Gai, Inehi, Ngaaha, Nangwa, Kwaha, Ooyo, Xwí?, Kagute, Neen, Nee, Lawnga, Ne, Ikai, Dele, Tsia, An,an, Tidak, Bukan, Le, Mi, Min, Ai, Yimba, Waka, [not]Aku, Bushizheyang, Budui, Meiyou, Bushi, Hani, Ham, Aat, Aita, Kao, Kare, Mü, Nahi, Uke, Ampi, Mampi, Ampu, Jaab, Mme, Nanga, Aepotá?a, A-a, Nole, Gâmu, Noo, Pamiyeur, Mv, Maiv, M´imái, Moqwa, Ao, Indak, Hë'ë, Apia, Ewutû, Hama, Hella, Huma, Ken, 'Ewyty', 'E'eh, Hela, Ewutu, Ka'p, Kiáp, Ka, Ñad+u, Koó, Tú', Túu, Met, Ekshu, Q'ay, Nau, Hùe;', Ha, Non, Ügüi, Bish, Karu, Gadu, Garu, Ayo, Ma', Aras, Ajaš, Aš, Akana, Amo, Hiya, Edi, Ana:, Achicha, Minta, Iòk, Deòei, Dooda, Ndaga', Mewaq, Hayi, Koma, Nono, Ya'ngo, Ahaa, Hoina, Chaina, Makhu, Ngarru, Jowandjan, Wagurni, Ùú, Warrayi, No, Nei, Næi, Deai, Áà, Àwâ, Ohò'm, Juat, Ni, Gaawesa, Kai, Ana, Hon'-ka-zhi, On'ka-zhi, Nö, Næ, Noun, Mbu, kwa, kwi, Kwi, Vuo, Vuol, Vuel, Ya'a, K'ami, Mwi, Pame, Ning, Neng, Pia'a, Roba, Aní, Nãhã, Na, Nakhayr, Kotama, Konotiri, Ne, Iniani, Hari'a, Áni, Karu, M'khu, Ámbe, Ástarhu, Ási, No, Nomoa, Pia'a, Inte, Tesu, Tee, Wiya, Eeno, Nau, Nee, Ma, Ntaj, Ntax, Ta, Maa, Ma...ta, Nie, Si'ai, Siei, Kui, Da', Caj, Não, Co, Non, Nani, Naheen, Nahi, Yaapw, Mmm, Yeehee, Pa, Manam, Mana, Manan, Ama, Ma-, Man...taj, Mana, Ina, Kare, Haeñum´, Nií, Niíkó, Niíkámí, Na, Na, Nu, Na, 'Igka'i, 'Igke'i, Nyet, ewe, Taj, Ii, Ále, Ij, Ijje, Ij, Tae, Tätoto, Tahatna, Meré, Öhö, Leai, Nē, Kai, Ipo, Nõnö, Ná, Waà, No, Na, Nde, Ee, Naw, Nae, Na, Mo, Aowa, Ne, Saate, Nou, Non, Tjhe, Tjhee, Aikona, Nyaa, Õiõ, Ahha, Mecheye, Mesheki, Uhuh, Gè, Neh, Icáma, Aiwa, Kwete, Kai, Atsa, Nuddu, Nessunu, Baatili, Na, Ma, Natha, Qa, Ha, Nie, Ne, Do, Maya, Ayi, Ne, No, Tá, Nono, Heunteu, Sanes, Ulah, Na, Maama, Deesa, Noe, Nej, Ohom, Hindipo, Hindi, Aita, U'a, Wu'a, Ne, Nono, Kala-kala, Illai, Venda, Baety, Ké, Que, Quetasi, Tásirapé, Tasi, Tarapé, Akêa, Nay, Yuk, Boomi, Gom, Umbae, Bae, Kaddu, Ledu, Ahiki, Maitague, Lae, Mai, Maidai, Maichai, Maioua, Ma-ja, Yo, Marey, Meyin, La', Lala', Ay-, Tailpa, T'akwha, Klek, Tleix, Miyuc, Mi, Nogat, 'Ikai, Hí-ekh, Nichuna, Gala, Te, To, Wik, Haic, Mbe'ae, Anhan, Ijji, Iddi, Mbaa, Naani, Naani-mia, Hayir, Yok, Chok, Daabí, Ju'uk, Ma'yuk, I'i, Mo'oj, Mu, Muc, Ma, Maan, Övöl, Ug, En, Ni, Ana, Nahin, NehiiN, Anin, Ta', Kach, Ka-, Jyok, Yaq, Yuk, Yöq, No, Ei, Không, Thưakhông, Awigi, Dili, Tifale, Õih, Eih, Õi, Õiq, Eiq, Iq, Ei, Eb, Ep, Wihya, Mi, Neis, Aye, Wandi, Lawa, Walku, Wangaay, Wayil, Ès, Aitsa, Wayil, Ohòm, Na, Naddo, Nage, Nagoes, Nacydw, Ya'a, El-eh-oh, Min, Mina, Wirraay, Kia, Ohom, Gidena, Deedeet, Vazi, K'amu, na, K'au, K'auki, Anrê, Ñiá, Hayi, Nne, Ngava, 'É'e, K'amu, Ohom, Iyemwa, Ee, Nit, Neyn, Mita, Anhan, K'ami, K'amu, K'amu, Ohom, Yaka, Rara, Oti, Béèkó, Ma', Maa, Yahq, Tan, Mi-tang-keh, No, Ganga, Que, Ka'á, Ko', Akti, Bi, Bito, Cabi, Abi, Bi, Bibi, Bitw, Cabi, Bow, Ejxe, Watkáh, Ja'ne, N@7tti, Cha, Tsha, Haaingeko, 'Ella, Lovely Recordings in the queue. This is a sad day.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 15, 2017
We've talked about this before (and again with a wink) but a recent email conversation with a reader, and a real-life conversation with friends, brought it to mind. This time, I'm going to make it real simple (because it is).

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