Michael Lavorgna

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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).
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 10, 2017
Professor Edgar Choueiri (Eames chair) and Buddy Gardineer setting me up with BACCH 3D

"Getting measured for head-tracking for use with BACCH 3D." is the answer to Monday's 'Guess What I'm Doing' .gif quiz (as some astute readers correctly surmised). The real point is that I've been listening to BACCH 3D in-barn for a few days and I have a few important things to tell you.

Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 09, 2017
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the man cave...
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 02, 2017
In their review of the Bluesound Pulse 2 and Pulse Flex, Wired concludes with their Rating:
6/10—Strong audio and design, but the speakers are remarkably challenging to get going.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 02, 2017
"This Friday, Stand With Bandcamp in Support of Trans Rights"
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 27, 2017
Professor Edgar Choueiri of Princeton University. photo: Stephen Mejias

Let's tease with some quotes. First from CES 2015, the first time I encountered Bacch 3D:

"One the biggest and most mind-boggling moments of CES 2015 was delivered by Professor (of applied physics) Edgar Choueiri of Princeton University."

"Color me more than wowed and let me state the more-than-obvious—this is ground-breaking technology that I hope we'll see trickle down into more affordable products."

And more recently, from Munich 2017:

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