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Rafe Arnott  |  Jun 08, 2018  |  4 comments
1954. Mamie Eisenhower launches the first nuclear-powered submarine. Guitarist Steve Tibbetts is born is born in Madison, Wisc.
Rafe Arnott  |  Jun 05, 2018  |  18 comments
Full disclosure. I get a lot of press releases.
Rafe Arnott  |  Jun 03, 2018  |  21 comments
I had calls to make, people to connect with about helping me shape coverage here. Really cool people.
Rafe Arnott  |  May 28, 2018  |  31 comments
Mental linkages in music through visual stimulation
Rafe Arnott  |  May 22, 2018  |  29 comments
A literal look at where I'm coming from.
Rafe Arnott  |  May 18, 2018  |  21 comments
Easing into the ones & zeros with Rafe Arnott
AudioStream Staff  |  May 16, 2018  |  17 comments
Rafe Arnott (previously Creative Director for Part-Time Audiophile & The Occasional Magazine) appointed to drive the editorial vision for AVTech Media Americas’ iconic websites
Steven Plaskin  |  Apr 26, 2018  |  1 comments
As an audio reviewer, there are times I find it necessary to pull back from over-analyzing the sound of a product and get back to the fundamentals that drew me into this hobby in the first place. Engaging musicality can often be lost to one that is focusing on specifics such as soundstage, bass, dynamics, and resolution. The Métronome Technologie C5+ DAC, a DAC designed and manufactured in France, is a high-end product that helped me get back to the audio place that all of us are ultimately seeking.
Herb Reichert  |  Apr 04, 2018  |  64 comments
Two Men Meet, Each Believing the Other to Be of Higher Rank, Paul Klee (Etching and tonal etching on zinc, 1903)

[Please join me in welcoming columnist Herb Reichert to AudioStream. Ed. (yay!!)]

"Knowledge" that a storm is a Level 5 hurricane with 200mph winds and 30-inches of potential rainfall is nothing more than a quasi-imaginable cultural abstraction compared to sitting on the roof of your house clutching your water-soaked cat - waiting to be rescued.

Michael Lavorgna  |  Apr 04, 2018  |  10 comments
Here we go again—a company that's never seen a profit and doesn't make its product has a big opening day on Wall St. making its owners wealthy (or wealthier). Gee, how great.

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