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Audeze LCD-4 headphone review: Audio aristocrat

Headphones are becoming ever more sophisticated, and more technologically advanced. The latest reference design from Audeze is a good case in point. While it carries a hefty price tag, and isn't exactly lightweight either, it delivers a level of musical engagement that makes for enthralling ...
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Astell & Kern AK70: Pocket-sized audiophile

When Steve Jobs unveiled the iPod, he boasted that it was a thousand songs in your pocket – a tool to take advantage of the current success of compressed digital audio files. It was, and is, a ‘storage wars’ champion for the proverbial man in ...
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