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CNNMoney: Google's new 'entertainment device' is comingupdated: Fri Feb 10 2012 10:13:00

The tech world is all abuzz about Google's mysterious new "entertainment device."

Luxury, horror lurk in Gadhafi family compoundupdated: Mon Aug 29 2011 15:23:00

Moammar Gadhafi told his people he lived modestly during his nearly 42-year rule over Libya, often sleeping in a Bedouin tent.

Home theaters, sound systems becoming more Apple-friendlyupdated: Tue Mar 08 2011 10:54:00

Audio equipment manufacturers are increasingly dancing to Apple's tune.

Satisfaction! Rolling Stones selling HD catalog onlineupdated: Wed Mar 02 2011 00:44:00

Lovers of high-fidelity audio are about to get some satisfaction. Steve Rushin: The real world championshipsupdated: Wed Oct 27 2010 10:03:00

It's that time of year again -- October -- when we crown another deserving World Champion. I'm speaking, of course, about the just-concluded World DJ Championship, which was contested among turntable wizards from 25 nations and won -- I hardly need to tell you -- by the French spinner LigOne at club KOKO in London.

Pioneer to launch high-tech car stereoupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 19:31:00

Pioneer became the latest company to jump on the car-tech bandwagon on Wednesday when it unveiled a new car stereo unit that has maps with local searches, a "music sphere" and tunes from the Internet radio site Pandora. PEOPLE's Groovy Guide to Celebrity Deejaysupdated: Thu May 28 2009 10:27:00

From Ryan Gosling to Kelly Osbourne - find out where your favorite stars spin, what they play ... and if they're any good!

FSB: How Monster Cable got wired for growthupdated: Thu Apr 30 2009 09:37:00

Noel Lee trained as an engineer and aspired to be a rock star but became neither. At one point he played drums with a rock cover band in Waikiki between stints at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, a government nuclear research center near San Francisco. But ultimately Lee paired his passion for music with his exacting standards as an engineer to create a high-performance alternative to simple lamp wire - and built Monster Cable, a resounding business success.

The Ferrari of record players?updated: Mon Feb 23 2009 09:21:00

See what a $64k dollar record player looks like.

The best turntable $64,000 can buy?updated: Mon Feb 23 2009 09:21:00

Attention audiophiles, old-school vinyl listeners and the very rich: Do we have a piece of stereo equipment for you.

Money Magazine: 5 simple TV sound systemsupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 09:55:00

So you're one of the 49 million Americans who own a flat-panel TV. Great! But unless the sound measures up to the visuals, you're only halfway there. Lee Jenkins: Vikings' Williams pimps rides, stuff runsupdated: Mon Sep 22 2008 15:16:00

Pat Williams walked through the Vikings parking lot like a car dealer through a showroom full of new Range Rovers. "That one's got 26-inch rims," he said. "That one's got the black wood interior. That one's got the Strut grill. And that one..." He paused, staring at the Range Rover owned by Vikings running back Chester Taylor, who replaced the words "Range Rover" on the front and back of the vehicle with the words "Chester Taylor." Williams shook his head disapprovingly. "I don't know about that one," he said.

Ultrasone headphones are comfy, sound greatupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 13:25:00

The Ultrasone HFI-2200 headphones have a dark brown outer casing, while the earpads are colored with a golden-brown, velvet-covered cushion. At the top of the headband is another cushion that matches the same color combination.

Sony's car audio player good, not their bestupdated: Fri Apr 25 2008 15:11:00

The faceplate layout of the CDX-GT410U is standard Sony fare: a large control dial gives drivers a means of adjusting volume and navigating menus and is surrounded by a cluster of hard buttons that provide one-touch access to most of the system's features.

Great headphones for homeupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 08:14:00

With earbuds practically taking over the popular private listening landscape, I can't help but wonder how many people consider over-the-ear headphones anymore.

Lenovo jumps into consumer marketupdated: Wed Jan 30 2008 21:58:00

Computer maker Lenovo has announced a whole new brand of consumer-oriented laptops and desktops. Called IdeaPad and IdeaCentre, the lines are intended to complement the company's flagship business-oriented ThinkPad and ThinkCentre lines.

Streaming audio at a great priceupdated: Mon Jan 14 2008 15:49:00

Digital audio is great--especially if you've got a multigigabyte music collection sitting on your computer or you subscribe to an "all you can eat" music service like Rhapsody.

Retro tech channels old-school coolupdated: Tue Dec 11 2007 12:54:00

The latest technology is cool, but sometimes it's hip to be square. For every advance in technology, there seems to be a corresponding reach back to an earlier era.

Review: YSP-4000 delivers convincing surround soundupdated: Fri Nov 16 2007 14:18:00

If you're one of those people who don't want to "live with wires and boxes all over my living room," Yamaha's Digital Sound Projector series of single-speaker surround systems may be exactly what you're looking for.

The Sound of Lexusupdated: Thu Aug 09 2007 22:16:00

England in summertime: three words that conjure up the smell of freshly-cut grass, the taste of cucumber sandwiches and the sound of leather balls against willow cricket bats. Joining these sensations this year is the sound of an orchestra of Lexuses (or should that be Lexii?).

Review: JVC KD HDR1 in-car stereo a real bargain updated: Sat Jun 30 2007 03:31:00

JVC's KD HDR1 is one of the few in-car stereos on the market that comes with a built-in HD (hybrid digital) radio tuner. HD radio works by sending out a traditional analog signal as well as digital signal, which can be used to transmit text data such as song and artist details.

Review: Get loud with Cerwin-Vega's surround speaker systemupdated: Thu Jun 14 2007 15:01:00

In the 1970s, Cerwin-Vega was a big name in the speaker business, but it fell off the radar a while back.

Review: Sony home theater in a box delivers on features, valueupdated: Tue Jun 12 2007 14:51:00

Sony's 2007 Bravia home theater in a box (HTIB) systems represent something of a departure from the company's popular Dream systems.

Review: Hip-hop adds beat to 'Def Jam: Icon'updated: Fri Mar 23 2007 10:38:00

You won't find fancy weapons, magical attacks, fantasy environments or any other standard fighting game fare in EA's "Def Jam: Icon."

Vinyl holds out in digital worldupdated: Tue Feb 13 2007 21:44:00

Digital downloads are taking a toothy bite out of compact disc sales and the music industry's bottom line. Compact disc sales have been in a freefall since 2000, dropping 20 percent in the U.S. alone last year.

FSB: Best new car gadgetsupdated: Mon Jan 22 2007 09:38:00

Talk about smart cars: These new auto electronics, shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, make for one sweet ride.

Marseille Forumupdated: Fri Dec 22 2006 06:17:00

The Scene spent the day in Marseille with rapper Papet Jali of Massilia Sound System. Do you have a favorite hangout in France's second city? What do you think of Massilia's music? Send us your suggestions and ideas and we'll post your comments here.

Q&A: Massilia Sound System interviewupdated: Fri Dec 22 2006 05:31:00

The Scene caught up with Massilia Sound System's Papet Jali to talk football, reggae and the spirit of Marseille...

Biography: Massilia Sound Systemupdated: Fri Dec 22 2006 05:26:00

Massilia Sound System, a raggle-taggle group of trobamuffins rooted in the Southern French tradition of song and storytelling, formed in response to trouble-wracked 1980's Marseille.

EW review: Beyonce's booming 'B'Day'updated: Tue Sep 05 2006 15:42:00

Beyonce Knowles is a storm system disguised as a singer. On her second solo album, "B'Day," the songs arrive in huge gusts of rhythm and emotion, with Beyonce's voice rippling over clattery beats; you'd have to search far and wide -- perhaps in the halls of the Metropolitan Opera -- to find a vocalist who sings with more sheer force.

Fortune: Rock the house, wirelesslyupdated: Fri May 12 2006 09:50:00

One of the most difficult lessons of the Digital Age is that music is no longer confined to a physical medium like audio CDs, cassettes, or vinyl albums. For today's music lover, the computer, or p...

Fortune: Sonic Boom: The iPod Goes Hi-Fiupdated: Wed Mar 29 2006 10:26:00

Apple has sold more than 42 million iPod portable digital music players, and more than a billion legally downloaded songs. Legions of music zombies wander the streets with white wires dangling from...

FSB: A Classic Gets Remixedupdated: Wed Mar 01 2006 00:01:00

Walk into any stereo store and you'll see row after row of black rectangular slabs, all with glowing blue lights. That's how stereo components have looked for decades, and that's what Richard Schra...

CNNMoney: Jobs unveils Intel-based Mac miniupdated: Tue Feb 28 2006 11:01:00

Apple CEO Steve Jobs on Tuesday unveiled the latest line of Macs to get Intel processors, the low-cost mini desktop line, in a clear bid to reach consumers in their living rooms.

Ten ways to ruin your car's resale valueupdated: Thu Feb 23 2006 08:45:00

Any car loses value over time. How much it loses is, to some extent, up to you.

Fortune: Intel's power playupdated: Tue Jan 03 2006 17:48:00

At the same time Apple is shifting to Intel microprocessors, Intel is planning a new generation of chips and technologies designed to make notebook computers smaller and less power hungry, and home computers that will emphasize music, video, games and photos.

High end hi-fi -- the ultimate stereoupdated: Fri Nov 11 2005 09:34:00

Crimes are committed on a daily basis in the name of music -- from the fans who illegally download the latest Britney Spears tunes to, depending on your taste, the people who wrote the latest Britney Spears tune.

CNNMoney: Toys for your ride from Vegas car showupdated: Thu Nov 03 2005 10:58:00

If the typical car show is like a three ring circus, the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association's annual Las Vegas trade show is like the world's biggest side show.

CNNMoney: Open standards, open opportunitiesupdated: Fri Aug 12 2005 10:56:00

When a new technology becomes a commodity, margins fall and profits drop, driving all but the biggest producers out of business.

CNNMoney: Wal-Mart sounds out Quincy Jonesupdated: Thu Mar 31 2005 08:09:00

In a bid to court more affluent shoppers, discount behemoth Wal-Mart will introduce a high-end home entertainment sound system that was developed in collaboration with Grammy-winning music legend Quincy Jones, according to a published story Thursday.

Fortune: CARRY A TUNE FROM ROOM TO ROOMupdated: Mon Mar 21 2005 00:01:00

AS A MUSIC LOVER, I once enjoyed a whole-house stereo system that let me listen to my favorite tunes in the kitchen, the bathroom, or the bedroom, even though the stereo itself was in the living ro...

Fortune: 26 MUST-HAVE GADGETSupdated: Mon Nov 29 2004 00:01:00

The Music Aficionado

Superstar DJupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 08:21:00

For me it all started with two turntables and a mixer. That's what DJing is all about.

FSB: Amar Boseupdated: Wed Sep 01 2004 00:01:00

Bose is known for high-end audio equipment and dedication to research. Founder Amar Bose, who still owns most of the $1.7 billion company, reinvests all its earnings into R&D. That approach has cre...

Fortune: Gearing Up The PC players hope to make everyone's wish list, but gadget hounds this Christmas may prefer gear updated: Mon Nov 10 2003 00:01:00

Late fall is always a deliciously happy time for technology fans, the season just before the holidays when consumer electronics companies come out with their latest gizmos and gadgets. You may thin...

Money Magazine: A Sound Strategy The fundamentals of shopping for headphonesupdated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

Audiophiles will tell you to replace the headphones (also known as cans) that come with your consumer electronics because the quality is subpar. But with tons of styles and brands out there, and pr...

Money Magazine: Digital Music For Grown-Ups MP3s have appealed mostly to people with more time than money--until nowupdated: Tue Jul 01 2003 00:01:00

On a rainy afternoon in April, I dropped into the record store--excuse me, CD store--across the street from my office in Manhattan. I didn't buy anything. I just wanted to remind myself one more ti...

FSB: Beyond Bose WHO WOULD PAY $125,000 FOR STEREO SPEAKERS? WHO WOULD MAKE THEM?updated: Tue Jul 01 2003 00:01:00

David Wilson is no ordinary entrepreneur. The Ferrari-driving Mormon likes to read about epidemiology in his spare time and keeps a Mexican black king snake in a cage in his office. But his true lo...

Business 2.0: Music Wants To Be Freed More flexible. More portable. Cheaper. These goodies will liberate your tunes from the updated: Tue Apr 01 2003 00:01:00

Sweet Emotive

Fortune: Peter Lewis On Technologyupdated: Mon Dec 09 2002 00:01:00

Burn, baby-boomer, burn! Boomers may weep with nostalgia when they see Verbatim's Digital Vinyl CD-R discs, which resemble 45-rpm records. (Youngsters may weep at their ungroovy prices, $12.99 for ...

Business 2.0: The Color Of Cool Why does so much tech gear suddenly glow blue?updated: Fri Nov 01 2002 00:01:00

It was the light. I tell people I chose to buy a Volkswagen New Beetle over the Toyota Rav4 because of the better gas mileage, but that's only partly true. What really hooked me was what I saw radi...

Fortune: Now Hear This Who put the odd in audio? Domed, flat, and twisted, these three new speaker systems are meant to be updated: Mon Oct 28 2002 00:01:00

Even midlevel computers these days are being pitched as multimedia machines capable of playing audio CDs, MP3 music files, videogames, Internet radio stations, and DVD movies. To keep costs down, h...

Fortune: Magna Cum Loud The art of DJing has come a long way. How far? A new school is drawing students from Wall Street and beyond.updated: Mon Oct 14 2002 00:01:00

Singer Angie Stone has a nice hit in "Wish I Didn't Miss You." The song is danceable, features appropriately vacuous lyrics, and has an infectious groove. But, for Eric Schimmel, "Wish" has a major...

Money Magazine: Aprilupdated: Mon Apr 01 2002 00:01:00

Sound upgrade Even as the war over digital music rages, Americans download. In fact, according to research firm Ipsos-Reid, by February of this year nearly 25% of Americans over the age of 12--abou...

Fortune: The Day The (Pirated) Music Diedupdated: Mon Nov 26 2001 00:01:00

"Copy-written so don't copy me," warns rapper Missy Elliott on her "Get Ur Freak On" single. And now music executives are backing up Missy's words with technology; they are trying to freeze piracy ...

Fortune: Plastic Fantasticupdated: Mon Oct 29 2001 00:01:00

Made of genuine wood-grain plastic that's supposed to resemble rosewood, Harman Kardon's new Champagne Special Edition three-piece computer speaker set is designed for PC-using executives who want ...

Fortune: Push-Button Radio Comes To The PCupdated: Mon Sep 03 2001 00:01:00

Seasoned Internet audiophiles might at first want to make fun of the Bose Wave/PC, the hoary audiomaker's recent move into the digital music market. It's a $449 tabletop radio, with the same high-q...

Fortune: CD Turntable: Pioneer CDJ-1000updated: Mon Aug 13 2001 00:01:00

Since today's DJs can make into the six figures, perhaps ditching Intro to Marketing in order to spin music isn't such a bad career choice. The latest in DJ technology, Pioneer's CDJ-1000 ($1,300) ...

Fortune: Your CDs Are Obsolete The music industry says its two new digital formats, DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD, deliver updated: Mon May 14 2001 00:01:00

Combat veterans of the two great format wars of the late 20th century, Betamax vs. VHS and Macintosh vs. Windows, may still be suffering from post-traumatic technology stress syndrome. Brace yourse...

Fortune: Cool Toolsupdated: Mon May 14 2001 00:01:00

Flat Is Phat

Money Magazine: Tech Enthusiast Getting All Your Computers On The Web--No Strings Attachedupdated: Tue May 01 2001 00:01:00

SOUND CHOICE Watching a movie on a PC can be unsatisfying: Tiny speakers and a small monitor isn't the way DVDs were meant to be seen. But Dell's done something about it: the THX-Certified Dimensio...

FSB: A Room With a View A wish list of audio and video equipment to digitize the den or electrify your living roomupdated: Thu Mar 01 2001 00:01:00

Remember when home entertainment amounted to an evening in front of the RCA, a few hands of gin rummy, and a fistful of Jiffy Pop? Times, taste, and technology have changed a lot over the years. Wi...

Fortune: Digital Audio Away From the PCupdated: Mon Feb 05 2001 00:01:00

For those of us music fans who don't think in zeros and ones, convergence can be confusing. First we learned to encode music from audio CDs onto our computer hard disks as MP3 files and to download...

FSB: Vinyl Revival In a CD, DVD world, the LP has started to spin again.updated: Wed Nov 01 2000 00:01:00

Turn, turn, turn. In this season's nostalgia hunt, Gen Xers and their youth-obsessed parents are raiding attics, flea markets, and eBay in search of their favorite moldy oldies. "Albums are your ow...

Fortune: Cool Toolsupdated: Mon Oct 30 2000 00:01:00

New on DVD

Money Magazine: Gear From Desktops to Digital Cameras, Today's Best Tech Valuesupdated: Sun Oct 15 2000 00:01:00

When it comes to computers and peripherals, you continue to get more for your money. More speed, more power, more style, more choice. To help you sort through the at times overwhelming options, we'...

Fortune: Keep On Rockin Napster may come, Napster may go, but digital music is here to stay. Michael J. Himowitz explains updated: Mon Oct 02 2000 00:01:00

When I was in college, back in the last Ice Age, my parents gave me a wonderful birthday present: a Norelco portable reel-to-reel tape recorder. "Portable" meant an eight-pound box that swallowed e...

Fortune: A Club Supreme There's more to a sweet night of jazz than music. Daniel Okrent explains how to tell if the all-important vibe isupdated: Mon Jun 12 2000 00:01:00

The worst thing that ever happened to me while listening to jazz couldn't have happened in a great jazz club. I had gone with my wife and extremely hip kids to hear Illinois Jacquet in the Chestnut...

Fortune: Turn That Down! PC Audio That'll Wake the Neighborsupdated: Mon Feb 21 2000 00:01:00

Once upon a time, personal computers were deaf and nearly dumb. They didn't respond to voices--a good thing, since we were always cursing their limitations. And they could barely muster a feeble be...

Fortune: Swing Low, Sweet American Musicupdated: Mon Jan 10 2000 00:01:00

From Spirituals to Swing (Vanguard)

Fortune: Speakers and a Sound Card That Will Impress Even Audio Snobs make games and bach sound greatupdated: Mon Nov 22 1999 00:01:00

Walk down the halls of a college dorm, and you'll hear music at all hours. Enter a room, and you'll probably find that the noise isn't coming from a stereo--but from the occupant's computer. The bi...

Fortune: Thou Shalt Buy DVD Prices of DVD players have plummeted, and disks can now be rented easily. This technology is finally ready foupdated: Mon Nov 08 1999 00:01:00

There's a home theater coming to a TV set near you. No, it's not the kind that requires a dedicated room with motorized curtains and a high-limit Visa card. It's a gadget that hooks up to your regu...

Fortune: This Remote Controls Everythingupdated: Mon Jun 21 1999 00:01:00

My family isn't the most wired in the world, but over the years we've amassed an impressive collection of remote controls--for the TV, VCR, stereo receiver, CD player, DVD-ROM player, and cable box...

Fortune: RealJukebox Is Real Hip YOUR PC IS A SMART BOOM BOXupdated: Mon Jun 07 1999 00:01:00

I'm not ready to throw out my boom box, but I'm getting mighty close. With the launch of RealNetworks' RealJukebox, my PC has moved into the ranks of serious music machines.

Fortune: Flat-Panel Speakers Sound Good, Save Space--And Decorate Your Wallupdated: Mon Feb 01 1999 00:01:00

You can always tell when a good magician has bamboozled his audience--each spectator turns to his neighbor and says, "How'd he do that?"

Fortune: A PC in your car? Why? GM, Ford, Intel, Microsoft, Netscape, Sun, and IBM think you want to cruise the Net and the Interstate siupdated: Mon Sep 07 1998 00:01:00

Sometime in October, if the last remaining software bugs can be worked out, the first personal computer for use in an automobile will go on sale. Manufactured by Clarion, best known for its high-en...

Money Magazine: Go To The Movies--At Your Home Theaterupdated: Sun Feb 01 1998 00:01:00

Does this sound familiar? You saw a movie in a theater and loved it, so now that it's out on video, you've invited friends over to see it in your living room. Everyone gets comfortable, you dim the...

Fortune: LOOKS HARSH, SOUNDS HARSHupdated: Mon Dec 09 1996 00:01:00

Audiophiles are a fanatical breed, willing to go to the ends of the earth--and to spend tens of thousands of dollars--in the never-ending pursuit of crisper highs and cleaner lows that are inaudibl...

Money Magazine: PRIMO PORTABLES YOU CAN BUY FOR A SONGupdated: Mon Apr 01 1996 00:01:00

IF YOU'VE HELD OFF BUYING A PORTABLE CD player because its price dwarfed the machine itself, we have music for your ears. For less than $100 you can now pick up a portable that would have cost you ...


After six years of tinkering with her computer, Jenny still isn't happy. She vents her frustration quietly, shuffling through a pile of bills for a string of electronic face-lifts: a color video ca...

Fortune: THE HOME THEATER BOOM Is this the future of your living room? With lower prices and more choices, home theater is hitting the maupdated: Mon Dec 26 1994 00:01:00

IT'S AN ORDINARY Sunday night, and you've rented Jurassic Park again to keep the kids entertained while you pay bills. As the opening credits roll on your large-screen TV, quiet jungle sounds fill ...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Apr 05 1993 00:01:00

BOUNCE BOOTS The first thing you notice when wearing Exerlopers is that you bound along like an astronaut on the moon when you're running in them. But that's not the real point, says the maker, Nor...

Fortune: A STEREO BRUTE FROM RUSSIAupdated: Mon May 18 1992 00:01:00

What do you do when your main customer disintegrates? At least one military supplier to the former Soviet Union has a possible solution. Okean Tribor, a St. Petersburg manufacturer of acoustic equi...

Fortune: THE NEXT WAVE IN CASSETTE TAPES Audiophiles and sound engineers say their hearts belong to Sony's digital audiotape. But a late updated: Mon Jun 03 1991 00:01:00

A SALESMAN emerges from the subterranean storeroom of HMV, a gigantic, fashionably gray-hued new record store on Manhattan's Upper West Side. He's bearing half a dozen tall, slim cardboard packages...

Fortune: PIONEER'S BRIGHT PICTURE Its laser video players took nearly a decade to catch on. The wait was worth it. Just ask Madonna.updated: Mon Aug 13 1990 00:01:00

IT SEEMS THAT no sooner do the fertile imaginations of design engineers dream up whiz-bang electronic gadgets than consumers decide they can't live without them. But Pioneer Electronics, the Japane...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Feb 12 1990 00:01:00

HOME THEATER The hit of this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (where all the products on this page were featured) was the combination of giant television (screens from 27 inches to 120...

Money Magazine: A Couch Potato's Guide to Gear What you need to turn your TV room into a mini-moviehouseupdated: Fri Apr 01 1988 00:01:00

Close your eyes and remember your last picture show: the screen stretches mesmerizingly wide, the sound effects are shiveringly real, and you sit back and sink your toes . . . right into the gummy ...

Money Magazine: Digital Dilemmas In which MONEY offers some opinionated guidance on the purchase of stereo TVs, VCRs and other things that go beupdated: Tue Dec 01 1987 00:01:00

If flakes of silicon are swirling about your head like snow during the final frenzy of holiday shopping, welcome to the blundering herd. Digital dilemmas! Electronic enigmas! Big-ticket blues! The ...

Fortune: BEATING JAPAN LOUD AND CLEAR MIT professor Amar Bose makes stereo speakers so good you may think Ol' Blue Eyes is in the back seupdated: Mon Oct 26 1987 00:01:00

IN THE LOCAL audio store, customers listening to the 1812 Overture are scratching their heads. How can two little speakers the size of quart milk cartons fill the room with the thunder of cannons a...


Microwave ovens were once viewed as a triumph of convenience over common sense. Would you settle for, say, a gray slab of steaming beef curling up at the edges for the convenience of two minutes of...

Money Magazine: Watching With Both Ears STEREO TV -- A TRUE BREAKTHROUGH -- IS IN THE AIR. PLAN ON PAYING ANYWHERE FROM $120 TO $1,200 TO GET THupdated: Fri Aug 01 1986 00:01:00

Hunkered down for communion with the tube, you tune in NBC's Miami Vice in time to see stubbly star Don Johnson open fire from the careering car at screen right. The shot barks in your right speake...

Fortune: WHAT'S NEXT IN HI-FI: DIGITAL TAPE RECORDERS They combine compact disk sound with the flexibility of cassettes, and could reach updated: Mon Jun 09 1986 00:01:00

SPOILED BY the rich sound of Mozart on your compact disk player? Frustrated that you can't use CDs to record live broadcasts of the opera or the kids' rock band? Fear not, music lovers: digital aud...

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