Peter Lyngdorf is a walking history of Danish hi-fi, having owned NAD, Dali and Snell, as well as his company today, Lyngdorf Audio.
When Rasmussen visited Sydney to release the Mojo,Edgar Kramer caught up with him after a demonstration at Audio Connection.
John Elison, a retired US Air Force engineer, has developed an Excel spreadsheet that calculates Löfgren ‘A' and Löfgren ‘B' tonearm geometries.
Editor Greg Borrowman asks Len Wallis what he'd learned about life, audio, retailing and his customers after more than 30 years in business.
Even after 26 years in the audio business— nearly all of it spent at Audio Junction, in Newcastle’s southern suburb of Hamilton— John Cornell is still at heart a country boy.
There aren't too many hi-fi stores in Australia where you can buy a Nordic Concept turntable fitted with a Vitus Audio MC/MM internal battery-powered phono pre-amp and an Air Tangent linear-tracking tonearm. Actually, there's only one...
If your father owns a hi-fi store, repairs hi-fi equipment, imports and distributes high-end audio components, and also acts as a subscription agent for a high-end hi-fi magazine, your own course in life is obviously predestined. Which is exactly why Damian Neilen tucked his degree in English literature under his arm and headed off for Japan, where he taught English for two years before returning to Australia...
The name says it all. If you want bits for speakers, Speakerbits is the place to go.
One-zit wonders. Silver-highchair. Nirvana in pyjamas. From the very beginning, the critics weren’t kind to homegrown trio Silverchair, even when their debut single, the grunge smash ‘Tomorrow’, went supernova.
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