Siegfried Linkwitz, the co-inventor of the Linkwitz-Riley crossover, a favourite of loudspeaker manufacturers and DIY speaker builders the world over, has died, aged 82.
John Ong has been an integral part of the Melbourne audio scene for more than twenty years, where he’s worked in audio research and development, and audio design and manufacturing as well as in the retail sector.
If you haven’t been inside Tivoli Hi-Fi recently, you won’t have realised that everything inside it has changed. It’s not the same store it once was!
Here, Roland Hoffman, Senior Manager at Dynaudio Academy, is interviewed by Greg Borrowman, editor of Australian Hi-Fi Magazine.
Chris N. Strahm, co-founder of LinearX Corporation, was the sole inventor and designer of some of the most important design and measurement tools used by audio engineers right around the world
Louis Challis was not only Australia’s leading acoustical engineer, he was also an internationally-acclaimed hi-fi reviewer who worked for Australian Hi-Fi Magazine, ETI Magazine, Electronics Australia and others.
Three men gathered at Con’s place on the coast to listen to an audio system aspiring to Jay Gatsby’s ideal—‘the unattainable dream’ of perfection—the ideal system in their case, cost no object.
Loudness controls - and all controls that work a similar way, but have proprietary names - cannot work, because they they are based on a misunderstanding of how our hearing works.
Australian Hi-Fi Magazine editor Greg Borrowman interviews Roland Hoffmann, of Dynaudio about the new Contour Series and his plans for Dynaudio's 40th anniversary...
Edward James ‘Ted’ Jordan, the famous British loudspeaker designer and engineer, best- known for his pioneering work with full-range metal-coned drive units, died on 28 June, 2016, following a long illness, aged 87.
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