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Michael Fremer Posted: May 07, 2016 Published: May 06, 2016 6 comments
ELAC celebrates 90 years by bringing back the storied Miracord brand (minus Benjamin).

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Michael Fremer Posted: May 07, 2016 Published: May 06, 2016 24 comments
Dietrich Brakemeier's gargantuan Apolyt turntable wows visually but more importantly, based on the description he appears to have gotten all of the design fundamentals 100% correct and equally well-optimized.
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Michael Fremer Posted: May 07, 2016 Published: May 06, 2016 3 comments
The actual figures are yet to have been totaled, but there seems to be wide agreement among show veterans that this year's High End show will shatter all previous attendance records.

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Michael Fremer Posted: May 06, 2016 Published: May 05, 2016 4 comments
At High End Munich 2016 Pro-Ject founder and President Heinz Lichtenegger thanks all who contributed to the company's twenty five years of growth and success/

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Michael Fremer Posted: May 05, 2016 8 comments
Being a glutton for punishment, instead of taking it easy after traveling all night to Munich, I headed directly to the MOC convention center to watch everyone set up for Thursday’s press day opening.

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Michael Fremer Posted: May 04, 2016 26 comments
The release blurb for Eric Clapton's new Glyn Johns produced and engineered record has left some readers confused about the source. Bob Ludwig clears it up.

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Michael Fremer Posted: May 04, 2016 Published: May 03, 2016 4 comments
Glyn Johns’ sprawling memoir “Sound Man” is not aimed at the general public but it surely is a must read for music lovers who care about and appreciate sound quality.

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Michael Fremer Posted: May 03, 2016 5 comments
Munich's High End Show has become the world's most important and well-attended audio show.

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Michael Fremer Posted: May 03, 2016 Published: May 02, 2016 8 comments
Michael Fremer visited a serious Bulgarian record and tape collector in March and shot this video.

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Michael Fremer Posted: May 03, 2016 Published: May 02, 2016 7 comments
As you’ll hear, I woke up the other morning with, for some reason, thoughts of WTFM, the first FM radio station in the New York metropolitan area to broadcast in multiplex stereo.

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