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Facelift for Classic Audio Tech

Posted September 28, 2015 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

No need to relegate older audio technologies to the trash pile. For example, the big move to wireless multi-room audio doesn't mean you need to abandon your investment in high-end stereo receivers and speakers. When added to conventional wired equipment, the Auris bluMe provides an AKM digital-to-analog converter capable of handling digital streams up to 24-bit/192 kHz. This article notes that AKM chipsets are often found in high-end audio players and deliver a full, rich sound. For lovers of vinyl sound, Amsterdam-based startup Vinylify has just launched a streamlined web portal that allows customers to create their own mixtapes on vinyl.


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Re: Facelift for Classic Audio Tech

09/30/2015 8:23 PM

Will it work with my Zenith 8-Track player?

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