Dr. AIX’s POSTS

Acoustic Treatment For Your Listening Room: Part I

The construction of three new studios in the AIX building is almost complete. After over 6 months of work, the solid maple floors are installed, the sound proof laminated glass is in place, the door frames [...]

Wireworld Demo at Newport

I promised to report in greater detail about the demo that I experienced at the recent Newport Show provided by Wireworld. Their PR person reached out to me as an audiophile blogger and asked if I [...]

Studio vs. Home Systems: Which Provides the Artist’s Intent?

There are three new studios nearing completion at the AIX Media Group building. Today, there’s a group of craftsmen preparing to spray the wooden doorframes and tomorrow insulation and fabric will be attached to the walls. [...]

“Do yourself a favor. Give it a listen.” Part II

This post continues my discussion of the “One” music project from PS Audio. I regard the project a highly laudable effort to bring well-recorded music to the audiophile marketplace and assist the musicians, producers, and engineers. [...]

“Do yourself a favor. Give it a listen.” Part I

I suppose I should be used to being portrayed as a negative, nitpicking, uninformed misanthrope…but I’m not used to it and I don’t think my perspectives should be characterized that way. I realize that offering a [...]

T.H.E. Show Newport Beach 2016

The Newport Show ended yesterday after four long days of pitching my wares, visiting with readers, checking out a few rooms, and lending my voice to Scott Wilkinson’s Home Theater Geek webcast on Thursday. There is [...]

A Cure For PCM “Digititis”

What do you think when you read statements like, “I’ve felt from the start in the 80’s that there was something inherently wrong with PCM audio? For some reason (and I’m not alone) I cannot stand [...]

One: A Rainbow of Colors

The blurb at the top of the PS Audio page claims the fidelity of the collection of tunes on their audiophile compilation SACD disc is “nothing short of stunning”. My own description would be somewhat less [...]

Sonoma Master Series – ONE

I made an investment in music and musicians today. A reader alerted me to the first audiophile release from PS Audio’s collaborative recording project with Steven Vidaic of Immersive Records and Gus Skinas of Boulder’s Super [...]

Burning Down The House (Studio!)

No, I’m not talking about the David Byrne song today. I’m going to write about something that happened here in my office a couple of days ago — that might have resulted in a real disaster. [...]