• Why the CD is outmoded already (1988)
  • It's a MOD, MOD world (MOD audio music and players, with links to files) (1997)
  • DVD recorders are a long way off (1997)
  • DVD is coming! Here's what to expect (1997)
  • MPEG: The future of digital audio for computers? (1997)
  • A sound idea: MPEG Layer 3 keeps improving (1998)
  • QSound puts 3D audio onto your computer (1997)
  • When Madonna danced on my car: Impressions of the first QSound CDs (1991)
  • Why the hi-fi lunatic fringe hates me (1997)
  • 3-inch mini-CDs (1991)
  • Testing a Walkman, and other adventures in math (1989)
  • How sound can be accurate without being true-to-life (1991)
  • Should a loudspeaker be a musical instrument? Does it matter? (1998)
  • Research shows vulnerability of CDs (1990)
  • A time bomb in your compact disc? (1991)
  • Do expensive CD players really sound better? (1988)
  • CDs that are ideal for testing speakers (1989)
  • CDs for testing electronic components (1989)
  • Desktop CD publishing, crazed women and the glory of good sound (1991)
  • dbx 700: The best recording device you can buy (1986)
  • dbx CD player with built-in compression and expansion (1986)
  • dbx Soundfield 1A speakers: 8 woofers, electronic EQ and the best way of clearing out the house (1986)
  • dbx Soundfield 100 speakers: Realism at a reasonable price (1987)
  • Dolby SR, analog sound and why digital isn't necessarily better (1990)
  • How to make sure your Dolby B or C recordings are done right (1987)
  • New audio cassettes with Dolby C show big advances (1986)
  • Dolby SR and the secret of good analog sound (1987)
  • How one man changed the face of audio (1987)
  • How the Walkman helped ensure the success of the CD (1992)
  • How to make sure you're getting the best possible recording (1991)
  • Lynn's $6,000 CD player (1992)
  • Those Maggies make my heart sing (1986)
  • A fond farewell to open-reel tape (1986)
  • The day the earth shook and my turntable kept on keepin' on (1986)
  • Class consciousness: Perreaux amps make the grade (1986)
  • Revolver turntable: Simplicity can be a virtue (1986)
  • Revox B215 cassette deck: Fast on the draw, smooth on the ears (1996)
  • Green markers, or why conviction is stronger than truth (1986)
  • As new digital tape formats shape up, analog keeps its lead (1991)
  • For sightless audiophiles, Yamaha cassette deck takes first place (1985)
  • An easy project to give your stereo some sonic isolation (1990)
  • First recordable CD device announced (1988)
  • First audio CD recorder costs $20,000 (1991)
  • Hitachi's $7,000 CD recorder (1992)
  • Tandy's THOR recordable CD, and reflections on a technological turning point (1988)
  • How digital sound uses a numbers game to do its thing (1987)
  • Numbers are numbers, no matter what. That's the secret of digital sound (1988)
  • How Chesky surmounted digital audio's flaws (1989)
  • How the new DAT recorder works, and why Sony capitulated (1987)
  • First test of a DAT recorder: It's fantastic. But Oh! that price (1987)
  • Listen to DAT tape yourself on these new CDs (1988)
  • What ever happened to DAT recorders? (1988)
  • DAT arrives late, facing new competition (1990)
  • Sony unveils the mini disc (1991)
  • The mini disc's sonic sleight-of-hand (1993)
  • Equalizing old recordings to give them new life (1987)
  • Audio tweaks that pinch your wallet, and maybe your pride (1991)
  • Extra-long-playing records, my grandmother and Ted Nakamichi (1991)
  • When your radio goes crazy (1989)
  • Craig Dory and the magic of audiophile sound (1994)
  • How Edison saved rock and roll (1992)
  • Debunking hi-fi: The sound of music and of money changing hands (1993)
  • Why DAT is eight years late (1991)
  • Generating low-bass notes in my headphones—and in my head (1988)
  • Going with the flow: Digital audio's big problem (1989)
  • When an AV receiver needs oomph: Kicking those little electron butts (1991)
  • Surround-sound adventures, or how the imp in me made the sound fall down (1990)
  • The pecking order in checking out a test CD (1992)
  • WordPerfect's hybrid recording: The CD that stood up and roared (1993)
  • How to copy anything onto cassette tape (1990)
  • Pillow talk about hi-fi: Getting good sound in odd rooms (1994)
  • Making surround-sound the Ambisonic way (1993)
  • 4-channel sound done right—and expensively (1993)
  • Direct-to-disc CD from Reference Recordings: Best sound ever? (1994)
  • Fats Waller music direct to CD (1990)
  • Busting Bach with Don Dorsey (1988)
  • How (and why) to choose good headphones (1989)
  • 10 ways to improve your audio without spending money (1993)
  • 2 ways to improve your video and audio (1992)
  • Teac's best cassette deck challenges digital recorders (1994)
  • A CD that cleans up after itself (1994)
  • A Denon CD worth listening to again and again (1995)
  • Machines that clean your records, and ways to keep them that way (1983)
  • ADC amp brings back memories of its phono titan (1988)
  • 16 rpm: My speed contest takes a spin (1990)