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July 16, 2015 4:20 PM
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Marshall London - The Phone for The Audiophile?

Marshall London - The Phone for The Audiophile? | Soundtrack | Scoop.it

The revolution has begun. It started way back in 1962 with the birth of the very first Marshall amp. It grew louder on a festival stage in upstate New York during the summer of ‘69. Each decade since it has grown stronger, burning an everlasting imprint on the lives of millions who choose to walk in its path. The time has come to witness the next chapter in this storied tale of rock ‘n’ roll.

Christopher Coleman's insight:

Some interesting features here ... especially dual headphones and native FLAC support!  They'll just need to have a "revolution" in their "resolution," because 720 p just doesn't cut it these days.

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July 19, 2012 8:04 AM
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HDTracks | Hans Zimmer The Dark Knight Rises: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Deluxe Edition)

HDTracks | Hans Zimmer The Dark Knight Rises: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Deluxe Edition) | Soundtrack | Scoop.it

Not satisfied with 256 or 320 kbps digital soundtracks?  HDTracks is offering THE DARK KNIGHT RISES deluxe edition soundtrack by Hans Zimmer in high def .flac format (192kHz/24bit) for $24.98

 

https://www.hdtracks.com/index.php?file=catalogdetail&valbum_code=HX794043160493

 

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January 30, 2015 8:11 AM
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Crank the music: Windows 10 phones, tablets getting FLAC support

Crank the music: Windows 10 phones, tablets getting FLAC support | Soundtrack | Scoop.it
Audio lovers will be happy to hear the latest news about Windows 10: the operating system will support lossless audio on phones and tablets. PC World noticed that Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President, Operating Systems Group, Joe Belfiore, took to Twitter to answer a question about music playback capabilities, saying FLAC files would be available in…
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February 2, 2012 11:39 AM
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Music Week -- Steve Jobs was ‘working on' vinyl-quality iPod with Neil Young

Music Week -- Steve Jobs was ‘working on' vinyl-quality iPod with Neil Young | Soundtrack | Scoop.it
Neil Young has once again banged the drum for higher-quality digital audio – claiming that he was personally working on an iPod with Steve Jobs made to play master-quality audio files.

Young has long argued that the mp3 format offers just 5% of the fidelity that consumers can experience from vinyl and other playback options, and questioned why larger 'lossless' file types are not dominant.

David Cahill's curator insight, August 13, 2013 11:19 AM

Neil Young and Steve Jobs were not satisfied with mp3 and Neil claims its only 5% of the full potential as compared to the highest res. music file. Jobs and him, while the digital is convienent and new, were trying to use digital tools and sound and make it sound as good as the 2192 file or even vinyls.