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Bob Katz Posted: Mar 25, 2015 34 comments

Famed recordist and mastering engineer Bob Katz is a headphone enthusiast...who knew?

Bob recently offered to write a series of articles for InnerFidelity readers on his recent adventures with headphones. I just couldn't turn down an opportunity for a peak at our favorite head-worn audio device through his venerable ears.

Welcome, Bob!

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Mar 24, 2015 21 comments

You've seen me play with Photoshop a bit for my InnerFidelity Updates. I had no idea it could get you in this much trouble!

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Mar 23, 2015 4 comments
Just a timely note here for folks in the Southern California area...

CANJAM SOCAL IS THIS COMING WEEKEND!!!!

Woot!

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Mar 20, 2015 13 comments

Ruh roh! It seems designers Dolce & Gabbana may have gotten a little too inspired by Colombian artist Adriana Duque.

Tyll Hertsens Posted: Mar 19, 2015 3 comments

You know things are happening when industry decides to settle on a standard. In this case, the AES has settled on a standard file structure for providing portable player (smartphone, tablets, DAPs) software programmers access to HRTF and other complex audio virtualization data sets.

ljokerl Posted: Mar 18, 2015 20 comments
ljokerl reviews the HE-560 and finds them an affordable high-end reference.
Tyll Hertsens Posted: Mar 17, 2015 32 comments

In part one we will look at how the THD+noise plot is acquired and what it means. In part two we will look at a variety of measured data with an eye towards interpretation.

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Mar 16, 2015 9 comments

When I saw the video I thought, "No way!?"

And then I saw the second video...and realized it's here.

Just amazing!

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Mar 13, 2015 6 comments

In the tenth century the fithele (precursor to the violin) had round holes. By the eighteenth century violins had F-holes that effectively doubled air resonance power. The question is: How did they figure that out over time?

The answer may be: they didn't.

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Mar 11, 2015 22 comments

InnerFidelity reader scharfsj wrote in a comment in my recent "A New Push for Headphone Measurements" article:

All well and good, but, I'm really not particularly interested in measurements, and really don't know why there is such a preoccupation with this opposed to creating more interesting content. What I am interested is what they sound like.

It's a really good question and I thought I'd answer it.

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