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This blog post is all about how to keep up to date with what is happening in the wonderful world of two channel audio, home theater and acoustics. One of the best ways I have found is to subscribe via an RSS reader such as Google Reader to industry blogs. The best thing about RSS is that you don't have to go to the actual website to see if there is any new content. With RSS the content is sent to your reader, typically in the form of a summary. You can then skim the summary and if it seems interesting click through the link on your RSS reader to visit the actual website where the item was posted.
Five of the blog sites I read on a regular basis are:
The other good news source is the Daily Audiophile, which is an aggregator of RSS feeds from around 20 or so other sites. Personally I think it is easier to just subscribe to the RSS feeds of the websites you are interested in, since the format of the Daily Audiophile makes it easy to miss good news items.
Which audio sites do you visit on a regular basis? Please add a comment below!
Just recently I came across the Digital Audio blog from a mysterious author (no name, no photo!) which covers the latest goings on in the digital audiosphere. It is packed full of information on new products from all manner of companies both well known and extremely obscure. Worth adding to your RSS feed for definite!
Home Theater Design. Scope of Work: Home theater layout, optimal placement of subwoofers, and ensuring optimal video viewing angles and sight lines. Additionally, we advised on baffle wall and riser designs and acoustic treatment design.
“We built this home theater so I could watch all of my favorite movies. It’s just a better experience overall. I wanted it to look better than anything possible, other than what you can see at the studio." Travis C.
Home theater in walk out basement. Scope of work: core home theater design package, sound isolation, HVAC, riser, hush box and baffle wall design.
"The end result is nothing short of spectacular." David W.
Home theater in custom home. Scope: core home theater design package w' sound isolation, equipment & acoustic treatment.
"Our room turned out way better than we ever expected. Everyone is amazed at the sound and picture quality!” Todd B.
Nyal Mellor, Founder, Acoustic Frontiers