Issue 90
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FEATURE
Vegas 2011 and Montréal 2011
by Gerard Rejskind
The Consumer Electronics Show and T.H.E. Show scramble to reinvent themselves, while the Montreal Salon continues in its winning streak

NUTS&BOLTS
Not Made to Last
by Paul Bergman
Analog is forever. Unless you’ve recorded with tape that went downhill as soon as you opened the box.


CINEMA
Apple TV, Take Two
There’s a new Apple TV, but is it better? And what, if anything, can you use it for?

THE LISTENING ROOM
The Revolver Music 5
It’s not a turntable, as you might expect, but a loudspeaker.

The Thorens TD-309
The venerable turntable company continues to search for new paths.

Roksan Kandy K-2
The second generation of this British company’s smaller amplifier.

Moon 100D Converter
Can Simaudio replicate the performance of its terrific 300D digital-to-analog converter in a package half the size and well under half the price?.

Phono Stages
We listen to the new incarnation of Simaudio’s smaller phono preamp, and to another that costs like a family outing at McDo.

Interconnects and Accessories
Inexpensive products from Atlas and Nerve. Yes, Nerve.

Music? Make Your Own
Your iPad, iPhone, etc., will let you listen to music. But they'll let you make it as well.

SOFTWARE
Count Basie: Big Band Nobility
by Toby Earp
Bandleader and composer “Count” Basie wasn’t nobility, but to music lovers he was and is royalty.

Software Reviews
by Steve Bourke, Albert Simon and Gerard Rejskind

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