Product development updates and related tidbits from Amplio Audio
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Yes, I am. I think you are a legend, except when you stop posting.Joe Hayeswww.acoustic3d.com
greetings from Indonesia:)
I keep you bookmarked, your posts are informative, thorough yet concise.A very nice balance.
Greetings from Russia!
I just discoverd it yesterday, seriously. I was wondering if the use of a Cambridge Audio Dacmagic bring an improvment when used with a CA sonata NP30 streamer. Any idea? J.email@example.com
Hello from South Africa
H1! I found your tutorial on how to convert dvd-a to FLAC using foobar2000 spot-on! Worked great! Thanks!
just chanced upon your blog. I find it interesting and has a lot of useful information. Please keep on sharing.
Enjoyed the blog and found the tips very useful a couple of years ago when I first found it.Sorry it seems to have lapsed, and the AmplioAudio link has gone too. Hope you've found something else to keep you busy on the audio front.CheersMick
Thanks for your words of encouragement. I'll probably post some new articles in the near future. I have a few other things on my plate, but I should have a little more time in the near future. As for amplioaudio.com, it wasn't much of a website and I got tired of paying Yahoo! for a placeholder. I changed the domain from Yahoo! to GoDaddy to Namecheap (long story) and if I ever have something useful to post, I'll consider paying for a website. In a future article, I'll explain where I'm at regarding any future products. I also plan to post a few articles about ripping SACD and Blu-ray discs.
Very useful Blog for Surround newbies, specially when dealing with DVD-A. I had quite a hard time finding any condensed info on DVD-A a long time ago, and one of your post could have helped me a lot.I'm curious to read what you have about SACD/BD ripping, please make haste!CheersJose.
Late to the party but found the HDCD and DVD-A tutorials invaluable. I would love any info about SACD and Blu-ray ripping