Audiophile Resources and Articles
Is Flac best? How about WAV? Maybe MP3. Audiophile On takes a look at what the best audio format is right now and why Hi-Res audio streaming might just be the best way to listen to music.
Do audiophile's really use headphones? It's ok to stop at headphones in the pursuit of musical perfection. Sometimes very good is good enough.
The question of what are noise-canceling headphones comes up more than you would think, so here is our super-simple explanation to help you understand the difference between a sound-isolating headphone and an active noise cancelation headphone.
Audiophile On gives an answer to the question of what total harmonic distortion is and how it affects sound quality in hifi and portable audio systems.
A lot of people ask about bone conduction headphones and how they work so we made this simple and quick explanation.
Readers of Audiophile On have been asking us just what is a DAC? We give you a quick and simple explanation of how a Digital Audio Converter can make your music sound better.
The audiophile hobby is on that can be confusing for the uninitiated and to accurately identify what you are hearing can be hard. Thankfully there are a number of descriptors that audiophiles use and you will see these terms used throughout my reviews.
So you want to make your music sound better, well maybe it’s not always the fault of your audio equipment. Maybe you need a lesson in critical listening. Here is how to make your music sound better for free.