TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Summary features stories on the 1073DPX preamp from AMS Neve and a huge robbery at Audeze HQ.
AMI's weekly Top Ten news summary features stories on the 1073DPX preamp from AMS Neve (pictured), a new hearing loss report from the World Health Organisation and a huge robbery at Audeze HQ.
By far the most-read article of the week, however, was Brandon Graham's advice piece on how to prevent audio feedback, according to Google Analytics.
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Harman engineer Brandon Graham offers his top tips on setting up and EQing a system to avoid this problem.
Huge proportion of world's population regularly exposed to unsafe sound levels, according to research released by the World Health Organisation.
New model combines the original 1073 circuit design and parts with modern manufacturing techniques and extra features.
Company is asking for people to look out for its products on sale for prices that seem "too good to be true."
Historic space where the Jackson 5, David Bowie and Madonna once recorded will reportedly be turned into residential flats.
Rob Bridgett discusses how sound quality in video games has improved over the years, and predicts what the future may hold.
Brad Watts got his hands on the new 30 x 34 audio interface for Mac, and found a lot to get excited about.
Manufacturer's exclusive supplier AED announces partnership with Leisuretec and Starpoint.
Australian firm launches its second My RØDE Reel contest, offering a prize pool worth more than $200,000.
With the new F1 season a week away, the company has been looking back at its comms system install at the new Sochi Autodrom.