Your Questions Answered About The Korg + Noritake Nutube ‘Vacuum Tube On A Chip’

At the 2015 NAMM Show, Korg and Noritake introduced the Nutube, a new miniaturized, high performance ‘vacuum tube on a chip’. Korg says that the NuTube generates the musical harmonics of traditional vacuum tubes, but offers three key benefits: Low power Consumption –  less than 2% of the power required by conventional vacuum tubes; Compact – less than 30% of the volume of a conventional… Read More Your Questions Answered About The Korg + Noritake Nutube ‘Vacuum Tube On A Chip’

Amazon Echo: Super Cool or Super Creepy? You Make The Call!

Amazon has introduced a new type of ‘smart device’ – the Echo – that’s a reimagining of the home stereo as a always-connected, voice activated speaker. It’s got some impressive features – combining Siri-style voice recognition, with search, music and news service. You can tell it to play some music by Boards of Canada, tell it to wake you… Read More Amazon Echo: Super Cool or Super Creepy? You Make The Call!

PreSonus Intros Temblor T8 Subwoofer

PreSonus has announced the Temblor T8, an active subwoofer monitor speaker. Designed for critical listening in the studio or at home, the PreSonus Temblor T8 active subwoofer is designed to complement any full-range monitoring system, making it ideal for personal studios, gaming, audiophiles, and home theaters. The Temblor T8 includes a continuously variable lowpass filter (50… Read More PreSonus Intros Temblor T8 Subwoofer

Tactile Monitoring System Uses Bone Conduction To Deliver Intense Bottom End

Porter & Davies let us know about their Tactile Monitoring Systems, which use bone conduction to deliver sound through your backside. In-ear monitors sound great, but don’t deliver the physical sensation of big monitors. The P&D silent monitoring systems address that gap, using bone conduction to deliver accurate, intense reproduction. According to the company, their P&D… Read More Tactile Monitoring System Uses Bone Conduction To Deliver Intense Bottom End