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Ernie Fisher and my Nordost Experience

  I’m happiest in this hobby when I’m learning. This is a story about one of those moments.   It’s been over a decade since I last wrote about cables. I find the technology and science of cabling opaque in comparison to amplifiers, speakers or, turntables, so I’ve spent little time experimenting with them and […]

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My Analogue Journey Part II

It’s been a while since my first post in this series of articles dedicated to my personal discovery of great analogue audio. Over the last few months my time for writing on Hi-Fi has been scarce. What with the birth of my second child, Nathan, a move to a new home, and normal work life, […]

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My Analogue Journey Part I

My Analogue Journey Six years ago I set out on a journey to discover, learn and enjoy the best that vinyl music playback had to offer. The goal was both personal and professional: I wanted to experience and write about vinyl music listening at its highest level. Over the course of this journey I heard […]

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TAVES 2014

It’s been a while since I’ve made a blog here at myhifilife.com. I haven’t had much to say until today. This weekend, from Oct 31-Nov 2 the TAVES Consumer Electronics show is taking place in downtown Toronto at the Sheraton Centre Hotel. I’ve set up in a room with Mark Jones of Audio by Mark […]

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