The Computer Audiophile

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  1. Yes, very annoying. I've seen similar things with other services, where they only allow adding these pre-release tracks as singles. When the full album comes out, one has to add the album, then remove the singles. Lots of room for improvement.
  2. Nothing like talking to potential customers like they are idiots. Glad to see you design speakers without listening, contrary to the best designers in the industry. I'll stick with my TAD CR1s that Andrew designed first by measurements and finally be ear. Oh that terrible thing called the ear can produce such crazy results when used in conjunction with measurements.
  3. Hi Ricardo - Yes, the problem should be fixed. Please let me know if you still experience the issue after today.
  4. Yes! @DougAdams does great work!
  5. Hi Guys - We are starting off smaller than you hoped / guessed (but we are actively seeking larger opportunities). However, we will welcome a much more mainstream group of people and hopefully expose them to great sounding music and components to improve their listening experiences.
  6. Hi Everyone - This is a new forum section on CA called iTunes and Everything Apple. As of June 2017, Kirk McElhearn shutdown his iTunes / Apple forum. We imported all the users and posts to the CA forum and are happy to hear Kirk is interested in moderating. Kirk plans on sending the many users, who contact him seeking information, to this section of CA. Please give everyone a warm welcome and keep in mind that many of the people are probably more normal human beings than some of us crazy audiophiles. A bit more about Kirk: Kirk McElhearn writes about Macs, iPods, iTunes, books, music and more. He is a Senior Contributor to Macworld, where he writes the Ask the iTunes Guy column and the Hey Apple, Fix This! column. He is also a regular contributor to TidBITS, as well as several other web sites and magazines. He is co-host of The Next Track and The Committed podcast. Kirk has written more than twenty books, including Take Control books about iTunes, LaunchBar and Scrivener. He reviews classical CDs for MusicWeb, and is a French-English translator. He has written documentation for dozens of popular Mac apps, as well as press releases, web copy, reports, white papers and more. On Twitter, he’s @mcelhearn, and he has a Facebook page. A lapsed New Yorker, he lives near Stratford-Upon-Avon, England. If you’re looking for a freelance tech writer, blogger or French to English translator, or if you’re interested sponsoring Kirkville, get in touch.
  7. should be all good now.
  8. Anyone know if JRiver still has SOX integration? I'm not at home, otherwise I'd look.
  9. I haven't read through it all yet, but thanks for posting all this info @soxr
  10. OK, just ran the conversion on the CA test forum and it worked perfect. I'm going to run it here on the production site now. You guys will see the search index message for a few hours while everything is reindexed. Thanks for your patience.
  11. It's amazing how common these "unreasonable" implementations are in the high end marketplace. Some manufacturers that are well respected and have huge followings online of people singing their praises, are actually cobbling things together and moving boxes out the door. I can't name names, but the behind-the-scenes stories are crazy.
  12. That's a bummer to read. You've been here since 2009! Have you tried the blue theme (selectable at the bottom)? I know it isn't the biggest change but it may help. I'm thinking about other ways to improve readability and have an idea.
  13. Hi jabbr - Was this true of the early adaptive USB designs?