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Editorial for April 2011
Published on April 01, 2011

To be one of the ten AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers during April who will receive the two Linn SACDs – Ian Shaw’s "Lifejacket" and Jonathan Freeman-Attwood’s "Trumpet Masque," you need to register using our simple non-intrusive email-protected form here. Both surround or stereo SACDs are of course hybrid and compatible.  Shaw has been called the single […]


Editorial for March 2011
Published on March 01, 2011

To be among the 12 AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers this month who receive the two Chesky Records hi-res releases, you need to register using our simple non-intrusive email-protected form. The discs are drummer Jimmy Cobb’s Cobb’s Corner with Roy Hargrove on trumpet, and David Chesky’s latest orchestral compositions: Urbanicity and Concerto for Electric Guitar and Orchestra. […]


Editorial for February 2011
Published on February 01, 2011

This month’s drawing-giveaway is for OPPO’s new BDP-93 Universal Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player. It offers diversified media support – including Blu-ray, 3D, SACD, DVD-A, HDCD, FLAC & WAV, Netflix, Blockbuster & BD-Live, unparalleled video quality on both Blu-ray and DVD, high fidelity audio, and ultimate convenience. It has both HDMI and 7.1-channel analog outputs […]


Editorial for January 2011
Published on January 01, 2011

Our January drawing-giveaway is for six pairs of the two recent Harmonie Ensemble New York CDs: Sketches of Spain, and Gershwin By Grofé. We have reviewed both innovative albums, and they represent two of the most successful historic blends of jazz and classical – performed and recorded to contemporary sonic standards. While the original Miiles […]


Editorial for December 2010
Published on December 01, 2010

Our December drawing/giveaway is for six sets of two CDs each from the new RCA Red Seal Classic Film Score reissue set: CASABLANCA & GONE WITH THE WIND. Conductor Charles Gerhardt went back to the original manuscripts and conducted the National Philharmonic Orchestra in this series which was released using analog Dolby Surround. Now the […]


Editorial for November 2010
Published on November 01, 2010

Our November/December drawing/giveaway is for six sets of two CDs each from the new RCA Red Seal Classic Film Score reissue set: CASABLANCA & GONE WITH THE WIND. Conductor Charles Gerhardt went back to the original manuscripts and conducted the National Philharmonic Orchestra in this series which was released using analog Dolby Surround. Now the […]


Editorial for October 2010
Published on October 01, 2010

Our October drawing/giveaway is for two copies of a fabulous limited-edition 15-CD boxed set from the Bach Collegium Japan on the BIS label from Qualiton Distributors. The collection contains: C.P.E. Bach: Cello Concerti with Hidemi Suzuki; Bach: Goldberg Variations with Masaaki Suzuki; Ahle: Selected Vocal Music; Schütz: Geistliche Chormusik and Seven Last Words featuring Yoshikazu […]


Editorial for September 2010
Published on September 01, 2010

Our September drawing/giveaway is from Mobile Fidelity Lab for a pair of their Limited Edition Original Master Hybrid SACDs. The great legacy of The Band goes beyond the country rock category even though the versatile quintet only recorded for five years. Their Northern Lights – Southern Cross album of 1975 is a classic. The other […]


Editorial for August 2010
Published on August 01, 2010

Our August drawing/giveaway is for the compact DACport combination 96K/24bit USB DAC and Class A headphone amp, which makes the audiophile experience portable. Its cross-platform plug-and-play operation (no drivers required) sets new standards for portability, convenience and audio quality. No batteries – it takes its power from your laptop via USB. Hear 48K and 96K […]


Editorial for July 2010
Published on July 01, 2010

For our July drawing/giveaway Allegro Distributors is offering the Complete Bach Cantatas conducted by Ton Koopman on 67 CDs from the Challenge label. There are only a couple of complete Bach cantata sets, and this is one of the best. They were recorded in Holland over a space of about ten years. Koopman’s versions are […]




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