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UFC 237 live stream: how to watch Namajunas vs Andrade tonight from anywhere

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

The waiting is over…it's time for MMA fans to turn their attention to the Octagon in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. That's where Rose Namajunas and Jessica Andrade – as well as plenty more UFC stars – will do battle tonight, and you're in the right place to discover how to get a UFC 237 live stream – it doesn't even matter where in the world you are.

The UFC's big brawl in Brazil is looking like one not to be missed and the Women's Strawweight title bout is just the tip of the iceberg.… Read the full article

Picture Sunday – KZ AS16

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: Headfonia|Tags: , , , , |

Today, we take a look at the KZ AS16 . A new low-cost, high quality, 8 drivers IEM from the brand that brought us the mighty ZS5 or ZS10.

This is part of our Picture Sunday series, where we take a quick look at some products in the review cycle. You can find all previous Picture Sunday posts here.

KZ Audio or Knowledge Zenith is the pinnacle of chi-fi IEMs in my opinion. They offer top-down priced models with premium specs and the last time I tried one of their IEMs, it ended up in our recommendation guide.… Read the full article

HIGH END 2019: Melco Intelligent Music Library

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: AV Hub|

Japanese manufacturer Melco premiered its Intelligent Music Library at HIGH END 2019, which it claims revolutionises the music search experience.

Melco Intelligent Music Library integrates a metadata engine (SongKong) with a UPnP Server (MinimServer) in such a way that the two operate symbiotically. ‘This completely eliminates the root cause of most problems that users experience when trying to find music on their servers, which is that the metadata is not connected with the UPnP server,’ said Daniel Raggett, of Melco.… Read the full article

dCS Mosaic: New Music Streaming Platform Launched at High End

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: Audiostream|

dCS (Data Conversion Systems) is upping their interface game with the launch at Munich High End 2019 of their bespoke streaming-audio software application Mosiac which is available now as a firmware update for current dCS owners.

Friday Highlights | High End 2019

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: Part-Time Audiofile|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

High-End 2019 show coverage brought to you by The LSA Group

Friday was my first full day at High End Munich 2019. Thursday, the first day of the show, was sabotaged by a combination of a long-ass sleepless night on the plane followed by a late check-in time and, further confirmed by a profound need for a shower. By the time I was suitable for public appearances, the show was over for the day. I still met Scot Hull–who had a minor passport kerfuffle that almost prevented him from making it–and Panagiotis Karavitas for a night in Marienplatz for fried pig knuckles (I went with sausages and sauerkraut instead), real Bavarian pretzels and lot of German dark ale.… Read the full article

Would you trade in your car for this e-bike?

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Rad Power Bikes' RadWagon is a beast of a machine, but in a good way. It’s the end product of a business that was started up in Seattle by two childhood friends. Their love of bikes has resulted in a growing company that has its headquarters in the Pacific North West city. Unsurprisingly, however, Rad Power Bikes also has an office in Utrecht, Holland.

The European base is an obvious one as Holland is bike central on this side of the pond.… Read the full article

Mirroring the Industry: Weekends come in all sizes and shapes

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: Dagogo|Tags: , |

Long weekends…really long weekends.
It comes as no surprise. Their hype and advance marketing make their impending … a foregone conclusion. For the attendee it is a chance to get away, embrace the hobby, and marvel/revel in all that is on offer for 3 days. For the industry: manufacturers, distributors, dealers and members of the press it can run from 4-5 days.
I daresay that all parties involved will do their fair share of respective preparations leading up to them, and depending upon just how seriously one takes it, or it overtakes, will determine just how many hours go into the process.
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Yuko Mabuchi Plays Miles Davis

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: Positive Feedback|Tags: , |

Yuko Mabuchi Plays Miles Davis, Yarlung Records, YAR88171, multiple formats.

Recorded live in the Brain and Creativity Institute’s Cammilleri Hall on April 25, 2018. Executive Producer: Randy Bellous. Associate Producers: Billy Mitchell & Elliot Midwood. Recording Engineers: Bob Attiyeh & Arian Jansen. Recording Engineers: Bob Attiyeh & Arian Jansen. Sound Consultants: Brad Michel & Ricardo Ryan. Mastering Engineers: Steve Hoffman & Bob Attiyeh. Tube Microphones: Ted Ancona. Microphone Technician: David Boch. Microphone Preamplification: Elliot Midwood. Steinway Technician: Yinuo Xu. Photography: Cooper Bates Photography.… Read the full article

Monster Hunter World has a free trial on PS4

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

If Monster Hunter World completely passed you by when it released last year, you can make up for lost time by trying it out in a free trial on PS4 right now. 

From now until May 20, PlayStation 4 owners are able to play through the opening parts of Capcom’s monstrously fun game. 

If you access the trial you’ll get to experience two of the five locations from the full game: Wildspire Waste and the Ancient Forest. You’ll be able to quest, explore and play online with players who own the full game.… Read the full article

Why won’t we let robots into our homes – and our hearts?

By | May 11th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Last week, Anki, creator of adorable robots that are part toy, part virtual assistant and part pet, went out of business. “It is with a heavy heart to inform you that Anki has ceased product development and we are no longer manufacturing robots,” the company said in a statement, which promised to help owners keep enjoying their little mechanical pals for as long as possible.

So what went wrong? Why did Anki – a company that had attracted a huge amount of funding and interest in its earlier days – find itself so strapped for cash that it had to pull the plug?… Read the full article