Disclaimer : The Fearless Audio Crystal Pearl was sent to us free of charge in exchange for our honest opinion by Linsoul. Their retail price is 199€/$ and you can find them in the Linsoul store directly.
About Fearless Audio
Founded in 2012, Fearless audio produces IEMs and CIEMs for professional users. I didn’t know the brand prior to this review, but thanks to Linsoul, I’m widening my range of knowledge every month.
Even though they’ve been making IEMs for more than 7 years now, Fearless only began to experiment with 3D-printed model in 2016.… Read the full article
On Saturday, June 15, 10am to 6pm, Definition AV (2934 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90403; 310 829 9888) will host an event featuring representatives from Cambridge Audio and Bowers and Wilkins and showcasing those companies’ latest products.
Cambridge Audio will show it’s Alva direct-drive turntable, the Edge A integrated amplifier, the Edge NQ preamplifier (with built-in network player), and Edge W power amplifier.
B&W will present the wireless Formation Audio suite, which includes the Duo, Wedge, Audio, Bar, and Bass.… Read the full article
There are a few major features coming to Macs via macOS 10.15 Catalina that give us a solid idea of what to expect (read: hope for) from the next MacBook Pro.… Read the full article
Sony PlayStation may not be a part of next week’s E3 2019 video game convention, but that won’t stop the company from making waves. In a recent interview, PlayStation’s new CEO Jim Ryan gave even more details about the company’s next home console, the PS5.
In an interview with CNET, Ryan spoke about a number of new features Sony has planned for the PS5, which include the use of a custom-designed solid-state drive (SSD) as the default storage option, native 4K 120Hz gameplay with the possibility of playing games in 8K, plus backwards-compatibility with games released on the PS4.
More interestingly, however, Ryan also spoke about the ability to start games on PS4, continue them on PS5 and then eventually take all that progress back to the PS4 as part of a “cross-generational play” feature that saves data to Sony servers and preserves your game state.… Read the full article
Although the amplifier looks different, because its cosmetics have been redesigned to match the other components in Boulder’s 1100 Series, and there have been some internal changes, most significantly a newly designed logic control system and a new power supply, the new 1108 has the same features as the previous model, including two inputs, two outputs, automatic servo null of d.c., four different phono equalisation options (RIAA, EMI, London/Decca and Columbia), a high-pass filter to eliminate low-frequency noise, and two gain options: 70dB (for low-output cartridges) and 44dB (for high-output cartridges).… Read the full article
Microsoft and Oracle customers will soon be able to migrate and run mission-critical enterprise workloads across Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud thanks to a new cloud interoperability partnership between the two companies.
Enterprises will be able to seamlessly connect Azure services such as analytics and AI to Oracle Cloud services like Autonomous Database.
The new partnership between Microsoft and Oracle will even enable customers to run one part of a workload within Azure and another part of the same workload within the Oracle Cloud as part of a best-of-both-clouds experience.… Read the full article
Our friends at Laptop Mag have published their annual "Best Laptop Brands" report, ranking all of the major laptop makers on various criteria.
When you're looking for the best laptop you can get, there's more to it than just finding one loaded with the best processor in a slick design. The value you're getting, the ways the brand has innovated in making the laptop, and the support they offer after your purchase all matter as well. This is what Laptop's rankings focus on.… Read the full article
Last year Microsoft announced it was working on Project xCloud, a new streaming service that aims to let you play big-name games on whichever device you want, whenever you want.
Project xCloud aims to leverage Microsoft’s existing data centers across the globe, literally loading up servers with the component parts of multiple Xbox One consoles, and using these to run the games streamed directly to your mobile device of choice.