Pro-Ject prepares for Compact Disc revival with precision CD transport

When it comes to music consumption, streaming continues to be the music industry's biggest earner. Sales of physical formats like CD and vinyl are declining overall, though the latter has been clawing its way back slowly over the last few years. High-end audio brand Pro-Ject is clearly hoping that the Compact Disc will also enjoy an upturn in fortunes, as it releases the CD Box RS 2 T transport... Continue Reading Pro-Ject prepares for Compact Disc revival with precision CD transport Category: Home Entertainment Tags: Audio CD Player Digital music Hi-fi

Pro-Ject prepares for Compact Disc revival with precision CD transport

When it comes to music consumption, streaming continues to be the music industry's biggest earner. Sales of physical formats like CD and vinyl are declining overall, though the latter ...

Tue 16 Apr 19 from Gizmag

Thorens unveils new reel-to-reel tape machine ahead of Munich debut

Responding to what it calls a phoenix-like rise in demand for quarter inch tapes, high-end audio brand Thorens has announced a new reel-to-reel developed with Germany's Ballfinger. The ...

Thu 11 Apr 19 from Gizmag

MPAA: DVD, Blu-ray Sales Down as More Shift to Streaming

The Motion Picture Association of America’s annual report of the theatrical and home entertainment market environment revealed what we’ve all known for years: streaming services ...

Mon 15 Apr 19 from Geek.com

Digital revenue more than makes up for declining DVD and Blu-ray sales

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) in its annual Theatrical Home Entertainment Market Environment (THEME) report revealed that physical media sales have decreased significantly ...

Fri 12 Apr 19 from Techspot

DVD and Blu-ray sales nearly halved over five years, MPAA report says

The MPAA report is chock-full of interesting figures about a changing industry.

Fri 12 Apr 19 from Arstechnica

Streaming music has a much higher environmental impact than you thought

New research finds that while streaming has led to less plastic consumption, the energy used to store and transmit files is just as bad–if not worse. It’s easy to assume that streaming ...

Tue 9 Apr 19 from Fastcompany Tech

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