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How to Get the Most Out of Your Rear-Ported Speakers

There's a lot of information out there - good and bad - about optimally placing your rear-ported speakers. We try to dispel some myths and give you some easy to follow advice on getting the most out of your rear-ported speakers.

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The LS50 Collection: LS50 Wireless II At a Glance

The LS50 Wireless II  is the active wireless addition to the new LS50 Collection. Based on the iconic and now-classic LS50, the LS50 Wireless II features our groundbreaking Metamaterial Absorption Technology for high frequency response that needs to be heard to be believed, plus the all new W2 Wireless Platform provides seamless wireless high-resolution performance and all the convenience you expect from your wireless devices.

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Introducing the LS50 Collection: Every note. Every word. Every detail.

Introducing the LS50 Collection: Every note. Every word. Every detail.

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Diffraction Explained

Basically, diffraction is sound you want now competing with remnants of sound you wanted a few milliseconds ago, which spolis the whole thing. Here's how our engineers stopped diffraction from spoiling your music.

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Masters of Sound: Composer Jonathan Miller On His Gear and Composing for Television

Jonathan Miller is a Los Angeles-based composer who has composed over 7000 pieces of music for film and television in the past fifteen years. Some of his credits include Jay Leno’s Garage (CNBC), 1000 Ways to Die (Spike), Flip That House (TLC), Wild Justice (NatGeo), Around the World in 80 Days (History) and the film American Jedi. Jonathan sat down with us for a quick chat to talk about his gear, which features the LS50 Wireless and the art and science of scoring for film and television.

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A Non-Technical Guide to Buying Audio Equipment (Discussing What Really Matters)

Music has become like Social Media: We've got a lot of friends, but not a lot of close relationships. Technology has made it possible to access more music than ever before, but it has also separated us from our enjoyment of the art of music. Along the way, we've lost our relationship with music.

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