Are we out of our depth?

John Strohbeen    Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Depth is the most difficult of the three dimensions to record and reproduce in a music system. With good stereo recordings, the left/right location of the performers can usually be…

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The Early Days of Ohm

John Strohbeen    Tuesday, November 10, 2015    Articles

Marty Gerstein started Ohm to bring Lincoln Walsh’s technology to market. Marty was the Chief of Engineering at Rectilinear Research in the Bronx. He also hosted a show on public radio…

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Two New Models in 20/20K Series Walsh Speakers

John Strohbeen    Wednesday, October 28, 2015

BROOKLYN, NY – Ohm Acoustics has filled out its new line (20/20K Series) of speakers with the introduction of the Super Walsh 3.3010 and Super Walsh 4.4012 models. All models have a…

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Sound Pressure Levels in Live Versus Recorded Music.

John Strohbeen    Wednesday, October 14, 2015

I prefer acoustic music played without amplification – particularly the human voice without microphones and PA. Luckily, we all listen to spoken voices every day and have learned from…

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Headphones: Imaging & Danger

John Strohbeen    Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Headphones: imaging and hearing loss. “Head Monster” Noel Lee is rumored to have told Beats founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre, that ‘Headphones are the new speakers.’ The sales…

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Lucky Timing and My Best Business Decision

John Strohbeen    Tuesday, September 15, 2015    News, Articles

As mentioned in Getting Started, Tech Hifi began in my dormitory room at MIT. The local audio dealers pressured the school to have me move off campus or stop selling. I moved across the…

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