Maybe it's nostalgia but I think the golden age for Sony portable audio was in the late 90's, some years before the release of the original Apple iPod. I already wrote about portable audio in the 90's and also about the quality improvements in portable audio since the 80's, but I want to write about … Continue reading The Sony Walkman downfall.
Mini-Disc was technical but proprietary marvel from Sony, sadly it failed to gain traction in the US, with moderate sales in Europe and some success in Japan. Right now I'm writing an article about Mini-Disc which made me think if this format is still worth it for music enthusiasts, anyway if you don't mind reading … Continue reading Is Mini-Disc still worth it on the go?
I'm a fan of Beyerdynamic headphones since I had the chance to try the DT 880 in the 90s, right now I have some models from the brand in my collection and they are a joy to hear, so what comes next is a labor of love of an enthusiast and should be viewed as such. … Continue reading A glimpse in to the history of Beyerdynamic headphones.
Sony WM DC2 por Nick Sayers Best Walkman ever?
The Sony MZ-R35 and MZ-R30 only differences are the firmware and face-plate. I had the R35 for a long long time (5 years at least) , that’s a full Magnesium body and it was sturdy. The construction was strong enough to resist some impacts that would kill any smartphone these days and don’t forget I … Continue reading Sony MZ-R35
The Sony ST80W, TA88 and speakers. Read more here.
freelovedugmeuphowsmyhair: They don’t make ‘em like they use to. Just fixed my amplifier, pretty wrapped. What a beauty!
Wega DSH500 Dynamic Stereo Headphones, 1981.
A pro Sony Walkman, they don’t build stuff like this anymore.
A thing of beauty and great design…I miss this quality from Sony.