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 →
When I first jumped to the portable audio enthusiast train, my first pairs of headphones didn't need a portable amplifier to sound great. I don't say this in jest, it's the truth. Sure, my music players were mostly Sony Walkman's at the time, so they had decent sounding inbuilt amplifiers, this was in 90's so... Continue Reading →
Most guardians of the galaxy Walkman fans know the Sony TPS-L2 was released in 1979, in fact we (yes, yours truly included) celebrate this Japanese icon anniversary on 1 of July. Sadly this year I'm a bit late for the party, so to make up for my delay I want to share my opinion on the... Continue Reading →
Since my last article about the history of Beyerdynamic, I had very little free time for writing, after all this is a personal blog and I work night shifts, so inspiration is not really around the corner. On a very personal level some important things happened or are happening right now, so these days my... Continue Reading →
Gear centered audiophiles rave about portable audio players all the time, most follow reviews sites in the quest for the audio quality grail. Often young enthusiasts search for audio quality like its some elusive thing that only the newest most expensive players will deliver, but sound quality is not a new thing. In-fact brands marketed portable... Continue Reading →
Sony WM DC2 por Nick Sayers Best Walkman ever?
A pro Sony Walkman, they don’t build stuff like this anymore.
I was a teenager during the 90s and like all youth of my age I enjoyed music, so I spent most of the last half of the 90s using Sony earbuds , my trademark was in fact using just one earbud when I was with my friends, for me it was a normal thing and... Continue Reading →
A thing of beauty and great design…I miss this quality from Sony.