As someone who considers himself digitally enlightened, I find it shocking to see the number of people who cannot read an analog clock face. Timekeeping is an art form that has remained true to it’s roots for millennia. The same cannot even be said of the written word. The day has been measured at [...]
One of the themes we ran with when we were discussing starting up AtomicToasters was the old tube transistor. They’re almost extinct nowadays, but there’s something kind of beautiful about them, and they singlehandedly speak to a particular era of technology.
They’re also kind of amazing specifically because the functions they served [...]
Welcome to the inaugural post of Adventures in Stereo, where we rummage through the attic of time and find random items of 2-channel audio coolness.
Today’s Adventure: The first Stereo Record
First stereo record
This “Stereophonic Demonstration Record” arrived in a coup from a small independent label, as proudly proclaimed on the back of their albums; “Audio Fidelity Records Produced and released the world’s first Stereophonic High Fidelity record (Stereodisc) in November 1957.”
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