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    Audiophile Style Podcast: Episode 9 | Boulder Amplifiers Interview

    Episode 9 is up and being delivered to all the podcast platforms right now. In this episode I talk with Steve Huntley and Logan Rosencrans of Boulder Amplifiers. We discuss the past, present and future of the company, including its flagship 3000 series components and the new 866 integrated amplifier. The show finishes with an album recommendation and a round of bonus questions where there are no wrong answers. 

     

    For more about Boulder, visit its website here - https://boulderamp.com

     

    Listen via the embedded player below or subscribe on any platform.

     

    Podcast Setup.jpgAs much as I'd love to deliver this show to everyone in lossless high resolution audio, the podcast platforms only accept MP3. So, I record everything as lossless WAV files using a Neumann TLM 103 transformerless cardioid condenser microphone, then convert to 320 Kbps MP3 to give everyone the best quality currently possible. Given that I'm using a Merging Technologies Anubis analog to digital converter to record, I technically could do everything at DXD (384 kHz) or DSD256, but that's a bit over the top, even for me.

     

    A big thanks to David Chesky for allowing me to use the track East Harlem, from the album The Body Acoustic. The album can be purchased and downloaded at 24/96 from the Chesky Records site here

     

    All AS Podcast episodes can be found here, or you can find / subscribe on every podcast platform known to man. If I missed a platform some people use, just let me know. Here are links to the most popular platforms.

     

     

     

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    12 minutes ago, Danny Kaey said:

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    I was waiting for you to listen :~) I know you’ve been fortunate enough to have Boulder gear in your system and understand what the company is all about. Great stuff. Great company. 

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