Review: Enqueue music player for OSX

As regular readers will have noted, my preferred music encoding format is FLAC. My whole music library (>7,000 tracks) is FLAC at 16/44.1 or higher. I am a fussy listener and I do not want to even have any chance of compression artefacts interfere with my music listening.

This is problem for me now on Mac OSX . . . → Read More: Review: Enqueue music player for OSX

Review – Telstra prepaid HTC Wildfire S

I get asked – almost on a daily basis – what mobile phone and plans I recommend. There seem to be two camps emerging in the mobile phone world – those who love iPhones and those that don’t. I am firmly in the second camp. I know I have raved about Mac OS X recently but I . . . → Read More: Review – Telstra prepaid HTC Wildfire S

Review: Western Digital My Book Live

The advent of digital media – photos, videos and music – has meant many of us are struggling to store, manage  and backup Gigabytes and even Terabytes of precious data.

Traditionally, this data would be stored on a single desktop or laptop computer. That’s fine but most families want to share this data so all members of . . . → Read More: Review: Western Digital My Book Live

Review: Nuforce Icon integrated desktop amplifier

My office desktop audio setup has always been the poor cousin of my main home theatre setup in the family room. The problem is, I spend way more time in my office these days and I always listen to music when I am on the PC. So when I was listening to music most often I . . . → Read More: Review: Nuforce Icon integrated desktop amplifier

Review: Western Digital TV Live

The Western Digital TV Live (WDTVLive) is a second generation device for playing media on your TV or home theatre directly from a portable hard drive. With the Live version, Western Digital added an Ethernet port which greatly expands its overall utility.

The device comes nicely packaged with the obligatory DC power pack, an infrared remote (with . . . → Read More: Review: Western Digital TV Live