Hi-Fi - The History of High-End Audio Design pan Gideon Schwartz
- Hi-Fi - The History of High-End Audio Design
- Gideon Schwartz
- Nb. de pages: 272
- Format: Pdf, ePub, MOBI, FB2
- ISBN: 9780714878089
- Editeur: Phaidon
- Date de parution: 2019
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Hi-Fi : The History of High-End Audio Design is the first book of its kind to explain when, why, and how the world fell in love with high-end audio design. Unlike the boomboxes of the past or smartphones of today, high-end audio is able to convey the very soul of music. Starting in the 1950s, Hi-Fi takes us through to the present day, which is witnessing an explosion of analog audio equipment and the emergence of extreme high-end designs for dedicated audiophiles.
Featuring every type of high-end audio equipment – turntables, reel-to-reel tape recorders, vacuum-tube and solid-state amplifiers, horn-loaded speakers, and much more – Hi-Fi is an in-depth, richly illustrated history of the fascinating and fast-transforming world of high-end audio design.