Ep. 1003: Where we're young again Video
Our guest today is Steve Sphere Guttenberg, the man behind CNET's Audiophiliac blog. We'll talk to him about the immortal LP, the return of music videos sans VJs, Steve's interview with Young Guru, and more.
Today we're talking all about headphones with CNET Audiphiliac Steve Sphere Guttenberg and InnerFidelity's Tyll Hertsens. Topics range from headphone recommendations to a breakdown of terms and what the criteria used to measure sound.
CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg joins The 404 for an extra long and extra random episode that includes an exciting contest--listen to hear your chance to win a pair of Monster Turbine Pro In-Ear Speakers!
CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg joins us today to discuss the Back to the Future video game trailer, Steve's celebrity encounters, 3D surround sound, and more headphone advice for Wilson!
Steve Sphere Guttenberg appears on another psychedelic episode of The 404, discussing why The Nation's new album sounds so terrible, a $2,500 Sony headphone from the 80s, and the dangers of "remastered" albums.
"Ghostbusters: The Video Game" is perhaps one of the most ambitious efforts to continue a film franchise via a video game. The title will take place two years after the events of Ghostbusters 2 and stars all four original cast members. Also reuniting from the original films are Brian Doyle-Murray, William Atherton, and Annie Potts. "Ghostbusters: The Video Game" will be released on all gaming platforms in June 2009.
CNET audio expert Steve "Sphere" Guttenberg samples some of his favorite reference tracks, dishes advice on what to do before buying a sound bar, and wonders: are the Beatles are groovy again?
Steve Guttenberg joins the show today to unveil the winners of the Audiophilliac Awards, popularly known as the "Audiophillie Music Awards for Excellence in Recorded Sound"--started right here on The 404. The premise of the contest? Not the quality of the songs, but the quality of the song recording. There's a reason why Guttenberg's ears are insured for a million dollars.
Give the Kodak EasyShare V1003 camera a pass, unless you care more about the color of your 10-megapixel camera than the photos it captures.
OK, not really. Although she did admit to it. But it had to do with Intel getting into Nokia phones somehow. Or did it have to do with the Clear pass getting discontinued at airports. Or was it? And there were chickens. And turtles. You just have to listen.