Robert Triggs

Editor with a BSc (Hons) in Sound Engineering and years of experience using, repairing, and building gear. Audio is in my blood.

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Best earbuds of 2019

If you're always on the move, earbuds are your best friend.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago23
 
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What is dither, and is it still relevant in the Hi-Res audio age?

Dither is probably a concept that few in the audio space, besides producers and audio engineers, understand too much about, but it's still super important.
by Robert TriggsAugust 8, 2019
 
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What you think you know about bit-depth is probably wrong

In the modern age of audio, you can't move for mention of "Hi-Res" and 24 bit-depth "Studio Quality" music, but does anyone understand what that actually means?
by Robert TriggsJuly 16, 2019
 
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The future of Bluetooth audio: Major changes coming later this year

Higher quality music, lower latency, and multi-channel speakers are the likely features of a next-gen Bluetooth audio architecture.
by Robert TriggsJuly 3, 2019
 
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What is MPEG-H?

Everything you need to know about this 3D audio standard
by Robert TriggsJune 21, 2019
 
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Best audiophile cables—facts and fictions explained

You've just bought a swanky new pair of headphones or speakers, but how to make the most of them? Would an expensive cable help?
by Robert TriggsJune 14, 2019
 
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Android’s Bluetooth latency needs a serious overhaul

Bluetooth latency for audio has been a long-running problem, but the Android ecosystem is largely to blame.
by Robert TriggsApril 5, 2019
 
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What is frequency response and how does it affect my music?

If you've hung around in audio circles long enough you'll probably have come across the term frequency response, so here's everything you need to know about it.
by Robert TriggsDecember 26, 2018
 

LG Tone Flex XL7 review

Flex your style.

 

Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 review

High-quality wireless streaming for all.

 
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The ultimate guide to Bluetooth headphones: AAC only acceptable on Apple phones

Along with default SBC and Qualcomm's aptX, AAC is one of the most commonly supported Bluetooth codecs in the wireless headphone and speaker markets.
by Robert TriggsDecember 18, 2018
 
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The ultimate guide to Bluetooth headphones: LDAC isn’t Hi-res

Sony’s LDAC has risen to popularity as the audiophile grade Bluetooth codec. But does it actually match the quality of wired 24-bit/96kHz Hi-Res audio?
by Robert TriggsDecember 16, 2018
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