Pro Audio Bothell WA

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Drumbalaya
(425) 881-9313
16541 Redmond Wy
Redmond, WA
Types of Instruments Sold
Electronic Keyboard, Drums & Percussion, Sound Reinforcement, Recording Equipment, DJ Equipment

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Bellevue American Music
(425) 641-5005
14340 Ne 20Th St
Bellevue, WA
Types of Instruments Sold
Digital Piano, Electronic Keyboard, Drums & Percussion, Sound Reinforcement, Recording Equipment, Guitars & Fretted Instruments, Print Music, DJ Equipment
Store Information
Instrument Rental: Yes
Website Sales: Yes
Lesson Information
Lessons: Yes
Clinics: Yes
Instrument Repair Information
Guitar set up, light amp repair. On site consulting. Speaker replacement etc.
Hours
M-F 10 to 7
Sat 10 to 6
Sun 11 to 6

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Best Buy
1130 Se Everett Mall Way
Everett, WA
 
Fusion 9 Design
(206) 315-9190
10002 Aurora Ave N Ste 36PMB 287
Seattle, WA
Services
Acoustical Design, Audio / Video, Central Vac, Environmental Controls, Furnishings, Home Automation / Systems Integration / Home Networking, Home Theater, Lighting Control, Motorized Window Treatments / Home Theater Curtains, Multi-Room Audio, Multi-Room Controls, Multi-Room Video, Satellite, Security / Access Control / Surveillance / Gate Access, Wire and Cable / Power Management, Preventative Maintenance, iPhone / iPad integration
Brands
Control4, Lagotek, Netstreams, Sim2, Ad Notam, Panasonic Premier, Nuvison, Oppo, Canton, Bay Audio, Amina Technologies, Denon, Cineak, Audioquest, Chief, Inca, Furman, Nevo, URC, RTI, Cisco
Certifications
One or more employees at this company have achieved CEDIA Professional Certification status:- Robert Suryan, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II

Definitive Audio
(206) 524-6633
6206 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA
 
Audiogear.Com
(206) 789-4252
2442 Nw Market St Ste 405
Seattle, WA
Types of Instruments Sold
Sound Reinforcement, Recording Equipment, DJ Equipment

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Intuitive Integration, LLC
(425) 771-4343
2125 196th St SWSte 101
Lynnwood, WA
Services
Home Automation / Systems Integration / Home Networking, Home Theater, Lighting Control, Multi-Room Audio, Security / Access Control / Surveillance / Gate Access
Brands
Audio Control, Audyssey, Chief, Cineak, Control4, Crestron, Da-Lite, Furman, Integra, iSky, James Loudspeaker, JBL Synthesis, JVC, Kaleidescape, Lutron, Monitor Audio, NuVision, ReQuest, Revel, Runco, SpeakerCraft, Stewart, Triad, Xtream
Certifications
One or more employees at this company have achieved CEDIA Professional Certification status:- Dave Brown, CEDIA Certified Professional EST III (Advanced EST), CEDIA Certified Professional EST II- Dave Hunt, CEDIA Certified Professional Designer- Chad Johnson, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II- Jeremy Knappert, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II- Tyler Patterson, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II

Heston Technical, Inc.
(425) 822-6940
11155 120th Avenue NE.Ste. 300
Kirkland, WA
Services
Audio / Video, Home Automation / Systems Integration / Home Networking, Home Theater, Lighting Control, Multi-Room Audio
Brands
Sony, McIntosh, James Loudspeakers, Tannoy, Speakercraft, Paradigm, Crestron, LiteTouch, Stewart, Da-Lite, Stealth Accoustics, Parasound.
Certifications
One or more employees at this company have achieved CEDIA Professional Certification status:- Ken Johnson, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II- Kirk Siqveland, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II

Magnolia Audio Video
(206) 525-1961
6308 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA
Services
Home Audio

Avidex
(425) 643-0330
13555 Bel-Red Rd. Suite 226
Bellevue, WA
 
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Ten Questions about Computer Audio with Kent Poon of Design w Sound

Ten Questions about Computer Audio with Kent Poon of Design w Sound

 

Computer Audio has become the new rage in audio and for good reason: one has an easy and instant access to all their music as well the ability to search out countless other titles via the internet.  The issue is simply where to start, though the answer is quite obvious: get a computer, rip and store the files, and then play them back to some DAC. Of course being audiophiles …err the nuts we are… the questions start to pile up rather quickly.

Mac or PC, and then once you got that settled, there is all the minutiae related to just setting-up that computer’s OS and configuration. Then comes how best to rip and how best to save the files, and then to where? Okay, so now that I have my files, how best to play them back and how best to get the files out of the computer and to what DAC? Yadda, yadda, yadda… each question leads to further questions to clarify the previous that then lead to other questions that suggests another question and …a downward spiral down into the rabbit hole we go.

So I went to the 2009 CES and found not only a wealth of information, but a wealth of confusion or at the very least, a wealth of disagreement among those that are either in the recording/software side, the hardware-side, and/or the "expert" sides of computer audio. Now CES is not the best place to get all the answers… time is an issue as is finding all the people to ask, so I came up with 10 ‘key" questions (these are my 10, you may have others or perhaps might not find these of any benefit to you, but I chose them because they are of interest to me and besides they reflect the most common or important areas that seem to pop-up whenever one talks about computer-based audio, so go pound silicon if they don’t work for you.) and emailed them to 12 people in the industry to answer. Their responses are here...

1. Let's start with interfaces; the obvious choices are USB, Firewire, Optical, and S/PDIF. What is your opinion on any of these interfaces? What if any, are the advantages or disadvantages of one over the others in terms of resolution, jitter, etc.?

These are all digital interfaces. From a technical perspective, they should perform the same since they carry the exactly same binary digital data. From an audiophile jitter perspective Toslink/Optical is worse than AES/S/PDIF because of the electric to optical conversion. USB and Firewire are mostly computer interfaces. Firewire has been used in professional audio and video industry a very long time for obvious reasons. Although I don't deny USB can also work as good for stereo 24/96 or even 24/192 if you know the technique, since firewire can easily work for 24 channels at 24/192, well that is clearly my choice.

2. With regards to software there are also strong opinions as to some being vastly superior (or for that matter, inferior) to others; people clearly hear differences in...

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