HUG - here for all audio enthusiasts

The Harbeth User Group is the primary channel for public communication with Harbeth's HQ. If you have a 'scientific mind' and are curious about how the ear works, how it can lead us to make the right - and wrong - audio equipment decisions, and about the technical ins and outs of audio equipment, how it's designed and what choices the designer makes, then the factual Science of Audio sub-forum area of HUG is your place. The objective methods of comparing audio equipment under controlled conditions has been thoroughly examined here on HUG and elsewhere and should be accessible to non-experts and able to be tried-out at home without deep technical knowledge. From a design perspective, today's award winning Harbeths could not have been designed any other way.

Alternatively, if you just like chatting about audio and subjectivity rules for you, then the Subjective Soundings area is you. If you are quite set in your subjectivity, then HUG is likely to be a bit too fact based for you, as many of the contributors have maximised their pleasure in home music reproduction by allowing their head to rule their heart. If upon examination we think that Posts are better suited to one sub-forum than than the other, they will be redirected during Moderation, which is applied throughout the site.

Questions and Posts about, for example, 'does amplifier A sounds better than amplifier B' or 'which speaker stands or cables are best' are suitable for the Subjective Soundings area only, although HUG is really not the best place to have these sort of purely subjective airings.

The Moderators' decision is final in all matters and Harbeth does not necessarily agree with the contents of any member contributions, especially in the Subjective Soundings area, and has no control over external content.

That's it! Enjoy!

{Updated Oct. 2017}
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British Library's Sound Archive - forensic audio with Harbeth

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  • British Library's Sound Archive - forensic audio with Harbeth

    A very interesting clip about what goes on at the Sound Archive. Also note the use of Harbeth monitors, a very important tool in ensuring faithful reproduction of their collection.

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    M40s in grey ....

    Thanks for postibg clip Don, really enjoyed it .. I rather liked the look of those Pro M40.1 in grey with their side mounted stands/frames.


    • #3

      Fantastic documentary, thanks a lot!


      • #4
        My personal archive

        This made me think of my own small archive of field recordings which are mainly Interviews with Oxfordshire characters, many of which have sadly died.

        I have often wondered what to do with them and seeing/hearing about those held by the Archive set me thinking...