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Enjoy the Music.com Celebrates Adding Ecoustics As Content Sharing Partners

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(January 12, 2021) Enjoy the Music.com and ecoustics are thrilled to announce our new content sharing partnership, expanding the reach of both online publications to a wider range of readers, listeners, and viewers across the globe. With a combined 46 years of online publishing history between the two magazines, both are cornerstones of the consumer home entertainment media online world and charging into 2021 with a renewed sense of purpose and direction.

ecoustics.com was founded by Brian Mitchell in 1998 and remains independently owned and operated. First launched in 1999 as one of the first consumer electronics portals, the company is dedicated to providing an easy-to-use, unbiased one-stop resource for anyone shopping, researching, or learning about technology. The website originally aggregated hi-fi, audiophile, and home theater reviews. Since then, they have expanded to cover many consumer electronics categories, which now include a wide variety of consumer electronics including car audio, portable electronics, computers, gadgets, and emerging technologies. Today, ecoustics continues to be an excellent resource to learn about new consumer electronics or research your next purchase. The site also publishes exclusive reviews, review roundups, how-to articles, and news about the latest gadgets. Their goal is to connect with a new generation of consumers, both expert and novice alike, about everything electronic!

“After more than 20 years of delivering daily content across a wide spectrum of consumer electronics categories, ecoustics is shifting gears and becoming more focused as a publication, and greatly expanding its social media presence through a series of strategic partnerships with existing online A/V and music influencers, plus publications like Enjoy the Music.com,” announced Brian Mitchell, Founder & CEO of ecoustics. “We’re very excited to join the growing list of global publications that benefit from increased exposure as part of this partnership with Enjoy the Music.com. They have done a masterful job over the past 25 years building an audience looking for the best in consumer media. We look forward to sharing our content with their worldwide readership, as we will share their content to our global audience as well.”

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“For decades I’ve admired ecoustics’ ability to help educate music lovers about the latest and greatest in consumer electronics,” said Steven R. Rochlin, Creative Director of Enjoy the Music.com. “By combining their insightful and informative reviews with link aggregation, they provide an abundance of timely information to audio and video enthusiasts worldwide. Their educational articles are an excellent resource for both the newly curious and seasoned expert. Both publications admire both longstanding and emerging technologies that bring a newfound level of quality plus outstanding performance to consumers. These are very exciting times for those who enjoy entertainment within their home, office, automobile, and on-the-go.

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About ecoustics.com

ecoustics.com has been covering hi-fi, home theater, and personal audio for over 20 years and is one of the most respected consumer A/V sites in the world. The independently owned website provides daily news updates, product reviews, features, buying guides, show reports, and critical buying advice for aspiring audiophiles and video enthusiasts. The website also provides an unparalleled database of product reviews from dozens of the world’s leading enthusiast and consumer electronics publications. The magazine charges forward into 2021 with an expanded list of A/V contributors, music reviewers, and strategic partnerships on the world’s largest social media platforms expanding the reach of the publication to a new generation of listeners and movie fans across the globe. Visit ecoustics at this link.

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About Enjoy the Music.com

Enjoy the Music.com is one of the Internet’s leading information sites for high-end audio and music news, equipment reviews, plus show reports of both home and portable gear since 1995. As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, our site continues to received critical acclaim from our worldwide readership, like-minded audio publications, and notables such as the President of the Consumer Electronics Association (now CTA).

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Being associated with eight print publications and five web-based magazines, Enjoy the Music.com is part of a robust grouping of magazines and journalists that features some of the best minds within the high-end audio industry. Enjoy the Music.com also offers our Review Magazine, the industry’s most extensive daily industry news, plus over 260 show reports online.

Enjoy the Music.com is partners with print publications audioXpressAustralian Hi-Fi MagazineHi-Fi+HIFICRITICHiFi MediaHi-Fi World, plus vintage magazines Sound Practices  and VALVE MagazineWe’re also partners with websites ecousticsHeadphone.GuruNOVO High-EndPositive Feedback, and STEREO Magazine.

In addition, Enjoy the Music.com is official sponsors of virtually all major North American shows including Capital AudiofestFlorida Audio ExpoPacific Audio Fest, and the Rocky Mountain International Audio Fest.

Those desiring an interview with Enjoy the Music.com‘s Creative Director Steven R. Rochlin can e-mail their request by clicking here.

Note to journalists: Official logos and graphics can be downloaded by clicking here.

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