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Podcast: Pursuing the Truth in Audio with Gene DellaSala of Audioholics

Meet Gene DellaSala, President of Audioholics who has been debunking claims in the audio industry since 1999.

Brian Mitchell, eCoustics Founder sits down with Gene DellaSala, President of Audioholics to purse the truth in audio and video. Under Gene’s leadership, Audioholics.com has grown to become largest Home Theater Review publication on the planet. Today Audioholics offers in-depth product reviews and analysis, backed by science and measurements to help consumers make fact based buying decisions when designing a home theater. Gene discusses the original launch of the website in 1999, the extension of the website’s reach onto YouTube in 2004, and the still in process video documentation of the Audioholics Smarthome. In addition, learn about some of Gene’s favorite products and a few products you probably want to avoid.

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Shure – Making people sound extraordinary for nearly a century. Check out the MV7 podcast mic and SRH440A headphones used by Brian in this episode.

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. barry b

    April 10, 2022 at 7:50 pm

    There are many engineers who think they are smarter than the hobby. They are wrong. Based on his site, I’d say he’s a poor audio engineer and a very poor audiophile.

  2. Clamb

    April 21, 2022 at 8:24 am

    Or could it be you suffer Dunning Kruger Effect and simply can’t discern the difference between a knowledgeable engineer vs an opinioned writer?

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