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Ted Goslin

Ted Goslin

Yamaha

Ted is a content marketing specialist for the Yamaha Audio Visual division who has dedicated his career to learning and writing about music and sound technology. His time as senior editor of Mobile Electronics magazine resulted in his being nominated twice for the Western Publishing Association MAGGIE Awards. Ted’s work at Mobile Electronics included small business best practices and exploring the emergence of new audio technology in blogs and feature articles. His music background includes over 20 years playing, teaching, and composing music for steel drums. He is also the editor and publisher of the popular online publication, PAN Magazine. Ted loves showing people the benefits of having quality audio in their home and helping them overcome common problems they experience while exploring various setup options with their products.

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Twenty years ago you bought your dream home audio system, complete with all the bells and whistles that were available back in the day. Today, you’re still using that same system — and why not? It still sounds great! [caption id=”attachment_7481″

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If you’re like me and you’ve rocked a sound bar as the primary audio source of your home entertainment system for a solid stretch of time, you might think that’s all you need. But since adding a subwoofer to

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If you’re on a tight budget, creating the perfect home theater experience might not seem like a realistic goal. But, armed with a little knowledge, it’s entirely possible to assemble a quality home entertainment system at an affordable price. It

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The way we listen to music has changed. Before the digital revolution, people went to retail stores and bought albums one at a time, often not knowing how it would sound until they opened the package and played it

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Anyone who’s had a surround sound home theater system knows the challenges of adding rear speakers into the mix. First there’s the issue of where to place them. Then you need to know how to run the speaker wire

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