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Ted Goslin

Ted Goslin

Yamaha

Ted Goslin is a content marketing specialist for the Yamaha Consumer Audio group 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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On a cold winter day, curling up on the couch with a warm blanket and putting on a feel-good holiday film like It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol or Miracle on 34th Street might seem like the perfect

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Video games have come a long way since Pong™. When the concept of gaming was first introduced in the 1950s, it was considered a technological oddity. Since then, we’ve seen an evolution of mind-blowing games and consoles played and

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Surrealist artist Salvador Dali once said, “Have no fear of perfection. You’ll never reach it.” When Yamaha product manager Susumu Kumazawa was tasked with designing the two-channel Yamaha Flagship Hi-Fi 5000 Series, he began with

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The beginning of any year is filled with promise from every walk of life. In the electronics business, there is no more exciting time thanks largely to one signature event: CES (the Consumer Electronics

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There are now more ways than ever for people to watch their favorite movies and television shows. Gone are the days of being constrained by the fickle embrace of cable TV or the time-limited world of movie theaters. Instead,

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