mid-fi

mid-fi

(Middle Fidelity) Intermediate. Mid-fi is a loose term for a midrange resolution or quality. It may apply to audio resolution, printed images, screen images or any other discipline that has low, intermediate and high options.
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The bill tomorrow will also include mid-fi melodic ramblings from WERBENIUK, BURNT DENNIS and THE INJUNCTIONS.
Indeed, after comparing several of the cuts on this disc with ones on Decca's own discs, I concluded that most listeners on mid-fi equipment probably wouldn't notice any difference.
He sent on French mid-fi elder Hameur Bouazza to provide an injection of pace, and it nearly brought his team a goal.
Former Aston Villa, Kidderminster and Shrewsbury Town mid-fi elder John
2," which was released Tuesday on Mid-Fi Recordings.
(Although, in fairness, most mid-fi gear is intended for movie-soundtrack listening these days, like the perfectly adequate Boston Acoustics speakers I use in a separate home-theater room.) Two things became clear right away: I didn't need the mid-fi gear hawked by the likes of Best Buy, Circuit City, or Fry's Electronics; and I couldn't afford the likes of Wilson and Avalon.
The group recently launched its own recording label, Mid-Fi, and is preparing to release a new album with an unprintable title this April.
Let me put it another way: If you've never heard the two recordings before, as I hadn't, and you're willing to take a chance, you might consider either the JVC remastering if you have a very high-end system and very deep pockets or the RCA Living Stereo if you want to be sensible and have a mid-fi system.
At a time when basic mass- and mid-fi component prices (notably receivers and DVD players) are falling like rocks, the idea of ponying up over a grand for a preamp seems counterintuitive.
And just to be fair, I pulled my 18-year-old Technics SL-10 mid-fi turntable out of the closet so that I could hear the vinyl on something sounding more in keeping with typical home music systems.
A sales person in a mid-fi shop that carries high end ES Sony too, says that the 500V's D to A converter, being intended for SACDs, gives an aural break to regular CDs as well.
Or perhaps you're just trying to entice "frugal" music lovers into subscribing to your very expensive mid-fi publication.
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