SO LONG, STEREO RE­VIEW

Sound & Vision - - TRACK ONE -

Speak­ing of nos­tal­gia, the Oc­to­ber/novem­ber is­sue marked the of­fi­cial con­clu­sion of our Stereo Re­view 60th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tion. Many sub­scribers loved read­ing about the old days of Ju­lian Hirsch and com­pany— our re­print of the Nakamichi Dragon cas­sette deck in par­tic­u­lar gen­er­ated lots of reader re­sponse. Oth­ers, how­ever, chimed in to en­cour­age us to re­store the mag­a­zine’s print space to other, more con­tem­po­rary con­cerns. Start­ing with this is­sue, that’s ex­actly what we plan to do. In the mean­time, a for­mer writer from Video mag­a­zine, the ti­tle that

Stereo Re­view merged with in 1999 to form Sound & Vi­sion, re­cently shipped me a big box of vin­tage is­sues of that pub­li­ca­tion. If the prospect of read­ing re­prints of ar­ti­cles cov­er­ing the early days of home video (VHS and S-VHS VCRS, laserdiscs and laserdisc play­ers, etc.) holds ap­peal, or if there’s any­thing else you’ve got on your mind, drop me a line at edi­[email protected] soun­dand­vi­sion.com.— AG

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