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July 18, 2018

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December 29, 2017
Peter Aczel's magazine The Audio Critic is the most important audio magazine ever to exist because it had the courage to speak truth to power.
November 20, 2017
I was never fortunate enough to meet Peter in person, but I did enjoy his writing and his open and honest approach to audio. I learned a great deal from him, and I will miss the clarity of his thoughts.
November 3, 2017
The last honest person in audio criticism and for decades the only audio journalist worth reading. With his passing accountability, sanity and integrity left the realm hi-fi pundits.
Peter Millan, Audio Critic reader
August 2, 2017
While I didn't know Mr. Aczel personally, I thoroughly enjoyed reading his magazine The Audio Critic. He was a voice of sanity, integrity, and intelligence in a field overly populated by charlatans who traded on the ignorance of their readers. I still laugh at his description of those individuals as "Golden-eared Tweako Cultists."
Godspeed, Mr. Aczel.