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Friday, 16 December 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Trends Audio Launches Affordable SA-10 Bookshelf Speakers
While we can all fantasize about them, not all of us want to shell out a few grand for bookshelf speakers.  That's where Trends Audio comes in.  The SA-10 and SA-10R are the first speakers from the company and are designed to play nice with Trends Audio amplifiers and systems.  They're also made to be inexpensive but still of high quality.
Wednesday, 14 December 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Atlantic Technology Launches a Pair of H-PAS Bookshelf Speakers
The AT-2 is the latest speaker to come out of Atlantic Technology and, as you might expect, it aims to produce deep and rich bass tones  despite its diminutive size.  The AT-2 measures just under 16 inches tall and handles frequencies as low as 41Hz.
Monday, 28 November 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Audioengine Debuts A5+ Powered Bookshelf Speakers
Audioengine has made some improvements to their flagship A5 speakers and packaged them in the form of the aptly named A5+.  The A5+ is designed to play nice with your computer and even your iDevice thanks to a built in USB port that allows you to charge while playing music through the headphone jack.
Monday, 15 August 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Definitive Technology Launches Bookshelf  Speakers and In-Cabinet Subwoofers
Definitive's newest StudioMonitor loudspeakers are designed to bring big sound in a small package.  It's the first new bookshelf speaker from the company in nearly a decade and Definitive has added a few new tricks to the lineup. All three models - the SM 45, 55 and 65 - offer up the company's Balanced Double Surround System bass/midrange drivers and Pure Aluminum dome tweeters to ensure crystal clear highs.  The 55 and 65 add top-mounted bass radiators for some extra low frequency response.
Friday, 22 July 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Sonos Play:3 is an Inexpensive Way to Get Into Wireless Audio
The Sonos music system is a very cool way to get whole home audio without having to deal with wires and installation.  It's also pretty convenient in terms of giving you access to all of your digital music wherever you want it.  Best of all, for those on a tighter budget anyway, it's nice and cheap to delve into. The Play:3 is the latest from Sonos and it comes in at just $299.  It boasts three drivers - two mids and a tweeter - each of which boasts a dedicated Class-D amplifiers.  It's got a passive bass radiator that fires from the back as well so you don't miss out on those lows.
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