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Tuesday, 05 June 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Olive Bundles Free iPods and iPads with Music Servers
If you want all your music in one convenient place, ready to stream across your house then you might consider an Olive music server.  They've got a few different models with varying capabilities offering  up to 2TB of storage, 24-bit/192kHz DACs and a full color touchscreen, but they're doing a little bit more to entice you now – offering free iPods and iPads.
Friday, 25 May 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Mistubishi Intros New Entry-Level DLPs
Generally, if you're considering the purchase of a 90" television, the words "entry-level" don't apply, but Mistubishi manages to link the two with some slick new sets at wallet friendly prices.  Take, for example, the latest in the 842 series – a 73" set with a 16 speaker driver array, 3D capabilities and an option for Wi-Fi all at a price of just $2,199.
Wednesday, 09 May 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Wolf Launches New 3D Projectors Staring at $75k
The folks over at Wolf Cinema don't do things on the cheap.  That's not great if you're on a tight budget, but if you're the kind of person who doesn't mind shelling out for the top of the line, it's very good news indeed.
Tuesday, 24 April 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Light Harmonic Launches the $20,000 Da Vinci DAC
The new Da Vinci DAC from Light Harmonic is for those to whom money is not an issue.  As in, not an issue in any way shape or form.  You know, the kind of people that can drop $20,000 on a DAC, which is coincidentally what the Da Vinci costs.  That $20k gets you a huge array of technologies that ensure the best possible sound.  Take, for example, its power supply with a trio of R-core transformers – one dedicated to digital circuits, one to analog, and one to conversions.
Friday, 20 April 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Regal and Sony Team to Bring Subtitle Glasses to Theaters
Going to the movies is an essential experience.  It's a standard date night, a window into different worlds and experiences, and a great way to kill a few hours.  Sadly, for folks with hearing disabilities, there just hasn't been a great way to enjoy films – until now.
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