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Friday, 16 August 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
AudioRevolution.com readers don't need a comprehensive study to tell us why CDs aren't selling like they used to in years past. And the cause is certainly not lousy sounding MP3s as the RIAA and some in the music industry would like you to think. Almost 20 years into the lifespan of the Compact Disc, the party is nearing an end. Poor quality, stereo music with very few (if any) added values makes not a worthy $17 purchase when DVD-Video titles, for a few dollars more, come packed with a feature length movie in surround sound and loaded with added value goodies like commentaries, alternate surround sound mixes, nifty games, photos, web links and much more.
Thursday, 15 August 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
There are few who are aware of Steve-O who wouldn't call him a moron. One of the breakout stars from the MTV show Jackass, Steve-O, is known for performing some of the absolutely foulest actions ever attempted by a human including burning his own hair, vomiting all of the ingredients for an omelet and then cooking it and so much more. But what has Steve-O facing as many as 8 years in prison is his signature stunt, where he staples his scrotum completely to the side of his legs.
Wednesday, 14 August 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Last week, a significant group of AV manufacturers and record labels put together a well-produced course on the possibilities and advantages of the DVD-Audio format with great success. Each and every DVD-Audio-capable component on the market, over 70 at this point, were on display, ranging from $250 cheapie players to Meridian’s mighty 800 priced at $20,000.
Tuesday, 13 August 2002 ,  Written by Scott Selter
DTS Tops 100,000,000 Licensed Products It wasn’t that long ago when a high end AV preamp that had DTS decoding was state of the art. Now DTS is one of the most popular decoding formats formusic, movies, video games and more found on even the most modest $300 receivers.
Thursday, 08 August 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
B&W has released two new subwoofers to round out their popular CM and 600 series speaker lines. The ASW-675 is the least expensive of the new subs and replaces the ASW-2500. It is one inch larger than its predecessor and uses an improved driver for even lower lows. The ASW-675 is priced at $1,100. The ASW-CM, priced at $1,300, matches the more swanky looks of the CM series speakers. This new sub uses an all new 10 inch Kevlar-pulp composite driver. The result is reportedly more stiffness in the driver along with a longer throw distance. Both new subs use a highly powerful class D power amplifier to elicit extreme volumes when needed.
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