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Thursday, 05 September 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The year 2002 marks the Silver Anniversary of Dynaudio. In celebration of 25 years of innovation in loudspeaker design, the company set to produce a special anniversary product in the tradition of its fine hand crafted models, while incorporating the latest progressions in transducer technology: the result is the new Dynaudio Special Twenty-Five. This new model offers the aesthetics of the Contour Series, with the advanced technology woofer designs developed for the Evidence models, and the innovative Esotar2 tweeter technology spawned from the development of the new Confidence Series.
Wednesday, 04 September 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Renowned THX® sound quality goes mobile this fall with the introduction of the 2003 Lincoln LS, the first vehicle to offer a sound system certified under the recently announced THX Ultra Premium Car Audio Program.
Wednesday, 04 September 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Despite pumping over $85 million in life-support money into Napster, it looks like German media giant Bertelsmann will not be purchasing the now defunct online music swapping service. On Tuesday of this week a bankruptcy judge blocked the sale of Napster Inc. to Bertelsmann AG yesterday citing conflicting loyalties by Napster executives.
Sunday, 01 September 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The KLIMAX KONTROL ($9,895 USD) is a two-channel reference level, analog preamplifier, designed to deliver ultra-high performance sound. It is styled in a slim and elegant compact machined-from-solid clamshell case to match other Linn Klimax components.
Sunday, 01 September 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
In the face of a recent Forrester study that showed that downloadable music isn’t hurting CD sales, the RIAA has announced other studies by outside agencies showing the opposite effect. The RIAA says both online and physical music piracy continue to impact the music industry midway through 2002, with a comprehensive new survey of public practices providing the strongest evidence to date that illegal Internet downloading is displacing sales and helping explain a seven percent drop in CD shipments and a 69.9 percent increase in counterfeit/pirate optical disc seizures, according to new analysis and data released today.
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