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Friday, 14 July 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Canada’s Paradigm Electronics has just released a new line of compact speakers designed for home theater and audio called the Cinema Line. These magnetically shielded speakers can be placed next to a television, computer, or a home theatre system without causing harm to the surrounding components. These 2-driver, 2-way Paradigm Cinema speakers have 5/8 inch high-frequency drivers made with polymer/metal composite domes, high-temperature voice coils, unique one-piece dome/formers, ferrofluid cooling and oversized magnets. They also have three-and-a-half inch bass/midrange drivers that feature polypropylene cones, high temperature voice coils and focused-field magnetic assemblies. These are unique Paradigm technologies never before found in palm-sized speakers. These new palm-sized speakers can be combined with another pair of Paradigm Cinema speakers, a Paradigm Cinema CC center channel and a PDR-8 subwoofer to create the Paradigm Cinema HT system. Individual speaker prices range from $149 for ...
Friday, 14 July 2000 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Warner Bros. Records is denying it, but rumors persist around Hollywood that a Van Halen/David Lee Roth reunion is pending. To appease egos -- not that there are any egos in Van Halen -- the revived act will be called "Van Halen - Featuring David Lee Roth." Details beyond that are hazy. There is some speculation that the band may go out on tour, but Eddie's health problems will likely delay that for a while. After the obscene musical and commercial failure of Van Halen III, featuring former Extreme front man Gary Cherone, the pressure is on Warner Bros. Records and Van Halen to put out a popular and profitable record.
Thursday, 13 July 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Proton, the Cerritos, CA manufacturer of high-end video products recently announced the release of their new 27 inch MM-2701VT DTV/PC/NTSC Multimedia Monitor/Receiver. Designed to be the centerpiece for combination home theater/information systems, the MM-2701VT is a true multimedia monitor/receiver with a digital display and is compatible with all HDTV/SDTV formats. Proton’s new monitor features component and dual RGB video inputs on the back of the unit as well as S-video and audio/video inputs on the front panel for easy access. For TV viewing, the MM-2701VT features 181-channel auto-programming, a full-featured remote control and a Parent’s Channel Block and V-Chip. The Proton MM-2701 is currently available and has a retail price of $1,700.
Wednesday, 12 July 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Those of you who like your rock hard and and bagpipes loud, KORN is hitting the road this summer on a North American tour. Beginning July 18 in Fargo, North Dakota, Korn will bring Powerman 5000 and Papa Roach with them on 22 tour stops. Drummer Mike Bordin of Faith No More and Ozzy Osbourne fame will continue to fill in for KORN drummer David Silveria who injured his wrist at a concert earlier this year. Highlights from Spike & Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation will provide visual chaos on huge screens before and after KORN's performances. Spike & Mike's animated film festival has a huge cult following and is where Beavis & Butthead and South Park were first introduced to the world.
Tuesday, 11 July 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Metallica’s lead singer and rhythm guitarist James Hetfield recently injured himself in a jet skiing accident near Atlanta. Hetfield was unable to perform last Friday at the Georgia Dome, Saturday in Sparta, Kentucky and Sunday in Dallas. To keep Metallica from being completely sidelined, Kid Rock and his guitarist, Kenny Olsen, as well as Korn’s guitarist, Head, and Darren Malakian of System of a Down all took turns playing rhythm guitar in place of the injured Hetfield.
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