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Tuesday, 18 January 2005 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Sherwood America has introduced three new DVD Theater systems called Hollywood at Home, which each feature a progressive scan DVD console/receiver, two satellite speakers and a powered subwoofer. All three systems use advanced DSP technology, Dolby Virtual Speaker and Dolby Headphone decoding to bring the surround sound experience to users who were either uncomfortable with the installation requirements or were otherwise unable to install a full 5.1 system.
Tuesday, 11 January 2005 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Two new home-listening headphone models from Sennheiser have been introduced - the HD 465 and HD 485 models, both over-the-ear Open-Air headphones with price tags under $100.
Thursday, 04 November 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The compact ZVOX 315 one-box surround speaker system, is now available in a silver finish to complement LCD TVs. The ZVOX is small, around 17” wide, with a modest price of around $200.
Friday, 24 September 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Dried squid and Japanese rice wine have brought success to a 20-year effort to form a speaker from a sheet of wood. Consumer electronics manufacturer JVC is currently offerering a desktop audio system that includes speakers made from sheets of birch to take advantage of the material’s desirable sonic qualities. The innovation was 20 years in the making because forming the wood sheets into a speaker cone proved daunting – they would crack or split when stamped. The solution turned out to be sake – Japanese rice wine.
Wednesday, 15 September 2004 ,  Written by Diane Sherwin
Japan's Let's Corporation, that primarily works in telecommunications, has introduced the Ka-on device, which allows music to travel through flowers, eminating from the petals. The Ka-on (that literally means flower sound in Japanese) works by using a small circular coil that sits at the base of a flower vase. Hook the coil up to a television, CD player or stereo and sound vibrations travel up the water tubes within the stems, resulting in music seemingly coming from flower petals.
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