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Wednesday, 29 December 2010 ,  Written by AVRev.com
 We dug through all the equipment that we covered in 2010 to bring you our top picks for gear that we got our hands on this year.  Check out the Gear We Loved in 2010!Andre Marc's PicksMcIntosh MA6600 Integrated Amplifier "While not cheap at $6000, MA6600 easily competed with much more expensive units, and even higher priced separates. A solid pre and power combination from a multitude of well know high end manufacturers will cost you as much or more, and will be have very few or any of the features of the MA6600. When McIntosh says they did not compromise on the design of their integrated amps, I believe them and the proof was in the pudding; highly recommended for those searching for a top notch integrated amp in the $5000-$7000 range."Audience ClaireAudient 2 + 2 Monitors "I found my ...
Monday, 22 November 2010 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Getting gifts is great, there's no one debating that.  Giving gifts may be less rewarding financially, but there are some things you just can't put a price on.  Imagine your brother-in-law's face when he sees his first Blu-ray or the sheer joy emanating from your parents when you introduce them to 1080p for the first time.  Blu-ray players are a great gift, and we've got the best of them compiled in one simple list.Entry LevelWhen we talk about entry level, we're talking about players for those completely new to Blu-ray, or those upgrading from an early system without the benefit of online firmware updates and BD-Live.  They're not at the top of the list for the best ever, but they do top the list in their class – a few hundred dollars or less.Panasonic DMP-BDT100 The BDT100 from Panasonic is ...
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
Top 5 Most Interesting Trends at CEDIA 2010
We just got back from surviving the sweltering temperatures of Atlanta to bring you the latest news on the new gear announced at CEDIA 2010.  The show was rife with all of our favorite high-end consumer electronics companies showing off all the gear that they announced between now and CES 2010 back in January.  After 5 different press conferences and 50+ booth visits, here’s our take on the top five most intriguing trends that we saw during our three days on the show floor.The Hope That CE Consumers Are Craving 3D You couldn’t walk ten feet in the Georgia Congress Center without seeing something that had to do with 3D technology; 3D Displays, 3D Projectors, 3D Screen Material, 3D compatible audio components, 3D High-Speed cables and the list goes on.  Sharp announced $199 glasses that switch between 3D and 2D ...
Monday, 30 August 2010 ,  Written by Andre Marc
An Interview with Michael Fremer
To serious audiophiles, Michael Fremer really needs no introduction. He has long been a distinguished high performance audio reviewer for several decades and enjoys a lengthy stint as a senior contributing editor at Stereophile magazine.  His passion for Vinyl playback is unparalleled and his monthly column at Stereophile, Analog Corner, is among its most popular. But that is just scratching the surface; no pun intended. Fremer has produced a highly regarded, some would say indispensable DVD, 21st Century Vinyl: Michael Fremer's Practical Guide to Turntable Set-Up along with It's a Vinyl World After All. He also runs Musicangle.com , a fantastic site chock full of hard hitting LP and CD reviews plus industry news. Michael was gracious enough to answer some questions for our readers here at Audio Video Revolution.AVRev: Your taste in music is extremely varied and wonderful. Do ...
Wednesday, 11 August 2010 ,  Written by Dick Ward
10 Blu-ray Players Worth Picking Up Today
It was all so much easier a few years back when there were only a few different Blu-ray players to choose from.  Now the market is flooded with countless players from makers on the low and high end of things.  Even manufacturers that don't typically dabble in electronics have moved into the Blu-ray player market.  To make the whole process easier, we've compiled a list of ten Blu-ray players that are worth picking up right now.  Ultimately, of course the choice depends on your needs, so we've pulled from a range of prices and uses.Sony BDP-S570  (detailed review)Sony's excellent standalone player comes in at the sweet spot for Blu-ray pricing.  At a list price of $250 it's costly enough to pack some needed features, but not so much that regular folks balk at the cost.  It's a slick looking player ...
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