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Saturday, 01 February 2003 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
title: How to Integrate Digital High-Resolution Multi-Channel Playback Into Your High-End Two-Channel Sound System Without Compromise category: Feature Articles review date: February 2003 reviewed by: Jerry Del Colliano How to Integrate Digital High-Resolution Multi-Channel Playback Into Your High-End Two-Channel Sound System Without Compromise With two new high-resolution formats causing all sorts of controversy, audiophiles and music enthusiasts alike are getting increasingly curious about how one or both of these formats will work into their lofty stereo systems. As many of us having tens (or in some cases hundreds) of thousands of dollars invested in stereo gear, the decision to make sweeping changes to a finely tuned high-performance stereo music playback system cannot be taken lightly.
Sunday, 01 December 2002 ,  Written by
Click the links below to see all of our "Best of 2002" winner.. Ultimate Loudspeakers (Over $10,000) CD Players - Digital High End Loudspeakers ($2,000 to $10,000) DVD Players (DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, DVD-R) Loudspeakers Under $2,000 SACD Players Subwoofers Video Power Amps Other AV Sources Multi-Channel Amps Remotes AV Preamps AC Power Two Channel Preamps EQ (digital and analog) Receivers Accessories's "Best Of 2002" List The Best High-Performance Audio/Video Equipment You Can Buy What an incredible year it has been for audio/video! Despite the prolonged U.S. recession, the A/V industry has been cranking out new and better technology at a breakneck rate. This is good news for the new additions to the Best of 2002 list and bad news for the products that have lost their listings. Many items that have been dropped from the list are excellent products that are no longer current. Others are just not up to new standards set by new competitors. It is important to note that there are a few ...
Monday, 01 April 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
title: How To Pick A Video Screen For Digital Projectors category: Feature Article review date: April 2002 reviewed by: Jerry Del Colliano How To Pick A Video Screen For Digital Projectors Some of the most exciting advances being made in the world of audio/video involve the new, smaller, lower-priced projectors, especially fixed-pixel digital devices such as DLP and D-ILA video projectors. For ultimate picture quality, the traditional CRT projectors, especially the most expensive nine-inch CRT projectors, are still the best in absolute terms. In more real-world applications, D-ILA and DLP projectors offer the ability to reproduce a far larger and far brighter picture by means of a less expensive, physically smaller projector that needs very little maintenance. With all of these advantages, there are still issues that you need to consider in order to get the biggest and best picture for your video setup.
Saturday, 01 December 2001 ,  Written by
Updates To The Best Of Format In 2001 we decided to list all of the best current products in a specific category which we are continuing for 2001. This year you’ll note we have more liberally added in accessory and auxiliary products that reviewers use in their reference systems. For example: because of space and editorial limitations we are unlikely to do a full feature review on a product like the Terk TV55 antenna but we did mention it significantly in the Sony HD100 review. In this year’s Best of, the Terk is eligible for an award.
Thursday, 01 November 2001 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Mark Cuban may be the only person you and I can think of who not only made billions of dollars in the dotcom boom but actually kept it. Upon selling to Yahoo, he bucked up for the Dallas Mavericks NBA franchise, immediately adding an enthusiasm and an air of success that Cuban is famous for in all of his ventures. Now that Cuban has the Mavericks making the playoffs, he is back to his entrepreneurial ways with a new sports-driven HDTV network on DirecTV called HDNet (channel 199). HDNet broadcasts high-quality, native HDTV programming, including live NHL and regular season baseball games, along with upcoming Olympic coverage, extreme sports and much more. With Cuban’s touch for turning new technology into gold, wants to see what he sees for HDTV. Here is what he has to say…
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