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Tuesday, 12 June 2012 ,  Written by Andre Marc
2012 T.H.E. Show Newport Beach Report
The second annual Southern California version of T.H.E (The Home Entertainment) Show was a major success by all accounts. T.H.E. Show also takes place in Las Vegas in January during CES. Last year, many in the high-end audio world were stunned at the overwhelming response to the first event, with 6000 attendees and hundreds of exhibitors. Press coverage was extensive and many proclaimed it rivaled numerous other established shows in general enthusiasm, attendance, and exhibitor quality. This year, things were even bigger and better. In addition to the Hilton, a second hotel was added to accommodate the additional interest from exhibitors. 9000 attendees were expected this year and the final tally has yet to be published. One thing is certain; the event's quality was superb, with most of the top echelon manufacturers and distributors on ...
Monday, 15 November 2010 ,  Written by Dick Ward
The holiday season is rolling around and there's no gift more exciting than a television, whether you're on the giving end or the receiving end.  You can expect to see some absolutely crazy deals this holiday season, especially as Black Friday rolls around, but deal or not, you've got to make sure you get a great set for your money. Up to $1,000 We'll start out at the entry level with sets that sell for $1,000 or less.  You get what you pay for, of course.  Sets in the $1,000 range won't boast the same video quality and features as a set that you'd put in your main viewing room, but they're great for second viewing rooms, cottages, or even as gifts for someone you love. Top Pick: Sony 40" Internet TV If you're looking for a set that can do just about ...
Monday, 18 October 2010 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Sometimes your home theater needs more than just a great sounding set of speakers.  Sound quality is essential, but so is a bit of style, a little flair, some panache for many discerning audiophiles with a pension for great design.  There's something to be said for having a conversation starter in your home theater as well.  How better to do that than picking a set of loudspeakers to dazzle not only the ears but the eyes as well?  Here are AVRev’s Top 10 picks of floorstanding speakers that will make your guests do a double take at your audio setup:Bowers & Wilkins NautilusWe kick things off with the tried and true Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus. It's designed after the shell of the sea creature of the same name and to incredibly cool effect.  Unlike the nautilus pompilius itself, which can ...
Friday, 17 September 2010 ,  Written by Dick Ward
 Selecting a new projector can get confusing fast.  There's so much to think about – your room size, screen size, amount of ambient light and your budget – that buying new gear can stop being fun and start being a chore.   To help you out, we've compiled a list of some of the best projectors around at a variety of price ranges.  We've listed the manufacturer's price for all the projectors in the list, since the street prices can change pretty dramatically depending on the dealer or store.Optoma HD8600 (MSRP: $7,499)Optoma is known for their projectors, and the HD8600 is a great indicator of why.  This flagship projector, released in 2009, is one of the best around, especially at a price point of under $10,000.  It's bright, it's sharp and it's got great black level performance.  This single chip DLP ...
Wednesday, 18 August 2010 ,  Written by Dick Ward
10 Fantastic Subwoofers for Home Theaters
When you’re thinking about modifying the sound in your home theater, nothing can make or break the overall effect of your sound system like a subwoofer.  A weak sub can make even the most thrilling action sequence seem muted, and a sub that’s too much for the room can overpower the rest of the system with ease.But there’s nothing that ties a room together – not a giant screen, great seating or even an antique rug – like a subwoofer that just plain works for home theaters.   Here’s a list of 10 subwoofers that we think offer an exceptional quality of deep bass and can give your theater the extra oomph that will impress anyone sitting down to watch the latest blockbuster movie.  Velodyne Optimum-10  It probably won’t come as a surprise to see Velodyne on this list.  They’ve been ...
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