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Wednesday, 06 October 2010 ,  Written by Andre Marc
Audience ClairAudient 2 + 2 Loudspeakers Review
Audience LLC was formed in 1997 and is located in San Marcos, CA. In their relatively short life span, they have become one of the elite designers and manufacturers of state of the art signal and power cables. They also produce highly regarded power conditioners, high resolution capacitors, and the Auric Illuminator, an optical disc enhancement kit.  My only experience with Audience products is the Auric Illuminator, which I found to work wonders on compact discs and DVD's to improve resolution and help with problematic discs.Audience has also recently entered the loudspeaker market. Far from being satisfied with a conventional product, they have decided to take a different path. This approach was formed over a long period of time, with much trial and error, proprietary technology, and determination. Add to that a unique vision. Audience has gotten a lot of ...
Thursday, 09 September 2010 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
Apple iPod Touch Review (2010)
The iPod Touch has been the staple of Apple’s iPod lineup for the past few years, specifically for those looking for all the functionality of the iPhone, just without the hefty AT&T contract.  Apple recently announced their new lineup of iPods, releasing revamped versions of the Shuffle, a much smaller iPod Nano and a version of the Touch that holds many similarities to the iPhone 4.  Much of the focus on upgrading this year’s version of the Touch came on the internal hardware side, which also allowed for new features to pop up on the Touch (heavily supported by new apps).  Features:There’s a ton of new functionality in the iPod Touch, mostly due to the inclusion of the hardware from the iPhone 4.  You are going to find the speedy A4 CPU powering the Touch as well as 512MB of ...
Thursday, 09 September 2010 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
Apple iPod Nano Review (2010)
Since 2005, the iPod Nano has been the mid range portable audio player for Apple.  It’s always been targeted at consumers looking for more control and versatility over the Shuffle, but with increased portability over the iPod Touch.  Over the last five years, its classic design has included a full color screen and a click wheel to navigate through songs.  Apple went in a completely different direction with the release of the new Nano; ditching the click wheel and opting for a small touchscreen instead. It looks radically different than previous models, closer to a Shuffle in size.  This is a player that could easily get lost if you aren’t keeping up with it.  It’s also more appropriate for people into fitness or simply want to attach it to their clothing for their daily commute.   The player is about .35” ...
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 ...
Monday, 30 November 2009 ,  Written by Todd Whitesel
Audioengine A5 Powered Bookshelf Speakers Review
When I first began reviewing audio equipment I took the approach that performance came first, price came second. It didn't matter if a piece of gear cost $50 or $5,000, if its performance and build justified the MSRP and could enhance my audio experience then it's value and worth was real. After all, how much pleasure do you get forking out for auto insurance – a necessity, sure – but over the course of my 27 years of driving, I estimate paying more than $12K to keep my Toyotas insured and myself liability-free. I could have used that money for serious investigation into high-end gear or spread out among the many bargain-priced but high-performing pieces that seem to find me. A few months ago, I had the opportunity to review Audioengine's P4s – passive bookshelf speakers that impressed me with ...
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