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Thursday, 13 December 2007 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
title: AudioRevolution.com Microwave Popcorn Shootout 2000 category: Feature Article review date: July 2000 reviewed by: Bryan Dailey You went to AudioRevolution.com’s DVD reviews and picked out a movie that sounded interesting. Now that you’ve decided on the movie that you will be watching for the evening, its time to make another important decision, that can either make or break the evening. What microwave popcorn will you be enjoying with tonight’s flick? We here at AudioRevolution.com took it upon ourselves to spare no expense and hit all of the Beverly Hills grocery stores to purchase virtually every brand and type of microwave popcorn that we could get our buttery hands on.
Thursday, 13 December 2007 ,  Written by Richard Elen
title: An Instant Introduction to 5.1 Audio category: Feature Article review date: September 2000 reviewed by: Richard Elen An Instant Introduction to 5.1 Audio In the beginning, there was mono, which has but one channel. And mono begat stereo, which hath two channels. And stereo begat a whole set of monsters, of which 5.1 is the result. The term "5.1" refers to the number of channels in the most common of today’s surround-sound configurations. The "5" refers to the five main channels – left front, center front, right front, left surround and right surround – while the ".1" refers to the low frequency effects channel, also known as LFE. Ideally, a 5.1 signal is provided by the source material, such as a DVD-Video disc with a 5.1-channel Dolby AC-3 soundtrack, a DTS-encoded DVD or compact disc, or, increasingly, a satellite TV channel. In many cases, the source is a matrixed surround source, often a two-channel signal containing embedded surround information such as Dolby ...
Saturday, 01 December 2007 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Click here to continue to AVRev.com's "Hall Of Fame" List   Gear We Love The Most 2007 Winner! Revel Ultima2 Loudspeaker System Building the best loudspeakers in the world isn't an easy task but the editors of AVRev.com think Revel might just have done it. Priced at $22,000 per pair, the Ultima2 Salon2 loudspeakers can do it all. Dynamics, soundstaging, three dimensionality and beyond - all with a more modest footprint than the first generation Salons. Consider these just starters for why the Revel Ultima2 Salon2 speaker system is the Gear We Love the MOST in 2007. Click here to read more about the Salon2s... "Gear We Love 2007" Complete List  Anchor Bay's DVDO iScan VP50 Video Processor  Aperion Audio Intimus 633-T Loudspeakers  Bel Canto e.One S300iu Integrated Amplifier  Classé Audio CDP-202 CD Player  Definitive Technology BP7000SC Bipolar Super Tower  Loudspeakers  Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 1080 LCD Projector  JL Audio Fathom 113 Subwoofer  JVC DLA-RS1 1080p LCoS Projector  Krell Evolution System (900 ...
Saturday, 01 December 2007 ,  Written by Andrew Robinson
Atlantic Technology IWCB-52 In-wall Speakers
Introduction As of late, I’ve become increasingly interested in in-wall speakers, not only for their practicality, but also because they have become exceedingly good in providing truly reference grade sound in a sleek unobtrusive package. Nothing is sexier than having a guest walk into your listening room and be blown away at your system’s sound, only to ask, “Where are the speakers?” Because of these facts, my reference room features a complete in-wall speaker system from Meridian entirely hidden from view by a custom fabric wall as seen in the August edition of AVRev.com. However, not everyone has the budget or the means to welcome a speaker system such as the Meridian into the home. Hence my interest in the Atlantic Technology IWCB-52 in-wall speakers reviewed here. Why did I choose Atlantic Technology’s IWCB-52s for this review (and for my home) over the many other reputable and wonderful-sounding brands out there today? Simple. The IWCB-52s sound ...
Wednesday, 01 August 2007 ,  Written by Adrienne Maxwell
It might be easier to pick a top-performing fantasy football running back than it is to choose the right HDTV to watch him on every Sunday. At AVRev.com, we have made it easy for you this year with an HDTV cheat sheet that gives you the inside track on the best, brightest and most resolute HDTVs on the market for this football season. Note: prices are subject to change, based on market conditions. HP SL4278N 42-Inch MediaSmart LCD HDTV Last year, HP introduced the MediaSmart LCD TV, with a built-in digital media receiver to which you can stream music, photos, and even HD video from your computer, over a wired or wireless network. The media function was a nice perk in an otherwise good-performing HDTV. The second-gen MediaSmart TVs have just arrived, and the specs look promising. The SL4278N ups the TV ...
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