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Friday, 22 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Denon AH-A100 Headphones Preview
Celebrating 100 years in the audio-visual field, next month Denon will debut the premium AH-A100 headphones.  Featuring an impressive 5-year warranty, these headphones feature handcrafted mahogany earcup housings, a high-end driver unit, class-largest diaphragms (50mm / 1.97") with Acoustic Optimizer, and neodymium magnets.Denon’s anniversary logo badge is printed on the AH-A100's housing, and comes a signed certificate of authenticity from the chief production designer who hand crafted the product, and a Denon “brand book” that explores the company's first century.The Denon AH-A100 can be purchased in stores and online for $499.99 starting in November, 2010.
Monday, 10 May 2010 ,  Written by Andre Marc
Dealer Spotlight: Sonic Culture, San Diego CA
Sonic Culture is high performance audio component dealer located in central San Diego.  They have been serving local music lovers and audiophiles for over 11 years now with personalized service, comfortable listening rooms, and a varied, carefully chosen line of products. These include Harbeth, Tannoy, Pathos, J.A. Michell Analogue, Manley Labs, Abbington Music Research (AMR), Art Audio, Peachtree Audio, Resolution Audio, Micromega, and many more distinguished brands.  I spoke with John Barker, the laid back proprietor of Sonic Culture to ask about his business philosophy, background, and what kind of services he provides to his clientele. We also spoke about current trends in the industry.AVRev:Can you tell me how you got into the business as a high performance audio component dealer and a bit about your own background?John Barker:Music has always been an important part of my life and interest.  ...
Wednesday, 17 February 2010 ,  Written by Thomas Spurlin
Denon DBP-4010UDCI Blu-ray Player Review
The realm of the reference Blu-ray player can be a fickle one nowadays, where a home theater enthusiast is asked to take an even larger leap of faith above the rest of the pack for incremental improvements.  However, it’s these nudges upwards in quality that create an even more satisfying experience, which is the climate where Denon’s Reference DBP-4010UDCI Universal Blu-ray player makes its entrance.  For a $2,000 list price, you’re going to get a rather impressive-performing audiovisual Blu-ray device; however, the price tags also comes with a few hindrances that’ll squelch a good bit of HD-ready eagerness, namely some time-lagged quirks under the hood and some aesthetic grievances that shouldn’t be experienced with such a esteemed piece of equipment.  Still, the precision once up and roaring is exceptional, boasting the advanced-performing quality with Anchor Bay Technology’s VRS video processor ...
Wednesday, 02 December 2009 ,  Written by Todd Whitesel
Davone RITHM Loudspeakers Review
As a kid I my family took a trip from my home in Beavercreek, Ohio, to Boulder, Colorado, for a visit with my mom's relatives. On the way we stopped in St. Louis, Missouri, for a day to take in a Cardinals baseball game and journey to the top of the St. Louis Arch. I was a huge baseball fan and any chance to catch a game outside my “home” Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati seemed as cosmopolitan an experience as a 10-year-old could imagine. Couple that with a story I had read about a guy who tried to catch a baseball dropped from the top of the arch, only to end up with a broken jaw, heightened the anticipation. It was a surreal ride, though, clumbering up the arch's 630 feet of curvature via an enclosed tram. The little cars ...
Thursday, 15 January 2009 ,  Written by Julianne Stilson
Denon DHT-FS3 Sound Bar
The Basics:The Denon DHT-FS3 Soundbar is a slim surround sound system designed to trim down pesky wires and provide a user-friendly experience.  The sound bar is most successfully place directly underneath the television screen for the most effective audio distribution.  The rear panel of the sound bar offers connections for coaxial, optical, A/V and iPod connections.  The DHT-FS3 sound bar contains six speakers that implement Denon’s “X-Space Surround” technology to create a simulated surround sound experience.  The surround algorithms are essentially sound waves directed to specific sections of the room.  TV viewers will get the best performance in the center of the room, but the sound waves do cover a wide range through the empty space.  The 15” by 14.2” subwoofer is surprisingly slim at 4 inches thick.  Due to the smaller size, the output wattage is 40 watts with ...
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