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Saturday, 01 April 2000 ,  Written by Tony Kaklamanos
Dynaudio Audience 40 Bookshelf Speakers
Introduction Dynaudio, normally known for high-end hand crafted loudspeakers, has moved into the neighborhood where more of us live. The Audience 40s are a bookshelf size system priced at a fairly comfortable $699.00. For more than 20 years Dynaudio has been manufacturing some of the highest quality loudspeakers in the world. Each and every loudspeaker is custom built with Danish craftsmanship and care. All units must pass 86 quality control tests, including a final examination by computer supported measurements, which are stored along with the speaker's serial number. Dynaudio has always been synonymous with high performance and quality, the Audience 40 is no exception. The physical dimensions of each enclosure is: 170 x 282 x246mm (W x H x L). The interior includes a 15cm polypropylene woofer which employs the patented Dynacoil 75mm pure aluminum wire voice coil. The Dynacoil technique produces a stable voice coil that is resistant to warping and other problems associated with voice ...
Sunday, 01 August 1999 ,  Written by Kim Wilson
Introduction For years there's been talk about Digital Television (DTV), though it's only been in the last year that manufactures have delivered products to their dealers and networks have started minimal broadcasting of HDTV content. Leading the way, CBS has aired three football games, an episode of Chicago Hope and just recently an episode of 48 Hours. The Los Angeles affiliate, KCBS, provides reruns of existing HDTV programming and high-quality sights of the city on a separate digital channel. On April 26th, NBC made TV history when "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" became the first show to broadcast nightly in HD. DTV encompasses both the High Definition (HDTV) and standard definition (SDTV) formats. HDTV formats are displayed in the 16:9 aspect ratio with a potential vertical resolution of 1080p (progressive), though 1080i (interlaced) is the maximum scan rate for current TV ...
Tuesday, 01 July 1997 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
dCS Elgar D/A Processor
Introduction The dCS Elgar digital-to-analog converter is a ground breaking, precedent setting, digital processor. The future of digital is, to say it politely, uncertain. Everyone knows standard 16 bit - 44.1 MHz sampling rate CDs are not the best digital performance we can currently achieve. The question is what will the next format be? Will it be 24 bit - 96 KHz, 24 bit - 192 KHz, Sony and Phillips' DSD, or something else. We're pretty sure the audio delivery method will be a DVD, but as for the format, there is quite a bit of speculation. Investing in a digital processor (DAC) for your audio system can be as risky investing in CCC rated bonds. The potential sonic returns can be amazing and worthy of the investment, but if technology changes you'll be lucky to get 20 cents on the dollar. Sensing this and seeing that most other high end DACs become ...
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