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Wednesday, 02 April 2008 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Harmonic Resolution Systems MXR Series
These are the racks you want to sit in your multi-million-dollar beach house!  HRS actually tailors each rack specifically for the components you have in order to best accommodate your gear. The HRS racks are some of the finest and most beautiful racks available and nothing shows that more than their reference-level MXR series.  Finishes run the gamut and include such beauties as true burl wood and about anything else you could want. HRS can do four shelves per rack and they do double or more widths, so there is no limit on expansion for those with complicated systems. The fit and finish is world class and the technology used for vibration control topnotch. Each shelf is an independent isolation platform; HRS offers several levels of platforms. These have a large and hefty look to them while maintaining the highest ...
Thursday, 13 December 2007 ,  Written by Bryan Southard
manufacturer: How I built my dedicated listening room without getting divorced or taking out a second mortgage. category: Feature Articles reviewed by: Bryan Southard forum link: Comment on this review here... How I built my dedicated listening room without getting divorced or taking out a second mortgage. Introduction Several years back, while contemplating the quickest way to break in my new set of speakers, it dawned on me: "Why not put the speakers in the garage and run them around the clock for the required 200-300-hour break-in period?" My stereo was located in the main living room of my house, along with the TV and every other noise- making machine that we own. Because my wife likes to watch TV, I found myself getting very few relaxed, uninterrupted sessions to listen to my music, potentially postponing the breaking-in of my new speakers indefinitely.
Wednesday, 12 December 2007 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
AV Education on RHT How To Impress Your Friends With SACD Written by Jerry Del Colliano AudioRevolution.com and RevolutionHomeTheater.com readers are the ambassadors of new AV technology to the non-enthusiast world. While you sometimes have to take a little friendly verbal abuse (ball-breaking, as it is called in Jersey) for investing $20,000 in a TV or $7,900 in a new preamp, your razzing comes more from jealousy and envy than anything else. Your mission (if you choose to accept it) is to show your neighbors, friends and technically savvy acquaintances why you are so gaga about audio and video.
Monday, 01 January 2007 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
AV Education on RHT How To Impress Your Friends With SACD Written by Jerry Del Colliano AudioRevolution.com and RevolutionHomeTheater.com readers are the ambassadors of new AV technology to the non-enthusiast world. While you sometimes have to take a little friendly verbal abuse (ball-breaking, as it is called in Jersey) for investing $20,000 in a TV or $7,900 in a new preamp, your razzing comes more from jealousy and envy than anything else. Your mission (if you choose to accept it) is to show your neighbors, friends and technically savvy acquaintances why you are so gaga about audio and video. One of the latest and greatest audio technologies to come along in recent years is SACD. By now, you likely know that SACD is one of two formats competing to replace the 20-year veteran known as the compact disc. Although it began as a primarily stereo format, SACD has blossomed into a high-resolution surround format capable of ...
Monday, 01 January 2007 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
AV Education on RHT How To Make Your TiVo Skip 30 Sec. Commercials Written by Jerry Del Colliano The category of PVR or “personal video recorders” is one that is just starting to boom for the AV industry. In a recent market research study, we found that only three percent of AudioRevolution.com readers currently have PVRs, i.e., products that use the TiVo or ReplayTV service to record TV. A majority of the entrants to the study say they plan to purchase a PVR in the next year. Cable companies that are looking for ways to compete with satellite providers are now looking at offering PVRs directly in their set-top cable boxes. The cost of the PVRs then becomes a small monthly fee that tacks onto your cable bill. Before you flip out over ...
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