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Thursday, 30 June 2011 ,  Written by Andre Marc
Logitech Squeezebox Touch REVIEW
Logitech has long been known as a maker of spiffy computer peripherals, communication devices, and entertainment products. The company decided they wanted to expand their market beyond computer speakers, mice, keyboards, webcams, and other items into high quality audio products. A few years ago they made a clever acquisition, buying up Slim Devices, a maker of networked, streaming audio players. Their best known product, the Squeezebox, allowed users to access music stored on hard drives attached to computers anywhere in the house, listen to internet radio, and set up multi room systems via Ethernet or WiFi.  I purchased a Squeezebox three years ago on whim, as I had just moved into a new house with freshly installed Cat5 jacks in every room.  I also was a serious live music collector, having downloaded and traded almost 2 TB of live classic ...
Thursday, 10 February 2011 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
Logitech Harmony 700 Remote Review
Controlling out home theater devices can be a tricky business, especially when there are other members of the household that are befuddled or frustrated with our current lineup of remotes peeking out behind couch cushions.  Simplicity is key when keeping your significant other happy, so the Harmony series is certainly a great concept.   We have previously covered both the Harmony 1100 and 1000, touchscreen solutions before the iPad became a giant influence in the home theater space.   But we havn’t taken a look at the more traditional remote style since the Harmony 880, which we really enjoyed testing.  Logitech was nice enough to send over the Harmony 700 for testing.  The 700 doesn’t control as many devices as the Harmony One and doesn’t have the RF capabilities of the 900, but it does offer a couple expanded features over the ...
Wednesday, 15 September 2010 ,  Written by Thomas Spurlin
LG BD570 Blu-ray Player Review
LG’s home theater equipment has maintained a sturdy name for itself since high-definition has taken prominence, wedging in between the other bigwigs for a share of the market with sturdy performance and often times intriguing design choices. Their Blu-ray players are no exception, offering a stylish flare in their chassis with respectable performance – not to mention a range of affordability scaled between models.  These factors have carried over into LG’s new 5-series of Blu-ray decks, ranging from the network-free 550 model to their higher-end 590 model with a 250 GB storage drive. Here, AVRev got its hands on their BD570, yet the details that highlighted their performance are somewhat muted this time around. Unfortunately, its awkward design implementation, problematic stability, and merely sufficient performance, for both Blu-ray discs and standard-definition DVDs, hamper the fluidity of the BD570’s  wireless networking ...
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 ,  Written by Andre Marc
Lamm LL2.1 Deluxe Preamplifier Review
Lamm Industries was founded just over 17 years ago. They are currently located in Brooklyn, New York, one of my old stomping grounds. The lead designer and namesake Vladmir Lamm has a legendary, uncompromising vision. Mr. Lamm has quite a reputation as a very technical designer, but also as a music lover. Lamm offers a family of tubed and hybrid preamplifiers and amplifiers that are all well reviewed, and lusted after by audiophiles world wide lucky enough to afford them. Lamm is known for using very expensive parts, creating unique, clean circuit paths, and for dispensing with anything that could possibly interfere with the purity of the signal.As a matter of fact, calling Vladamir Lamm a purist would be entirely accurate. His preamplifiers have no remote controls, fancy faceplates, or any feature that he would deem unnecessary and possibly detrimental ...
Thursday, 12 November 2009 ,  Written by Dick Ward
LG BD390 Blu-ray Player Preview
With as much a focus on network and streaming options as on video and audio performance LG’s BD390 Blu-ray Player is loaded to the gills with extras. The BD390 from LG is one of few Blu-ray players to offer a built in WiFi connection.  LG even one ups most other WiFi enabled BD players by offering integrated 802.11n capability, rather than the 802.11g that’s more commonly found in consumer electronics.  Whether connected wirelessly or via the Ethernet port, the BD390 can access a wide variety of net based video streaming sources.  Vudu, YouTube, and Netflix are available right out of the box, though to use Roxio’s CinemaNow service, owners may need to download a firmware update. LG’s BD390 lacks any streaming audio channels, but does have the ability to stream files directly from a PC.  The standard assortment of audio formats ...
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