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Tuesday, 13 August 2013 ,  Written by Andre Marc
NuForce DDA-100 Integrated Amplifier Review
In its relatively short existence, NuForce has become a household name among audiophiles. The Northern California based company has introduced many landmark products, including Class D monoblock amplifiers, desktop and portable devices, DACs, headphone amps, and a host of other interesting offerings. They have also delved into home theater, and wireless audio. NuForce is also known for continuously improving its products and offering cutting edge technology. From my experience, the products are well designed, well built, and smartly use a combination of native brain power and overseas manufacturing. NuForce has also priced many of their products within reach of any budget. On the flip side, they also make reference level gear at higher price points. I received in for review one of NuForce’s newest products, the DDA-100 integrated amplifier. “DDA” stands for direct digital amplifier. This is a cutting edge ...
Wednesday, 01 September 2010 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
New Apple TV, iPod Lineup, Social Networking for iTunes
Today, Apple held their music keynote complete with Chris Martin from Coldplay finishing out Steve Jobs announcements of their fall lineup of Apple products with a couple popular Coldplay hits.  Apple rolled out a variety of new announcements, the most exciting being a simplified version of the Apple TV, a sleeker, smaller version of the iPod Nano complete with a touchscreen like the iPhone and a new social network called Ping for iTunes users. 4 years since the last version of the Apple TV hit store shelves, Steve admitted that it really wasn’t a bit hit in their product lineup.  Their research indicated that consumers were less than impressed with the similarities to the computer, didn’t want to manage storage and didn’t want to sync content from device to device.   The second generation of the Apple TV solves these problems ...
Tuesday, 31 August 2010 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Nixeus Fusion HD 1080p Media Player Review
It's just about impossible to find a digital media player that does everything, but if you look hard enough you'll find one that does everything you need.  The Fusion HD from Nixeus won't satisfy those looking for a Boxee Box like device – it's not built around streaming.  If you're looking for something that will handle your digital media collection with ease though, you'll find it in the Fusion HD.You may be surprised at the size of the Fusion HD when you pull it out of the box.  It's eight inches long, four and a half inches deep and two inches high, making it compact but surprisingly tall for a device of its kind.  That extra inch of height is there for a good reason though.  It gives you a much needed space to add an internal hard drive, rather ...
Thursday, 05 August 2010 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
Netflix Versus Hulu Plus
Regarding consumable media such as feature length films and television shows, the paradigm is slowly shifting from using physical media into the downloadable realm.  Made popular by the DVR, more consumers want to see television shows on their own schedule,  Ironically, the need for services like Tivo is waning as more television shows and movies are being played online through services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon on Demand, etc…  Recently, the young Internet media giant Hulu announced a premium service for their website called Hulu Plus.  Hulu Plus offers expanded access to Hulu’s library of shows from ABC, FOX and NBC.  (Hulu is currently in talks with CBS for access to their library of shows)  The service is priced at $10 a month and can be access on home theater PCs, Internet enabled TVs / Blu-ray players, the Playstation 3 ...
Monday, 07 June 2010 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
Netflix Goes Mobile, iPhone 4 Hits the WWDC
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off this morning with Steve Jobs keynote.  The highlight of the conference is the impending release of the new iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 4.  Here's a breakdown of the hardware upgrades to this generation of the iPhone:The camera has been upgraded to a 5-Megapixel model with a 5x digital zoom.  It also records HD video at 720p as well (30 fps).  The iPhone 4 comes with a LED flash on the rear camera which can stay on during video recording.  Video can be edited within the new iMovie application as well ($4.99).  Apple also stressed that their "backside illuminated sensor" would improve picture quality rather then increasing Megapixels on the rear camera.The iPhone 4 also comes with a front facing camera for self-portraits or the "FaceTime" video chat tool.  Facetime is only compatible over Wi-Fi ...
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