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Wednesday, 31 March 2010 ,  Written by Andre Marc
Naim CD5 XS CD Player Review
U.K. based Naim has had a steady following since their inception in the mid 1970's. They have been a constant on the high end audio scene and are known worldwide for their broad product line that includes amplification, CD players, loudspeakers, cables, DAC's and Music Servers. They are also known for making long-lasting products as many Naim legacy products are a decade old and still strong. Naim is also known for only discontinuing products if they feel the design can be improved upon; not for marketing purposes.Naim is famous for being quirky, for lack of a better term. For years their components were produced with only DIN connectors.  Instead of the usual phono or XLR connectors, they believed in the superiority of the DIN connector. They also prefer customers utilize an all Naim system. They finally relented a few years ...
Wednesday, 20 January 2010 ,  Written by Thomas Spurlin
NuVision NVU55FX5LS LED HDTV Review
Edge-lit LED TVs – that being a slightly-modified style of LCD panel -- are finally starting to come into a bit of a wide-berth adoption stage, slimming down and finding spots on retail counters for purchase contemplation purposes.  The technology has progressed to a degree where those panels are finally going to start coming down off of shelves and into the home, since the cost is slowly whittling to a reasonable level.  Nuvision, however, realize that there’s a direct vein into a market of flat-panel connoisseurs, which results in their high-end, highly-refined array of television sets – as with the Lucidium 55” LED panel, the NVU55FX5LS.  And, without question, the quality is excellent, with a splendid picture, aesthetic appeal, and a myriad of self-aware refinements with both inputs and external picture enhancement.  However, the sticker shock may set you aback, ...
Tuesday, 24 November 2009 ,  Written by Todd Whitesel
Neuhaus Labs T-2 Integrated Vacuum Tube Amplifier Review
Computer audio has come a long way since I purchased my first PC back in 1996. It was a Hewlett Packard model that ran on Windows 95 and had a pair of speakers that clipped onto each side of the monitor. That bulbous display and plastic speakers served as my first computer audio console, and though the sound was abysmal the prospect of having a glut of music at my fingertips was pretty cool. I watched as computer audio went from its humble beginnings to challenging home audio component space for pride of place. Many audiophiles are ditching their CD players for hard drives and CDs for audio files; others are treading into the waters slowly. Want to have your brain toasted? Visit an audio chat forum, ask what's the best way to set up a computer audio system and ...
Thursday, 08 October 2009 ,  Written by Andre Marc
Nuforce A/V Cable Roundup
Nuforce of Milpitas, CA is an established high end audio company now known for a wide variety of products. They make a music server, the MSR-1, a line of mobile audio products, preamplifiers, speakers and most well received, Class D “switching” amplifiers.  They also make a variety of cables. This includes analog interconnects, speaker cables, digital interconnects, Toslink optical cables, and last but not least, HDMI cables.The new Nuforce cable line is the subject of this review.  That includes the Speaker Cable SC-700 ($324 8 foot pair), The IC-700 Interconnect ($199) 1M pair, RCA), Precision 75-Ohm Digital Coaxial Cable (1M, RCA, BNC $99), Toslink Cable ($69 1M), and HDMI Cable ($99, 2M). I must say that it is rather brave of Nuforce to throw their hat into the ring, as the audiophile cable market is quite saturated.  Based on the ...
Wednesday, 09 September 2009 ,  Written by Andre Marc
NuForce MSR-1 Music Server Review
The raging debate du jour these days for both the music industry and audiophiles is the future of physical media. The compact disc is 25 plus years old, but is still the primary format for physical music purchases. There is also a tiny sliver of music buyers who opt for SACD, DVD-A, or Vinyl LP. The formidable and rapidly growing population of music buyers, who purchase music downloads, prefers to be free spirits in their relationships to any physical medium. The trade off is these consumers are willing to accept much lower sound quality. It should be noted that there a handful of websites that also sell high resolution, lossless music files as well, but at a premium, and usually by lesser known artists.Music servers systems are at the vanguard of the new landscape. Truth be told, the iPod and ...
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