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Monday, 01 December 2003
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70. Sunfire True Subwoofer Jr. (subwoofer)
Bob’s baby woofer is far more affordable than his signature woofer, but it still rocks unbelievably hard for its size and price.


69. Yamaha RXV1 (AV receiver)
This receiver has the power to hang with separates and the flexibility to handle all of the latest AV formats for a fair price.


68. Madrigal Imaging MPD-1 D-ILA (digital projector)
While Madrigal Imaging might have been a failed marketing experiment for Harman, this projector is anything but a failure. Madrigal Imaging now has a new owner and this projector represents an even better value.


67. Meridian 568.2 (AV preamp)
The new G series Meridian gear is on its way, but the 562.2, with a direct digital connection for DVD-Audio, might be the best-sounding real-world high-end audio combo you can buy.


66. Linn Klimax Twin (amp)
With its diminutive physical size yet big sound, this $9,000 amp powered Bryan Southard’s Revel Salons like a champ.


65. Conrad Johnson Premier 17LS (preamp)
Far less expensive than the Linn or Levinson, the CJ 17LS caught our attention for its notably more tubular and American sound at a fair price.


64. Linn Kontrol (preamp)
Just like the CD12, the Linn Kontrol takes the audio preamp to the limits of analog technology.



63. Kenwood Sovereign VR5700 (receiver)
For those who want it all from their home theater controller without all of the cost.



62. Sunfire Cinema Grand Signature (amplifiers)
Powered by Bob Carver’s tracking downconverter amp technology, this amp packs 400 watts times five for a price that makes the ultra-high end guys jealous. Some AR reviewers use this amp along with a high-end stereo amp in $100k-plus systems because its smooth sound and reserve of power can easily keep up.


61. DynAudio Audience 52 (loudspeaker)
Everyone needs small speakers somewhere in their lives and these are as good as you will hear for a home theater.



 

 
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