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Monday, 01 December 2003
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50. Stewart Film Screen
Another reviewer consensus is on Stewart Filmscreens. Whether you have a CRT or a digital projector, Stewart has a screen and fabric that optimizes your picture.

49. Mark Levinson No.32
A number of reviewers would go to the mat over this component being the best stereo preamp on the market today.

48. Lexus SC430 (car audio)
The ride is smooth and the audio is tight in any Lexus, with the Mark Levinson sound system installed as a factory option. Traffic jams have less focus on traffic and more on jam.

47. Paradigm Studio 80 (loudspeakers)
Floor-standing speakers that our reviewers recommend to our friends when they want it all without spending a lot of hard-earned cash.

46. Lexicon RT10 (DVD-Audio, SACD player)
There are an increasing number of inexpensive “universal” DVD-Audio/SACD players on the market, but if your system is more high-end, you will enjoy the performance advantages of this Lexicon.

45. B&K AVR307 (receiver)
Another receiver that sounds like high-end separates but packed in one chassis, the B&K is an awesome value.

44. Sony HD200 (HDTV receiver)
While it will soon be upgraded to an HD300 version, the HD200 is a radical improvement over the HD100 unit. If you want to pull in HDTV from DirecTV or an antenna, this is the component to do it with.

43. RBH Signature Series (loudspeakers)
Don’t confuse RBH as the “other” speaker company in Utah because they make some of the most killer speakers on the market, especially their Signature speakers. RHB owners rave about their dynamics and wives love the exotic custom wood finishes that are nothing short of spectacular.

42. Xhifi XDC-1 (desktop loudspeakers)
Most of us find ourselves spending more time listening to music at our desk than in front of our rigs at home. The XDC-1 is a sexy little setup for $995 that sounds silky smooth with a bit of bump from a nice subwoofer powered by a digital amp.

41. Definitive Technology Super Cube 1 (subwoofer)
Another small subwoofer with impressive low-end bump is the Definitive Super Cube.


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