|AVRev.com's Top 100 of 2004|
|Home Theater Feature Articles Best Of & Top 100 Lists|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Wednesday, 01 December 2004|
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80. AVIA: Guide to Home Theater (home theater setup disc)
Simpler than Digital Video Essentials, the AVIA disc is an affordable way to get more from your video system.
79. Humax DRT-800 DVD Recorder with TiVo
One of the latest products by Humax, incorporating the best of both worlds - TiVo and DVD recording.
78. Harman Kardon AVR630 receiver
Pair sexy industrial design with some technological heat and you have a winner for a $1,299 receiver.
77. Digital Video Essentials home theater setup disc
More complex than AVIA's disc but also covers more in terms of HDTV. It also comes in HDTV formats like D-VHS.
76. Yamaha RXZ9 receiver
In the fast-moving world of high-power receivers, Yamaha's best has some serious staying power.
75. Paradigm SA-35/SA-15R In-Wall 5.1 speaker system
Most in-walls are nothing more than speakers cut into drywall. Paradigm's are something much more.
74. RBH Compact Theater speakers
Crafted in Utah, these tiny speakers have the power to play back big Hollywood movies and concert-like soundtracks.
73. Paradigm Studio 100 V.3 speaker system
If you ever wanted to teach a snobby audiophile a lesson about speakers, you might A-B test these Paradigms versus their speakers costing four times the price.
72. Revel B15 subwoofer
The B15 was the first subwoofer to give the average Joe a chance to actually setup his sub with the correct levels, EQ and phase, thanks to its slick set-up software. At $3,000, it is far from cheap, but it integrates seamlessly with the best speakers the AV industry has to offer.
71. Linn Kontrol stereo preamp
Just like the CD12, the Linn Kontrol takes the audio preamp to the limits of analog technology.