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Bryston BIT-15 Isolation Transformer & Surge Protector Review

Bryston Ltd has always been known as a fairly conservative company, making solid, reliable, and fairly-priced high-end pro and consumer audio gear. After decades of building a wide-reaching customer base with amplifiers, preamps, ...

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Carot One Titta Earbuds Review

Carot One is an intriguing company out of Italy that makes a suite of interesting and reasonably priced products. A while back, I reviewed, and fell in love with, their Ernestolone integrated amp/...

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An Interview With Damon Coffman of Coffman Labs

Coffman Labs, located in the Pacific Northwest, has developed a loyal following, and for good reason. The products are handmade, designed and tested the old fashioned way, by ear, and they are works ...

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In Appreciation of the Harbeth Compact 7 ES-3

The Harbeth Compact 7ES-3 stand mounted loudspeakers have the distinction of being in residence in this reviewer's system for seven consecutive years. The speakers, in a distinguished cherry finish, are not only ...

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RHA MA750i In Ear Headphones Review

I’ve reviewed a number quality earbuds, all priced within reason, and designed for comfort and high quality sonics. Anyone interested in this product category will be aware you can spend practically ...

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Thiel TM3 Loudspeaker Review

I’ve been a fan of Thiel loudspeakers going on almost a decade now. I reviewed multiple products from the legendary company. Their flagship, at the time, CS3.7 floorstander was one of ...

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Reviewed: MusicScope Analysis Software by Xivero

High-resolution digital audio is clearly here to stay, and many audiophiles have started to replace their CD titles with corresponding hi-res alternatives. They cost more, and are mostly in download form, although there ...

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Fluance XL7F Loudspeakers Review

Fluance is a speaker manufacturer based in Ontario, Canada. They have been around since 1999, but, I admit, they were a new name to me when I received an email from their very diligent ...

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Luminous Audio Axiom II Passive Preamp Review

I believe in passive preamps or, maybe more accurately, passive controllers. There is nothing simpler than a device that lets listeners use a power amplifier, with the ability to connect one or multiple ...

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Denon PMA-50 Integrated Amplifier Review

Denon, the longstanding electronics firm now owned by D&M, produces products for virtually every market. They also have prided themselves on staying ahead of the curve with new technologies, designing products ...

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CLONES Audio 25iR Integrated Amplifier Review

CLONES Audio out Hong Kong, has enjoyed an amazing amount of awareness stateside generated in a very short period of time. This is due to positive reviews, and international distribution. On these pages ...

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Bryston Mini A Loudspeaker Review

Bryston Ltd, the long-standing Canadian firm, is one of the audio companies I respect most. Their products are produced from a true engineering standpoint, with real world pricing, and backed with standard-setting service ...

Wednesday, 07 September 2011 | 
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When MartinLogan announces new products, they don't mess around.  They've got two new speakers available this month and an in-wall set that's going to be coming in early 2012. The company's new floorstanding speakers are known as the Montis and they borrow heavily from the flagship ESL series.  It uses a 24-bit DSP and a 200 watt Class D amplifier that helps to deliver audio down to 29Hz.  You'll even get built-in low frequency EQ to adjust for your room.  It's available this month at $9,995 for a pair.
 
Tuesday, 06 September 2011 | 
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The folks over at Netflix have gone through a lot of changes in the last few months.  They switched up their pricing plan which infuriated some and then they lost Starz, which is disappointing many others.  Despite a few downturns, this week will certainly be a huge one for the service. Netflix is going to be launching in Latin America.  To be more precise, Netflix is launching in 43 countries including Brazil and Mexico.  Argentina too, because Netflix doesn't want any crying.

 
Friday, 02 September 2011 | 
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Some technologies propagate a bit faster than others.   We're still waiting for large scale OLED sets at a reasonable price - and we'll probably just keep on waiting - but glasses-free TV is already here.  Or it will be in December anyway. Toshiba's upcoming 55 inch set will allow you to enjoy the 3D experience without having to wear glasses, which is a feat that may really turn some heads.  After all, 3D glasses are one of the most of maligned parts of the 3D experience.
 
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 | 
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The folks at BG Radia have a new speaker on the way that follows in the tradition of the much lauded FS-520.The FS-420 utilizes a trio of planar ribbon drivers to help reveal subtleties in music and keep even the most complex sounds clear.  BG Radia says you'll get unsurpassed clarity out of the FS-420. 
 
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 | 
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We’ve been consistently impressed with Samsung’s high-end TVs.  This year’s 8000 models are especially slick, with crazy thin bezels and outstanding pictures.  That’s nice and all, but it doesn’t matter unless all of that turns into sales. Samsung has been losing sales over the last year or so, resulting in an atrocious second quarter.  The whole flat-panel market is a bit rough right now and Samsung has announced cuts in TV production, just like LG before them.
 
Tuesday, 30 August 2011 | 
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Bowers & Wilkins today introduced the Zeppelin Air App, which detects mulitple iTunes music collections on a Wi-Fi network, and allows you to build a "community playlist" to stream over AirPlay.  “There are many fantastic mobile apps that allow you to stream music, but the Zeppelin Air App is the first of its kind that enables users to share music and create collaborative playlists with friends, mobile device to mobile device,” said Paul McCarthy, of app developer Aurnhammer. “Bowers & Wilkins has essentially created a wireless, virtual jukebox.”
 
Tuesday, 30 August 2011 | 
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Bowers & Wilkins today introduced the Zeppelin Air App, which detects mulitple iTunes music collections on a Wi-Fi network, and allows you to build a "community playlist" to stream over AirPlay.  “There are many fantastic mobile apps that allow you to stream music, but the Zeppelin Air App is the first of its kind that enables users to share music and create collaborative playlists with friends, mobile device to mobile device,” said Paul McCarthy, of app developer Aurnhammer. “Bowers & Wilkins has essentially created a wireless, virtual jukebox.”
 
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