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Bryston BDP-2 Server and BDA-3 DAC Review

There has never been a better time to be a fan of high end digital audio. Audiophiles and non audiophiles alike can spend as little as a few hundred dollars for high quality ...

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Wireworld Signal and Power Cable Review

I had the good fortune to review Wireworld digital cables last month. I say “good fortune” because their AES/EBU and USB cables improved the performance of both my systems in ...

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CLONES Audio Asher DAC Review

CLONES Audio, based in Hong Kong, has been one of my favorite small, artisanal hifi purveyors for a few years now. I was turned on to CLONES Audio by some very knowing ears. ...

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Wireworld Digital Cables Review

Wireworld has been making audiophile grade cables for decades now, and the company’s products have been on my “to investigate” list for several years. This is for a number ...

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Marantz HD-AMP1 Integrated Amplifier & DSD DAC Review

Marantz has been on a serious winning streak with their recent line of SACD players/DAC combos, streamers, receivers, home theater line, and stand alone DAC models. Especially the HD-DAC1 DSD DAC headphone ...

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Audioengine HD6 Powered Speakers Review

Audioengine has left very tangible imprint on the high end and computer audio markets. Their products allow ordinary people, who aspire to better sound, to connect a source directly to a loudspeaker with ...

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JL Audio Dominion d108 Subwoofer Review

JL Audio, based in Miramar, FL, is without question one of the handful of top tier subwoofer manufacturers in the world. Some of the best-sounding and lavish systems I've heard had JL ...

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SVS SoundPath RCA and Ultra Speaker Cables Review

SVS is known for making excellent high-end stereo and home theater speakers that are priced so attractively, most folks do a double take to make sure they got the price right. Their subwoofers ...

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Rogue RP-5 Preamplifier Review

Rogue Audio, based in Pennsylvania, deserves iconic status alongside other legendary American makers of tubed home audio products. They've made steady progress in product design, understand customer relations, dispense completely with any ...

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Rotel RB-1590 Power Amplifier Review

I’ve been familiar with the legendary Rotel brand since childhood. My father would often take me along when he would frequent hifi shops and I remember their components on display alongside ...

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ZenWave Cables and SurgeX ZenWave Edition Review

Cable manufacturer ZenWave Audio, out of Lafayette, CO, is headed up by Dave Cahoon, a passionate audiophile who has been on a mission to build the highest quality products, at the fairest price, ...

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REDGUM BLACK RGi35ENR Integrated Amplifier Review

REDGUM Audio has been producing beautiful looking and high value audiophile amplifiers in the state of Victoria, Australia for the past twenty-one years. REDGUM has never produced cookie cutter products. Their designs, as ...

Tuesday, 15 November 2011 | 
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Portable audio is a difficult proposition for audiophiles.  The convenience is great, sure, but the sound quality leaves much to be desired.  HiFiMan aims to give it a boost with the new HM-101 DAC.  The HM-101 is quite small and boasts both a USB input for use with computers and a standard mini in for other devices.  "A friend asked me to develop a DAC that everyone could afford yet would substantially improve the sound of any conventional audio product," says HiFiMAN president Fang Bian.  The result is the HM-101 which he describes as "an affordable product for the masses yet with really good sound." Affordable is right - the HM-101 comes in at just $39.
 
Monday, 14 November 2011 | 
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The brand new E-Series Music Receiver from T+A aims to do a little bit of everything and to do it all well.  It's packed with plenty of options for sources and a good amount of inputs on the back.If you're playing a CD or streaming music from a PC or music server - you can stream both wired and wirelessly - your sound will go through a 32-bit dual-mono DAC.  Other sources will still get 24-bit 192kHz processing.
 
Friday, 11 November 2011 | 
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With the rise of internet video, streaming services and a glut of new technology, there's no question that TV is in for a big change.  In ten or twenty years, televisions may be completely different than what it is today, and Sony wants to be leading that charge. CEO Howard Stringer says that Sony is at the forefront of the next generation of television and is hoping to beat Apple to the punch.  Part of that is the four-screens concept, which will bring together smartphones, tablets, television sets and PCs onto one content platform.
 
Thursday, 10 November 2011 | 
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The whole DVR thing is pretty great but it doesn't exactly do the trick if you're using multiple TVs on a regular basis.  You've got to set up all of your recordings on any TV that you think you might want to watch a show on - pretty inconvenient.  The new TiVo Premiere Q solves that issue.  Simply put the Premiere Q in your main viewing room and then put a TiVo Preview in any room you want to watch TV in.  The Preview doesn't have a built in hard drive, but can access anything that's on the Premiere, including your recorded shows and on-demand programming.
 
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 | 
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Having an outdoor speaker system is incredibly cool, but it's not always the most convenient thing to hook up new sources to on the fly.  The newest speaker from Russound is different.  Russound says that the AirGo Outdoor Sound Station is the first ever to include AirPort compatibility. Simply pick up an AirPort Express, plug it in to the weather-proof chamber of the AirGo and you're ready to rock.  You'll be able to hook up to your iPod, iPhone or iPad using AirPlay.
 
Monday, 07 November 2011 | 
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DuPont isn't a name that you'll see often on home theater sites - if at all - but the chemical company has made its way into the news today.  The company is behind the technology that makes AMOLED televisions possible and they've just announced a licensee for their tech. A few companies already use AMOLED displays for smaller devices, but DuPont's statement specifically states that we'll be seeing televisions. Per the company's press release, "The agreement will enable process technology developed by DuPont to be used in the company's production of large AMOLED television displays."
 
Friday, 04 November 2011 | 
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In May, Samsung and RealD announced that they'd be partnering up to create something new - a hybrid 3D TV that can use both passive and active glasses, eliminating compatibility issues once and for all. Today RealD revealed that Samsung has decided to pull out of the project.  Apparently Samsung didn't like the new licensing deal that RealD laid out and that ending things for the partnership. Unfortunately that means that at best we'll have a pretty significant delay before we see these new panels. RealD isn't giving up on the idea...
 
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