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Sonore microRendu Ethernet to USB Streamer Review

In 2016 network file players and streamers are king. This is because just about everyone who has done comparisons has found that mass produced, consumer grade, off the shelf computers are not state of ...

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Intona High Speed USB Isolator Review

It is no secret that digital audio transmitted via USB is not perfect. USB was never intended for high performance audio, but eventually overtook S/PDIF as the most common connection method. Virtually ...

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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 ...

Friday, 28 October 2011 | 
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The first model in Sim2's Nero series is the Nero 3D-2, and it's available now.  The Nero 3D-s is a fantastic looking projector, but it's what's under the hood that really counts. The Nero 3D-2 packs Sim2 standards like the optical light engine as well as newer technologies like Pure Movie and Pure Motion for a superior picture.  If you're looking for 3D, the 3D-2 can deliver, but you'll need to pick up an emitter and glasses - sold separately.
 
Thursday, 27 October 2011 | 
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It's been a tumultuous year for Blockbuster.  They've had some really bad times and just when it seems like things are about to improve, it all gets bad again. This is yet another example.  Blockbuster announced a new in-store subscription plan that allows you to swing on in and rent a movie any time you want at a price of $14.99 a month.  You can have one DVD, Blu-ray or videogame out at a time and, if you like, you can even get one or two by mail.

 
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 | 
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The folks over at Corning made a huge mark on the industry last year with the introduction of Gorilla Glass, an ultra tough glass designed for use in smartphones, laptops and other displays including Sony's 2011 TV line. Their newest creation is made, not for toughness, but for the best picture possible. It's also capable of handing high-heat situation, which according to Corning VP Andrew Filson, "enables tighter design rules in advanced backplanes for higher resolution and faster response time."  That means better visuals all around.

 
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 | 
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Paradigm's latest subwoofers fall into the cheaper price range, but they still have a lot of technology that's trickled down from the high-end lines. Though the Monitor Series 7 subwoofers come in a few different sizes, they all share some common threads.  All three utilize an Ultra-Class D amplifier that's capable of 900 watts of peak power and 300 sustained.
 
Monday, 24 October 2011 | 
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Some people aren't too concerned with the quality of audio that comes from their headphones.  They plug right into their computer or stereo and just let it fly.  There are some who are even willing to listen to MP3s with the earbuds that come with the iPhone. For those that really care about the sound that's pumping into their ears, there's the PA-10.1D from Trends Audio.  It acts as a preamp and amplifier for your headphones, giving you an improved audio experience.
 
Thursday, 20 October 2011 | 
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It's a 24 inch 3D television and you may be asking yourself "what's to get excited about?"  It's a nice looking set of course, and includes LED edge lighting, a 240Hz refresh rate and active shutter 3D. The really cool part isn't the TV though - it's the technology baked into the TV. The PlayStation 3D display is the first set that offers SimulView.  It's a use of 3D technology that's aimed directly at gamers.  What SimulView does is allow two people to watch completely different things on the same TV.  Instead of playing split-screen which limits your vision and gives your friend an edge up in the competition if he's looking at your screen, you both get a 2D full-screen experience.
 
Wednesday, 19 October 2011 | 
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It's becoming more common for projectors, receivers and other devices to support 4K2K technology, but before you go bumping up to the next big thing, you may want to check out the next bigger thing - UHDTV. Ultra high-definition television is absolutely ridiculous.  You're getting a resolution of 7680 × 4320, which equates to over 33 million pixels on the screen at once.  If that doesn't shame your 1080p set, nothing will.
 
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