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Linear Tube Audio MicroZOTL 2.0 Headphone Amp & Preamp Review

Linear Tube Audio, formed in 2015, is based out of Washington DC, where they hand builds tube components in their workshop. The firm is headed up by Mark Schneider, a highly experienced product design ...

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iFi Micro iUSB 3.0 & Gemini USB Cable Reviews

iFi, the U.K. based high end audio company, has fleshed out their product line over the past few years at a pace that is impressive by any measure. iFi was founded as ...

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Marantz M-CR611 Network CD Receiver Review

There has never been a time in high-end audio where customers have demanded plug and play devices that can accommodate a slew of sources like the current market. Ironically, early on, the home ...

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Tisbury Audio Mini Passive II Preamplifier Review

I reviewed and loved the U.K. sourced Tisbury Audio Mini Passive “preamp”, and actually regretted sending it back to Wes Young at Tisbury Audio. As the name indicates, the Mini ...

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SOtM iSO-CAT6 LAN Filter And tX-USBhub Review

High-end computer audio is at the point of maturity where there is an entire cottage industry in for tweaks and enhancements. This is because as time has gone by, designers have identified vulnerable ...

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Simaudio 760A Power Amplifier Review

Canadian firm Simaudio is held in the highest regard for its engineering-driven, no compromise approach to designing audio components. Their products are also considered works of art by many, with their futuristic industrial ...

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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 ...

Monday, 27 June 2011 | 
Last week, from seemingly out of the blue, the folks at Hulu received a buyout offer from Yahoo.  There's been no disclosure on just how much Yahoo was offering, but it seems to have gotten Hulu's attention.  After rejecting the offer from Yahoo, the folks at Hulu hired themselves a few investment bankers and will be going on sale within the next few weeks. While Hulu itself may not be a big money maker, the opportunities licensing deals and streaming infrastructure open up a world of possibilities to potential buyers.
Thursday, 23 June 2011 | 

Stamford, Connecticut's Philips Electronics is debuting five brand new AirPlay Speaker Systems as a part of their Fidelio series, ranging in price from $229 - $799.  The most expensive model, the SoundSphere DS9800W systems, features  two two-way speakers, each with a 5.25-inch woofer, a 1-inch tweeter and a 2x50-watt amp.  An IR-remote and iPhone/iPod charging stand is included.  The $799 DS9800W will be the first in the series to debut, coming to stores next month.  It's available with a black lacquer finish.

Thursday, 23 June 2011 | 

Budget display manufacturer, Westinghouse, jumped into the 3D pool at CE Week in New York City, with the announcement of its first 3DTV, the 47-inch W47S2TCD.  Unlike most 3D displays on the market, Westinghouse has decided to go with passive glasses display technology, rather than active.  Passive glasses 3DTVs don't offer full 1080p/per eye stereo 3D available with active technology, but both the passive (polarized) glasses and the televisions themselves tend to be more affordable.


Monday, 20 June 2011 | 

Low-profile loudspeaker prices may soon be on the rise, thanks to a 1400% cost increase (since 2008) for the rare-earth metal, neodymium.  Shin-Etsu Chemical , which mines neodymium, has announced a 40%, July 1st price increase for the rare earth magnets, which are made into smaller-than-average loudspeaker drivers for such companies as Martin Logan, Definitive Technology, Wisdom Audio, Earthquake, BG Radia, and Totem Acoustic.

Thursday, 16 June 2011 | 

The ShowStar Blu-ray Entertainment Server is the latest release from Mozaex, a company well known for their whole home entertainment systems. Unlike the company's main line of servers, the ShowStar is designed to be as simple as possible.  It's made for folks who want a plug and play solution without a lengthy or complicated setup.  It's also completely legal according to Mozaex, since it doesn't ship with unlicensed decryption software.

Wednesday, 15 June 2011 | 

The VPL-HW30ES is the latest from Sony and is designed to offer SXRD technology without a hefty price tag.  While last year's VW90ES came in at $10,000, the HW30ES will only set you back around $3,700. Sony's VPL-HW30ES boasts a contrast ratio of 70,000:1 and 13,000 Lumens brightness.  It also includes a new 3D system that Sony says will have a significant effect on the reduction of crosstalk. 

Tuesday, 14 June 2011 | 

Digital Projection International (DPI) does one thing and they do it well - they make projectors.  Specifically, they make high quality projectors for those willing to spend to get the kind of picture quality they want. The new HIGHlite Cine 330 and Cine 660 projectors start the lineup and offer many of the same features.  Both are 3-chip DLP projectors that aim for a compact and cost-effective way to get impressive video quality.  The M-Vision WUXGA LED DLP is the latest in DPI's LED product line, and offers a 1920 x 1200 resolution and over 60,000 hours of LED "lamp" life.  Like the Cine 330 and 660, the M-Vision offers a great deal of flexibility thanks to its small size and significant lens shift.

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