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Denon AVR-X3100W Home Theater Receiver Review

Last month while reviewing the amazingly priced Denon AVR-S700W, I wondered how Denon could offer significant performance improvements without a significant increase in cost. Well, here comes the AVR-X3100W. The 700 was ...

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Tisbury Audio Mini Passive Review

Tisbury Audio is a relatively new artisanal audio design firm located in London, England a few blocks away from the Wimbledon village, where the famed tennis championships are played. It is rather fitting. ...

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Denon AVR-S700W& Envaya Bluetooth Speaker Reviews

D&M Holdings has been on a tear recently. The company that owns Denon has been flooding the market with products chock full of cutting edge features, and priced at amazingly reasonable ...

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CLONES Audio 25p Power Amplifier Review

Having travelled to Hong Kong several years ago, I was surprised to see a large number of high-end audio shops filled with hifi aficionados. Mainland China has been an audiophile hub for decades ...

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Audioengine A2+ Desktop Speakers Review

I have been into computer audio since the time it meant ripping your CDs into lossy files to either load them up on your mp3 player or to play them back over plastic ...

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Darwin Truth Silver Cable Review

Over the past year or so I have come to rely on a few cable manufacturers that make reference products at their price points and even beyond. Darwin Cables, who I first heard ...

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Anthony Gallo Acoustics A’Diva SE Loudspeakers & TR-3D Subwoofer Review

My first extended experience with an Anthony Gallo loudspeaker was two years ago, when I reviewed the Classico Cl-1 monitor and matching CLS-10 subwoofer. Having already heard much about Gallo products -- from ...

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Denon DA-300USB DAC Review

Denon has introduced a number of notable new products in the last year or so, including streamers, AV receivers, Blu-ray players, HiFi components, and headphones. I recently reviewed their very nice DHT-S514 Soundbar. ...

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The SVS SB-2000 Subwoofer Review

SVS is one of those companies that established themselves in this “new economy” with a direct-to-consumer, high value, business model that has grown to include a burgeoning retail footprint as more ...

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Denon DHT-S514 Soundbar Review

Television soundbars are all the rage today, and for good reason. They allow you to enjoy high fidelity sound -- without a bank of front, right, center, and rear channel speakers -- in ...

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Merrill Audio THOR Mono Block Amplifiers Review

Merrill Audio has made quite a few waves in the audiophile community. The company is relatively young, but has already garnered excellent reviews for their Veritas monoblock amplifiers. The firm is based in ...

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Plinius Hautonga Integrated Amplifier Review

Plinius is a 30-year-old high performance audio company based in New Zealand. They enjoy a stellar reputation, and fiercely loyal fan base, thanks to achievements in industrial design, build, and ergonomics. More importantly, ...

Wednesday, 14 October 2009 | 
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Standing around five feet high at the shoulder and maxing out at around twelve feet long, the Black Rhino, or Hook-lipped Rhinoceros, is a massive creature.  A full grown adult can weigh from 1,800 to 3,000 lbs, and has no natural predators.  It’s no wonder then that Pinnacle assigned the name Black Rhino to their subwoofer selection. 
 
Wednesday, 14 October 2009 | 
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They say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, but it’s hard not to be envious of some of the products Japanese consumers are getting their hands on this holiday season.  Coming this November, we’ve got another thing to covet: an absolutely gorgeous 31mm thick speaker system from JVC.
 
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 | 
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From early on in the HDTV format wars, plasma has gotten a bad rap that just won’t go away.  Early problems with burn in have resulted in wide spread misconceptions about the current state of plasma displays, and certainly resulted in a loss of sales for plasma television manufacturers.  Currently, a trend towards energy conservation in California has pegged plasma televisions as wasteful and the result may be a ban on sales of plasma televisions in the state.  The Plasma Display Coalition is looking to change that.
 
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 | 
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Small enough to fit comfortably in one hand, the Glide TV Navigator is reminiscent of a handheld laptop touch pad, but with a bit more functionality.  The touch pad itself functions familiarly, with the main pad being used to move the mouse, and the right and bottom edges for scrolling though pages.  A touch pad isn’t always the best option for navigation when it comes to things like DVD menus so GlideTV added directional buttons to the edges of the touchpad. 

 
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 | 
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Western Digital’s newest contribution to the streaming media player market – formerly known as the WD TV-2 – is now available at Best Buy without much hullabaloo.  Sure it’s not an earth shattering product, but for a relatively low price it offers functionality missing on many Blu-ray players, receivers and televisions.  For a scant $119, the WD TV Live Media Player allows the streaming of content from Youtube and Pandora, as well as the viewing of photos on Flickr.

 
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 | 
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Modularity is the theme of the day, as Taiwanese company ITRI is showing off their prototype fleXpeaker technology.  Allowing for an infinitely expandable speaker to suit any setup, this may be the perfect accessory for that 155 inch OLED from Mitsubishi. Using paper as the main material, the ITRI fleXpeaker is less than 10mm thick.  Power consumption is said to be 10% of traditional speakers, which would make battery power for portable speakers a no brainer. 
 
Monday, 12 October 2009 | 
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While it’s pretty impractical for use in anything but a commercial setting at the moment, we can’t help but marvel at the 155” of OLED screen that Mitsubishi had on display at CEATEC last week. Of course, OLEDs are still extremely expensive and manufacturing a true 155” screen would be as difficult as it would be costly. What Mitsubishi has done though, is created a large display made up of over 700 smaller 10cm by 10cm OLED panels.
 
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