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Thursday, 06 April 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Allegations have recently surfaced that former Jodeci member Dalvin DeGrate pulled a "Milli Vanilli" by not providing the vocals on some of the tracks for his forthcoming "Met.A.Mor.Phic" album due out April 18. In a statement released by his record company Maverick Recording Company, Dalvin denies the rumor that his close friend Stevie J was the one singing on the the albums first signle "Why Can't We" as well as several other tracks. "I have no idea how someone could get this one so wrong," laughed DeGrate about the rumor. "Stevie played on a bunch of the album's tracks, he produced or co-produced four tracks, and he sang back-up on 'Why Can't We,' "More Than Friends," and "Scandalous," but that was it. And I made sure hewas credited and paid!"
Saturday, 01 April 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The Wilson CUB II Loudspeaker is ready to roll for U.S. and worldwide distribution. Priced at $7,500, plus $2,590 for color-matched stands, Wilson’s new CUB II loudspeakers feature a redesigned tweeter and cabinet design poured from the same resin as the $40,000 a pair MAXX loudspeakers. The CUB IIs are two inches shallower and have an overall smaller footprint than CUB Is. For no extra charge, the CUB IIs are available in shielding to protect your tube TV sets and big screens from ugly and potentially damaging video gauging. CUB IIs will compete with the Revel Studio ($9,995) and Martin Logan’s new Prodigy hybrid elctrostatic loudspeakers ($9,999).
Saturday, 01 April 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Inside sources tell AudioRevolution.com that the current hold-up on the DVD-Audio standard by Working Group 4 is due to problems involved in interfacing the DVD-RW (recordable) standard with DVD-Audio playback formats. Originally, the CSS encryption coding for copyright protection was the snag. The wait may be worth it for the consumer. DTS and other U.S. electronics and licensing firms are sending their politicians to Japan to lobby next week on behalf of the recordable standards.
Saturday, 01 April 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
SilverLine Records, part of 5.1 Entertainment Group, a new player in the 5.1 software business, is releasing 17 classical and jazz titles recorded in DTS and AC3, stored on DVD-V discs. Some of the more notable titles include Handel’s ‘Messiah’ (London Symphony), Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Nutcracker’ (London Symphony) and a number of compilation records.
Saturday, 01 April 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
With production costs underwritten by THOMSON multimedia's RCA brand, Wisconsin, Michigan State, North Carolina and Florida basketball fans in many of America's largest media markets will be able to enjoy the climactic conclusion of this year's men's college basketball tournament in HDTV.
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