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Monday, 06 January 2014 ,  Written by Andre Marc
Genesis G7c Loudspeakers
Genesis Advanced Technologies has roots that go back to 1991, when famed speaker designer Arnie Nudell founded Genesis Technologies. He developed a unique and groundbreaking circular ribbon tweeter, and launched the Genesis One model. Genesis continued to produce highly acclaimed speakers for years and in 2003, Gary Leonard Koh, the current owner and chief designer, established himself as a force to be reckoned with, producing even more technically advanced models, building on past successes. Current Genesis models have impressed me at audio shows, and I have been waiting for a time when schedules allowed for a review of one of Koh’s designs. The Genesis line is varied and includes the amazing and very expensive G1.2 flagship model, the G2.2, the G5-series, the G6-series, the more affordable G7 series, home theater products, and a number of subwoofers. Genesis also makes a ...
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 ,  Written by
 We dug through all the equipment that we covered in 2010 to bring you our top picks for gear that we got our hands on this year.  Check out the Gear We Loved in 2010!Andre Marc's PicksMcIntosh MA6600 Integrated Amplifier "While not cheap at $6000, MA6600 easily competed with much more expensive units, and even higher priced separates. A solid pre and power combination from a multitude of well know high end manufacturers will cost you as much or more, and will be have very few or any of the features of the MA6600. When McIntosh says they did not compromise on the design of their integrated amps, I believe them and the proof was in the pudding; highly recommended for those searching for a top notch integrated amp in the $5000-$7000 range."Audience ClaireAudient 2 + 2 Monitors "I found my ...
Monday, 01 November 2010 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Getting Started with Multi-Room Audio
When we talk about multi-room audio, we've got a certain image in mind.  We picture controlling the source for any room in the house from any room in the house.  We imagine touch control pads in each and full control over a tower of CD players, radios, computers and other music sources.  It's a great goal, but it's not as simple as just going out and buying one component.Multi-room audio systems are incredibly diverse, and come in configurations to meet a wide range of needs.  Even if you're hiring someone to take care of installation, you'll need to do a bit of research up front to figure out just what kind of setup is right for you.  Different homes will allow for different systems.  If you've got a new construction or you're willing to go through the trouble of wiring ...
Thursday, 03 June 2010
Google TV versus Apple TV: Who Will Dominate the Home Theater?
We are on the cusp of Apple’s WWDC conference on June 7th where they will be announcing the much talked about iPhone 4 and a new line of iPod Touches, possibly with built-in cameras.  What hasn’t leaked out is the direction that Apple will be talking their Apple TV line.  By comparison to the iPod / iPhone / iPad, Apple TV (our review) hasn’t seen the breakout and rampant success of those products.  In many ways, the Apple TV works as a complimentary component if you already invested in other Apple products.  For instance, you can treat it as a music server and select play lists via an iPhone / iPod Touch with the Remote app.  Interestingly, Apple TV has never interacted with the App store, a fact that may change on Monday.  Apple TV is also a closed system, ...
Thursday, 03 June 2010
GlideTV Navigator Media Remote Control Review
For the serious home theater enthusiast, the concept of a home theater PC is very attractive for those who want to store all of their media in one spot and utilize it to consume the rapidly growing library of web based, high definition video.  Unfortunately, interacting with a HTPC has been reliant on a wireless keyboard / mouse setup or HTPC remotes that lack in complete functionality for navigation.   Enter the Navigator from GlideTV, a small device that is a hybrid of the keyboard and mouse.The GlideTV Navigator isn’t designed as a replacement for a home theater remote in the Logitech Harmony series, but rather for a broader form of control on the PC, Mac and Playstation 3.  The company has dubbed it a “couch mouse”, probably the most accurate description of the Navigator.  It also looks nothing like a ...
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