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Friday, 01 July 2005 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
Integra DTR-10.5 Receiver
Introduction I have always pushed my receivers and AV preamps to the limit in terms of inputs. Having almost every modern videogame system imaginable, an HD PVR, a DVD player, a few VCRs, an Onkyo Nettunes receiver, a DAT player, a High-8 video camera and a Sirius Satellite receiver, among others, as source components, I have yet to find a receiver or AV preamp that fully accepts every single input I throw at it without compromising somewhere. That is, until I discovered Integra’s top-of-the-line DTR-10.5 receiver which starts at $3,800. The connection possibilities are almost endless and the amount of sound formats and technologies on the DTR-10.5 are unbelievable. From the high-quality 192 kHz/24-bit DACs to almost every DTS and Dolby Digital format known to man and with Integra’s Nettunes Internet radio music server playback capabilities built in, I believe this 7.1-capable receiver with THX®Surround EX™ and THX®Certified Ultra2 can be the core of a $10,000 ...
Friday, 01 April 2005 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
AV Education on RHT Installing LCD TVs Everywhere Written by Bryan Dailey Why is it that the best ideas always come in the bathroom? From the first moment I laid my eyes on a small wall-mounted LCD TV on the wall above the urinals at a high-end golf course in Las Vegas several years ago, I knew that someday my dream home was destined to have TVs like this in the bathrooms, too. When I first dreamed up this idea, even the smallest of LCD TVs were well over $1,000 and the picture quality was marginal at best. As prices have fallen and the quality of the picture of most LCD panel TVs has gone up, the idea of having several rooms with wall-mounted TVs began to creep into my mind as well. Having moved into a new town home a few months back, I decided I would have things pre-wired for my harebrained ...
Friday, 01 April 2005 ,  Written by Brian Kahn
InFocus ScreenPlay 7205 DLP Video Projector
Introduction I have been looking at getting a new, mid-priced video projector. My trusty old CRT, after years of service in my theater, is requiring too much maintenance from the technician. The InFocus ScreenPlay 7205 was first recommended to me by a good friend of mine who designs and installs ultra-high-end home theater systems as a worthy contender in the under $10,000 field of projectors. At the time of the recommendation, the 7205 was retailing for $8,999; the current retail price is now down to $4,999. The InFocus ScreenPlay 7205 is a DLP-based projector. If you are not familiar with DLP technology I highly recommend that you take a look at the www. website for an excellent walkthrough of the technology. The 7205 features Texas Instruments’ HD2+ Mustang chip. Like all digital displays, this projector has a fixed resolution. The DLP chip features a resolution of 1280 x 720 and improves upon the prior HD2 ...
Sunday, 01 August 2004 ,  Written by Matt Evert
Infinity TSS-750 Series
Introduction Chances are that you already are familiar with the Infinity brand of loudspeakers. If you opted for the premium sound system in your new car or went shopping at Circuit City recently, you probably saw something bearing the long-standing and well-respected name of Infinity. What younger readers may not know is that this familiar brand has been around since 1968 and is owned by Harman International Industries. Harman is to home electronics as Ford Motor Co. is to automobiles. Harman makes anything from moderately-priced JBL speakers to $20,000 per pair Revel Salons. In years gone by, Infinity was considered as one of the top audiophile grade speakers money could buy. Now their market position is a little different, having more focus on getting Harman’s vast technological resources to clients at more affordable prices. The TSS-750 Home Cinema Series speakers do just that as a complete 5.1 home theater speaker system priced at $749. The TSS-750 ...
Sunday, 01 February 2004 ,  Written by Matthew Evert
Integra DTR-6.4 Receiver
Introduction Integra is the premium audio/video line from Onkyo Electronics, much the same as Lexus is to Toyota Motors. For a little more money, you get more muscle under the hood, as well as more technological goodies. Offering an impressive number of bells and whistles at an affordable $1,000 price point, this receiver is noteworthy even in a world of multi-thousand-dollar AV preamps and do-it-all AV receivers. The Integra DTR-6.4 is a six-channel THX-certified A/V receiver, sporting more tricks than an Inspector Gadget movie. The DTR-6.4 has a black steel chassis and brushed aluminum faceplate with bright silver accented power and volume controls. The industrial design gives the unit a very stealthy appearance for the power and features that lies beneath. The DTR-6.4 stands six-and-seven-eighths inches tall, 17-1/8 inches wide, and 16-15/16 inches deep. The famous WRAT power supply provides the bulk of the weight to its 28-pound stature. The front panel is well laid out, ...
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