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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Sep 05, 2008 0 comments
The Dynaudio Sapphire is a one-thousand-unit limited edition that made its debut at CES 2008 and is shipping now. It costs $16,500/pair but, hey, just listening to it couldn't do you any harm, right?
Mark Fleischmann Posted: Sep 05, 2008 0 comments
I haven't heard the KEF Reference 201/2 but Wes Phillips of Stereophile has. I leave you in his capable hands.
Mark Fleischmann Posted: Sep 05, 2008 0 comments
ONLY .00001 PERCENT OF THE U.S. POPULATION WILL OWN ONE, says Yamaha of its top-line RX-Z11 receiver. What Yamaha does not mention is that the other 99 point something percent are getting ready to slit their throats and steal the receiver.
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SV Staff Posted: Sep 05, 2008 0 comments
UPS. And I don't mean the guys in the brown trucks. I'm talking Uninterruptible Power Supply. When your AC goes black or brown, shutting down or sagging, it's just not a good thing. Electronic equipment hates it when that happens. To the rescue,...
Mark Fleischmann Posted: Sep 05, 2008 1 comments
Pro-Ject's Design Box Series includes an iPod dock, USB phono preamp, stereo amp, mono amp, tube amp, etc. And if you buy four of them, you can keep them in this attractive box, which also comes in red and other colors. And if you flip the box over, you'll find a cutout that accommodates the iPod dock, were that one of your choices.
Mark Fleischmann Posted: Sep 05, 2008 4 comments
Sonus Faber calls this leather-clad mini-monitor the Toy. It includes a ring radiator tweeter and 5.25-inch paper cone woofer for $1495.
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SV Staff Posted: Sep 05, 2008 0 comments
Has this happened to you? You proudly demo your sound system to your friends, and they yawn? I mean, sound from speakers - how boring. Well, with speakers from Madison Fielding and StereoStone, you can impress those friends, and turn yawns into...
Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Sep 05, 2008 1 comments
Boston Acoustics rock-like speakers aren’t new, but I did learn something new about them. The tweeters in the speakers are angled upward about 45 degrees. If you use these speakers around your patio or pool where people will be standing or sitting near by, the angled tweeters will help your guests hear the high frequencies in the music. And then you might even get a write up in the society page of your local newspaper detailing what swell entertainment you have in your backyard.
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SV Staff Posted: Sep 05, 2008 0 comments
Sure, you want a subwoofer. But, of course, the best acoustical location for it is waaay across the room from your receiver. So, you'll have to run a long wire under the carpet.  Bummer. Or, you could buy a wireless subwoofer. For example,...

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