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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Feb 20, 2005 0 comments
Media servers - components designed to provide instant access to a large number of audio, and in some cases video, files stored in a central location - are hot. If you've never had a chance to use one, you might wonder what all the fuss is about. If, on the other hand, you've been fortunate enough to experience the ability to listen to any track of your music collection (or different tracks simultaneously in a multi-zone system), then you know what a joy it can be. It sounds silly, but using a system with such easy access to music can be incredibly addictive. It's even nicer to have instantaneous access to your entire DVD collection (with appropriate copyright respect, of course).
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Michael Berk Posted: May 05, 2011 0 comments

Yes, here's evidence (posted by former Magic Band guitarslinger Gary Lucas) of a 1986 recording engineered by Lucas, featuring the teenage Diesel (then going by his given name,

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Posted: Sep 19, 2005 0 comments

Federal lawmakers believe the response to hurricane Katrina was hampered by communication problems among public safety personnel and are pushing for legislation to speed up the transition to Digital TV, which will free up precious analog spectrum for emergency responders.

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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: May 15, 2006 0 comments
They claim it's a first, and let's hope it's the last - but somehow I don't think so.
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SV Staff Posted: Aug 18, 2009 0 comments
McIntosh has been making audio equipment for 60 years. It's become well-known for its amps, pre-amps, and other components. However, it's only ever made individual parts for home audio systems; it's never made a complete, listen-out-of-the-box...
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SV Staff Posted: Jul 18, 2008 0 comments
McIntosh is well-known for high-end audio amplifiers, and maybe their popularity will rub off on the HD Radio market. McIntosh just introduced the TM2 AM/FM HD Radio Tuner Module for the MA6600 integrated amplifier. While HD Radio is struggling...
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SV Staff Posted: Mar 31, 2014 0 comments
McIntosh Laboratory has announced the imminent arrival of the MHA100, the company’s first dedicated headphone amplifier, and the MXA70 integrated audio system.
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SV Staff Posted: Mar 30, 2009 0 comments
High-end audio manufacturer McIntosh is celebrating six decades in the business a system that hails back to the company's early days. The Limited Edition 60th Anniversary Classic System features McIntosh's MC75 monoblock amplifier and C22...
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SV Staff Posted: Apr 06, 2010 0 comments
McIntosh has just announced a collaboration with Reprise Records to promote the company's first Blu-ray Disc player, the MVP881 BR. Specifically, the promotion involves Neil Young's music and the opportunity to save $25 after spending $8,000 on a...
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SV Staff Posted: Aug 26, 2008 0 comments
Who says you can't protect yourself against equipment obsolescence? McIntosh Labs has an exciting offer for anyone who's been holding back on upgrading their home theater equipment. For a limited time, owners of working McIntosh gear can trade...
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SV Staff Posted: Jun 12, 2009 0 comments
 Yesterday, I went over to The Howard Stern Show at Sirius XM central HQ here in midtown Manhattan to hand-deliver copies of the June/July/August issue to Gadget Gary himself, Gary Dell'Abate. The issue features a piece that reports on...
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Keith Yates Posted: May 07, 2004 0 comments

<I>In this exclusive, on-line supplement, home theater designer Keith Yates explains in detail the measurement techniques he used for his three-part review of subwoofers that began in the June 2004 issue of </I> Stereophile Ultimate AV.

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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Apr 16, 2000 0 comments

W<I>e inadvertently left out the sidebar of the measurements TJN did of the Proceed BP3 amplifier, which was intended to accompany FM's review of the BP3 and BP2 amps in our May issue.</I>

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Barry Willis Posted: Nov 04, 2001 0 comments

<A HREF="">SonicBlue, Inc.</A> has been hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit over its new ReplayTV 4000. The device is a personal video recorder (PVR) that allows users to skip past commercials and send copies of recorded television programs over the Internet to other Replay-equipped viewers. The Silicon Valley company plans to introduce the ReplayTV 4000 early in November.

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Barry Willis Posted: Nov 21, 1999 0 comments

A new Nielsen report claims that kids are watching slightly less TV than they were 10 years ago, but another study claims that they are spending almost an entire work week, every week, with media of all kinds. That's the conclusion of <I>Kids & Media @ The New Millennium</I>, released recently by the Menlo Park, California philanthropic organization <A HREF="">The Kaiser Family Foundation</A>. TV and music are by far the biggest occupiers of kids' time, the report states, with computers and the Internet a distant second. Reading for pleasure&mdash;that done apart from schoolwork&mdash;occupies only about 45 minutes per day for 80% of the children surveyed.


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