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SV Staff Posted: Apr 28, 2016 0 comments
Yamaha today unveiled an entry-level stereo receiver that puts a new spin on a classic audio theme with the inclusion of Bluetooth connectivity.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 27, 2016 0 comments
Two iconic amplifier brands from decades past are coming together under the aegis of Canadian distributor-turned-manufacturer Radial Engineering Ltd., which is staging a global launch of the brands at the High End 2016 show in Munich, Germany, May 5-8.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 26, 2016 0 comments
Marantz is kicking off its 2016 home theater line-up with an affordable, low-profile 7.2-channel network AV receiver aimed at design- and space-conscious enthusiasts who don’t want to compromise on performance.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 26, 2016 0 comments
And you thought home theater in a box was dead… Not only is HTiB not dead, Onkyo has announced plans to introduce a Dolby Atmos-equipped 5.1.2-channel home theater box system in May.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 22, 2016 0 comments
B&O Play, a division of Denmark’s Bang & Olufsen that focuses on portable products, has introduced a sleek take-anywhere Bluetooth speaker designed to fit comfortably in the palm of your hand.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 20, 2016 2 comments
Emotiva Audio has announced a line of amplifiers and stereo preamp/tuners designed to deliver “audiophile power and performance at price points that allow a far larger segment of the market to enjoy high-end audio.”
SV Staff Posted: Apr 20, 2016 0 comments
Pioneer today announced the addition of two AV receivers to its 2016 lineup: the 7.2-channel VSX-1131 ($600) and 5.2-channel VSX-831 ($450).
SV Staff Posted: Apr 19, 2016 2 comments
Vizio today introduced the SmartCast E-Series and M-Series 4K/Ultra HD (UHD) TVs, featuring app control, built-in Google Cast plus Dolby Vision high-dynamic range (HDR) capability in the case of the more upscale M-Series.

SV Staff Posted: Apr 15, 2016 0 comments
Italian speaker maker Sonus faber has announced plans to introduce an entry-level line of speakers in June with prices starting at $549/pair
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Bob Ankosko Posted: Apr 14, 2016 3 comments
I hate to open on a downer, but you need to know right up front that the magnificent TV shown here is available only in England and Germany. Did I mention it’s a Panasonic? And an OLED? Or that its U.S.-equivalent price is eleven grand? Yes, it’s true: The one-time plasma stalwart is making moves in a territory that until now has been ruled by LG. The Viera TX-65CZ950 was unveiled at the IFA electronics show in Berlin last September and shipped to select stores in Europe a month or so later. Panasonic also demonstrated the 65-inch TV at the CES 2016 in Las Vegas, giving us hope that it (or its more reasonably priced progeny) might be headed our way. There was no announcement regarding U.S. availability, however.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 14, 2016 0 comments
Pioneer today introduced a larger, more powerful subwoofer to complement its SP series of speakers.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 11, 2016 0 comments
Denon has announced that it will add two 4K/HDR-ready AV receivers to its budget S Series by the end of the month.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 07, 2016 3 comments
Klipsch is commemorating its 70th anniversary by issuing limited runs of the iconic Klipschorn and Heresy Heritage series speakers. Special attention has been paid to the details of each new speaker, as they features design enhancements, exotic wood veneer finishes, special edition logos, and unique grille cloths.
SV Staff Posted: Apr 04, 2016 0 comments
Fluance has announced that its first line of turntables is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter.
Bob Ankosko Posted: Mar 31, 2016 1 comments
Is your mouth watering yet? Mine was when I laid eyes on the 2HP-D, one of three amazing amplifiers that signal the return of Scientific Audio Electronics. Founded in 1967 by stealth designer Morris Kessler (see "15 Minutes with SAE Founder, Amp Guru Morris Kessler."), SAE has always been synonymous with world-class amplification, which in Kessler’s view boils down to three key ingredients: reliability, accuracy, and freedom from noise. As he puts it, “Voltage and current must be available to satisfy the demands of the program material, and the amplifier itself cannot intrude on the user experience.”

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