Daniel Kumin

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Daniel Kumin Posted: Sep 20, 2011 0 comments

RSL Speaker Systems is the current manifestation of Rogersound Labs, a SoCal company that goes back a few years — 30 or so, in fact. Like many speaker makers, RSL got its start through garage tinkering, in this case by Howard Rodgers, owner of a well-known retail chain of the same name. (How the “d” got dropped from the company name is a story for another day.)

Despite a long, successful run, the original RSL, again like many other speaker companies, eventually faded away. But after regaining rights to the company name just last year, the firm was reincarnated after a long hiatus by its founder and his family.

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Daniel Kumin Posted: Apr 22, 2014 9 comments
We all remember what happens when we assume, right?
Daniel Kumin Posted: Aug 17, 2004 0 comments

Flat-panel TV is the 900-pound gorilla currently ruling the home theater roost. More and more people are deciding that, yeah, a steep price, grayish blacks, and the occasional digital video glitch really are worth it for a hang-on-the-wall TV that's big, bright, and bodacious - décor-wise.

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Daniel Kumin Posted: Jul 30, 2014 0 comments
Dirty word, three letters: ABX.
Daniel Kumin Posted: Jun 19, 2005 0 comments

What's big and black, rumbles a lot, and can go really, really deep? If you said "a submarine," you're right. If you said "a subwoofer," you're half right.

Daniel Kumin Posted: Nov 04, 2008 0 comments

Loudspeakers are a necessary evil. The best, most advanced, and costliest examples will produce 100 times the distortion and a dozen times the frequency response error of the lowliest off-brand receiver. Yet it's kind of hard to listen to music without them.

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Daniel Kumin Posted: Jun 02, 2014 8 comments
Fully powered, or “active” loudspeakers have a lot of very real advantages. But can you name three serious models on the market today?
Daniel Kumin Posted: Aug 17, 2004 0 comments

A short stack of Jacksons: four hundred dollars, more or less. Used to be a lot of money. Today, it'll buy one piece of chrome for your Hog, a box of average Cubans, or a decadent dinner for two in New York City. On the other hand, you might use a similar sum to buy an impressively powerful and flexible A/V receiver, setting the foundations for a serious home theater.

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