Daniel Kumin

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Daniel Kumin Posted: Aug 24, 2008 0 comments
The Short Form
$4,094 (as tested) / INFINITYSYTEMS.COM / 516-674-4463
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Daniel Kumin Posted: Jul 08, 2008 0 comments
The Short Form
$2,400 / INTEGRAHOMETHEATER.COM / 705-742-5325
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Daniel Kumin Posted: Apr 03, 2006 0 comments
What We Think
It's not cheap, but Inteset's luxury-class Windows Media Center server does it all, and does it well.
After years of false starts, the age of convergence app
Daniel Kumin Posted: Oct 16, 2012 0 comments

When we first looked at iPhone/iPod touch remote control solutions in our September 2010 issue, the concept was novel enough that we were unabashedly gushy. There was only a bare handful of remote control apps, and the variety of angles by which they attacked, mostly success- fully, the ever-vexing problem of how to operate an A/V system without losing any marbles (and then throwing them, hard, at expensive components) was truly cool.

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Daniel Kumin Posted: Mar 24, 2014 2 comments
It’s the music, stupid. This is what I try to remember whenever I start worrying about audio.
Daniel Kumin Posted: May 04, 2007 0 comments

the listDenmark may be best known for savory hams, sexy design, and bipolar royal heirs, but it's also a land of loudspeakers.

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Daniel Kumin Posted: Feb 21, 2014 1 comments

Performance
Features
Build Quality
Value
PRICE $1,500

AT A GLANCE
Plus
Powerful, deep bass from a compact 10-inch box Elegant visual design Flexible, fully implemented two-way crossover
Minus
Expensive

THE VERDICT
A small, or at least smaller, subwoofer that goes truly low, loud, and clean—and looks sharp doing it.

What can you say about a subwoofer? It goes this low, that loud. It has these jacks, knobs, and features and is yea big and costs yon dollars. And really, that’s about it; almost all other discussion is so much verbiage.

Response “flatness” from a speaker covering barely two octaves is of little consideration unless a sub is horribly peaky (a few are), especially since room effects invariably dwarf such variations anyway.

Daniel Kumin Posted: Nov 02, 2006 0 comments

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Daniel Kumin Posted: Oct 16, 2012 0 comments

Like so many British (and, for that matter, American) ür-audio brands, KEF — originally Kent Engineering & Foundry — had its roots in the post- WWII technology boom. In KEF’s case, it grew inside a Quonset hut on the grounds of the aforementioned foundry. A half-century down the road the Kentish maker is still there (in Kent, not in the metal shed!), still focused on its core competency (loudspeakers), and still producing wholly excellent designs.

Daniel Kumin Posted: Jun 15, 2008 0 comments
Klipsch's XF-48: Strong, Slim, and Sexy XP-48 Klipsch XF-48 Klipsch began making high-performance speakers well before the advent of the transistor, so when it unveils an all-new flagship design, the world pays

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