Klipsch's XF-48: Strong, Slim, and SexyXP-48KlipschXF-48Klipsch began making high-performance speakers well before the advent of the transistor, so when it unveils an all-new flagship design, the world pays
Marantz drops another solid receiver00699927260255MarantzSR7002Marantz is one of the grand old names of American audio, and though the seminal hi-fi firm founded by Saul Marantz in 1952 is long gone, the gold-a
A year or so ago, a new "universal" DVD player - one that could handle both DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD multichannel music recordings as well as conventional DVDs and CDs - priced at anything less than a thousand bucks might have been big news. Today, a growing number of universal players are finding their way onto dealers' shelves.
There once was a time when audio/video components didn't have USB or Ethernet ports. When "kilobits per second" was not a hi-fi term. When a kid who stumbled over a stack of LPs in a dumpster actually knew what they were.