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Steven Stone Posted: Sep 16, 2006 0 comments

Limelight audio premiered their line of furniture with built-in speakers. With full 360 degree dispersion due to an upward firing midrange/tweeter and downward firing woofer, these granite veneered cabinets have their own patent pending and a three-way light switch. They actually make sound and can produce filament shaking bass.

Steven Stone Posted: Sep 16, 2006 0 comments

Gibson introduced a whole new line of accessories bearing the Gibson logo, including USB cards, blank CDR disks, cables, CDR burner, and portable hard drives. No prices, or availability date, or any other information was available at the show. Obviously Gibson thinks that we all need to have the Gibson brand on stuff we can already get from over a dozen sources already. Rock on, Dudes.

Steven Stone Posted: Sep 16, 2006 1 comments

Without fail, every CEDIA show Sharp tempts me with a 1-bit audio system. This year's installment has the catchy designation of BD/MPC10. With a Blue Ray player, 1-bit digital amplifier, speakers that look like high-tech ashtrays, and built-in Odyssey room correction system it looked and sounded very moderne. Price, delivery date, and final specifications are all TBA, naturally

Steven Stone Posted: Sep 14, 2006 0 comments

The new slogan for DVD HD is "The look and sound of perfect." Where have we heard this before?

Steven Stone Posted: Sep 13, 2006 Published: Sep 14, 2006 0 comments

The equipment rack in the CEDIA Home of Electronic Lifestyles, jointly sponsored by HP and Lifeware provided the heart of a connected home on display across from the convention center. Perhaps putting the rack holding the utility gear for the bathroom would not always be the best choice.

Steven Stone Posted: Sep 14, 2006 0 comments

Dynaudio made an impression with their Confidence C-4 in a new piano black finish, for only $18,000 a pair MSRP. Liberace would be proud.

Steven Stone Posted: Sep 14, 2006 1 comments

JL Audio exhibited an exploded view of the JL F-113 Subwoofer. If you have a spare spot in your living room they will gladly make one for you - beats a Damien Hirst Shark.

Steven Stone Posted: Sep 14, 2006 0 comments

The show floor can be a messon the days before the event. You wonder how they'll ever get it ready in time, but somehow they always do!

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