Michael Berk

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Michael Berk Posted: Dec 09, 2011 0 comments

Volume-limiting earbud outfit dBLogic introduced an interesting little product this past year: a miniature SPL meter ($49.95, dblogic.com), suitable for hanging on a keychain.

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Michael Berk Posted: May 10, 2012 0 comments

Looking to get your TV fix out of doors, but worried a bit about the elements, or perhaps the occasional errant baseball? The new TV Shield has your back. Well, really it's got you covered on all sides.

Michael Berk Posted: Jun 15, 2011 0 comments

Klipsch's Image One, the company's first on-the-ear headphone design, following in the footsteps of their successful Image line of in-ear models, are - like the Bowers & Wilkins P5 and Monster's Beats by Dr. Dre line - headphones conceived as lifestyle objects for the iPhone era, with all mod cons onboard, and styling points aplenty.

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Michael Berk Posted: Jul 16, 2012 0 comments

Home theater equipment choice and setup. It's confusing, we know (and we do our best to help). But sometimes it's helpful to have a field guide at your fingertips, and luckily for all of us Rotel's just brought out the third edition of its Ultimate Insider's Guide to High Performance Home Theater, available directly from the company as a downloadable PDF for $19.95.

Michael Berk Posted: Aug 08, 2011 0 comments

Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, and X6D Limited (the folks behind the XPAND 3D glasses system) today announced the "Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative," a move towards bringing some much needed universality to both RF- and IR-coupled active 3D technologies.

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Michael Berk Posted: Sep 05, 2012 0 comments

When we looked at Ultralink's UCubes miniature desktop speaker system last year, we were, overall, impressed with how they sounded, but felt that those who wanted serious bass from the tiny desktop system might be somewhat disappointed. There's only so much a tiny 2.0 system can do. Physics, you know.

Well, it looks like Ultralink's been listening, because today they introduced the $220 USub - what they claim is the world's smallest powered subwoofer.

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Michael Berk Posted: Apr 07, 2011 0 comments

The National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress-created by the National Recording Preservation Act of 2000 to preserve sound recordings of particular significance-yesterday announced its

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Michael Berk Posted: Sep 01, 2011 0 comments

Hopefully you've all been training your ears with Harman's nifty freeware "How to Listen" app, because the audio giant now launched a campaign that gets back to their core values - great sound, simply put - and brings on some highly visible (and highly international) spokespeople to spread the word.

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