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Rich Warren Posted: Mar 20, 2002 0 comments
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KENWOOD/BOSTON UNITY Dimensions (WxHxD) main unit, 18 x 33/4 x 161/8 inches; subwoofer, 14 x 13 7/8 x 13 3/4 inches System weight 45 1/2 pounds Price $1,000

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Rich Warren Posted: Apr 22, 2004 0 comments
Picking the right home theater system can be a lot like picking the right horse at the track - especially if you're looking for a complete system in a single package. Manufacturers are flooding the market today with low-end home-theater-in-a-box (HTiB) systems that cheap out on the thrills and chills.
Rich Warren Posted: Feb 28, 2005 0 comments

While the satellite speakers in Mirage's Nanosat system aren't actually made with cutting-edge nanotechnology, they are extremely small by any ordinary standard - less than 6 inches high and just over 4 inches wide and deep.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 04, 2006 0 comments

Samsung Helix XM receiver/recorder and MP3 player

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Rich Warren Posted: Oct 02, 2001 0 comments

I'm burning with desire. I'm burning Perlman and Pearl Jam, Miles, Little Feat, Nine-Inch Nails, and Collins - both Judy and Phil. I'm also burning with TDK, Harman Kardon, Roxio, Sound Forge, and Nero.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 06, 2005 0 comments

This is the most hard-driving Consumer Electronics Show in history. Once limited to computers, hard-disk drives, or simply hard drives, now inhabit a wide array of audio and video components.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 06, 2006 0 comments

Talk about picture in picture - HANNspree lets you watch Looney Toons on Taz the Tazmanian devil.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 07, 2004 0 comments
As in past years, the day preceding the official opening of the 2004 International Consumer Electronics Show was devoted to dawn-to-dusk press conferences.
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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 05, 2005 0 comments

Most of the buzz about home-network entertainment applications has focused on wireless Wi-Fi connections and traditional wired Ethernet networks. But a potentially revolutionary new technology called Power Line Communications (PLC) was spotlighted at Panasonic's press conference the day before the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show opened to the public.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 06, 2006 0 comments

In a nearly deserted conference room, TDVision Systems (TDV) presented its sophisticated 3-dimensional imaging system. The company made it clear it is selling technology, not products. Already in use in some major teaching hospitals and by the Defense Department, the TDV 3D system is said to be fully compatible with standard 2D images.


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