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Peter Pachal  |  May 04, 2006  |  0 comments

At $1,700, Sony's HDR-HC3 high-def camcorder is just $100 cheaper than the previous model, but it still takes a step forward by being the first HD cam with an HDMI output - the digital video connector most common on new HDTVs.

Peter Pachal  |  May 04, 2006  |  0 comments

If you think Netflix is a convenient way to watch the movies you want, take a look at MovieBeam. After buying one of its shiny silver boxes ($228 after rebate), you can stream flicks right into your home for $2 to $5 a pop, and there are even high-def titles available.

Peter Pachal  |  May 04, 2006  |  0 comments

COOL FACTOR Without a doubt, getting rid of your iPod's headphone cable would be a huge plus. Sure, you may not get as much street cred without the dangling white wires, but think of the freedom you'll have with TEN's naviPlay, which has volume and track-skipping controls right on the earcup.

Doug Newcomb  |  May 03, 2006  |  0 comments

The 8-inch, rear deck, subwoofer - taken at the New York Auto Show

Ken Richardson  |  May 03, 2006  |  0 comments

Skin is in!... Professional-grade vinyl skin, that is, which you can use to personalize and protect all gadgets great and small.

 |  May 03, 2006  |  0 comments
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Photo gallery of the B&O Advanced Sound System in the Audi S8 at the 2006 New York Auto Show

Audi S8 sedan

 |  Apr 07, 2006  |  0 comments
Ken Richardson  |  Apr 03, 2006  |  0 comments

Oh, say, can you iSee? The first video recorder designed specifically for the iPod, ATO's iSee 360i allows you to record and store movies, TV shows, and photos directly from your DVR, TV, or PC. You can then watch the programs on the 3.6-inch LCD screen, which is 90% larger than that of the video iPod.

Ken Richardson  |  Apr 03, 2006  |  0 comments

It's the side view of a speaker with no sides - and no back either! Jamo's dipolar Reference R 909 ($15,000 a pair) has two 15-inch woofers, a 5.5-inch midrange, and a 1-inch tweeter. But it doesn't have a traditional cabinet.

Michael Antonoff  |  Apr 03, 2006  |  0 comments

Cable viewers who also want their HDTV have found their love affair with TiVo becoming strained the past few years. That's because TiVo's Series 2 recorders, unlike the DVRs leased by cable operators, have proved stubbornly incompatible with high-def channels. Hoping to make amends, TiVo has unveiled the Series 3 HD Digital Media Recorder with two CableCARD slots.

Peter Pachal  |  Apr 03, 2006  |  0 comments

Take a good look at that rack (the one above, wise guy). Notice anything missing? If you said shelves, you'd be wrong - Soundations F1 equipment racks ($949 in black, blue, or red, $999 in cherry) don't need any. Instead, adjustable "fingers" support your gear while preventing it from vibrating at resonant frequencies.

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