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HT Staff  |  Aug 22, 2002  |  0 comments
ASW 675 sports new driver and enclosure design.
Stephen A. Booth  |  Aug 21, 2002  |  0 comments
Illustrations by Sandra Shap

You're all set to record a pay-per-view movie through the digital set-top box your cable provider installed just hours ago. But when you program it to record, your DVD recorder flashes a cryptic message indicating that the show can't be copied. Must be the usual screw-up by the cable company, you reason.

Stephen A. Booth  |  Aug 21, 2002  |  0 comments
You're all set to record a pay-per-view movie through the digital set-top box your cable provider installed just hours ago. But when you program it to record, your DVD recorder flashes a cryptic message indicating that the show can't be copied. Must be the usual screw-up by the cable company, you reason. No big deal: you'll just watch it live and call service in the morning.
Daniel Kumin  |  Aug 21, 2002  |  0 comments
Digital satellite receiver with high-definition digital outputs? Check. Widescreen HDTV with progressive-scan display? Check. Digital surround receiver with 100 watts each for six channels and lots of digital audio inputs and outputs? Check. DVD player with DVD-Audio and progressive-scan outputs? Check.

Great picture, but where's the sound? Oh, yeah - better throw in some speakers, too . .

Tom Nousaine  |  Aug 21, 2002  |  0 comments
Yes, an R2D2-sized subwoofer with an 18-inch driver and a thousand-plus watts of amplification can look and sound awfully impressive - and can cause some pretty serious seismic damage to boot. But let's get real: how many of us can afford something like that?
Stephen A. Booth  |  Aug 21, 2002  |  0 comments
Illustrations by Sandra Shap

You're all set to record a pay-per-view movie through the digital set-top box your cable provider installed just hours ago. But when you program it to record, your DVD recorder flashes a cryptic message indicating that the show can't be copied. Must be the usual screw-up by the cable company, you reason.

Rad Bennett  |  Aug 21, 2002  |  0 comments
It's been almost two years since DVD-Audio was introduced and a little more than a year since Super Audio CD (SACD) went multichannel. In that time, SACD has amassed a catalog of about 150 surround sound music titles, while DVD-Audio has put out around 200.
 |  Aug 18, 2002  |  0 comments

Consumer interest in digital video recorders appears to be slowing, according to an August 13 report from <I>Screen Digest</I> magazine.

Barry Willis  |  Aug 18, 2002  |  0 comments

The cable industry isn't a happy one these days. Charter Communications, the fourth-largest cable provider in the US, is under investigation by federal prosecutors for possible accounting irregularities. Owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, Charter was on the receiving end of a grand jury subpoena delivered Thursday, August 15 by the US Attorney's office in St. Louis, MO, Charter's home city. The cable service has more than 6.8 million customers in 40 states.

 |  Aug 18, 2002  |  0 comments

Michael Fremer meets up with the <A HREF="http://www.guidetohometheater.com/showarchives.cgi?29">Kenwood Sovereign VR-5900 audio/video receiver</A> and reports whether or not a curvaceous all-in-one receiver can float his home theater boat.

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