Rob Sabin

Rob Sabin  |  Sep 09, 2017  |  0 comments
The Norwegian high-end audio manufacturer Electrocompaniet was at CEDIA this year with something a little different: the North American launch of the company's EC Living wireless multiroom music system.

Rob Sabin  |  Sep 09, 2017  |  0 comments
UK-based Meridian, known for its high-end, DSP-driven self-powered loudspeakers, has created a component interface that, for the first time, allows any surround processor or preamp to drive its digital speaker line.

Rob Sabin  |  Sep 09, 2017  |  0 comments
Seymour Screen Excellence, already known for its high-quality acoustically transparent screens, used CEDIA to show off its newest generation Neo screen material.

Rob Sabin  |  Sep 09, 2017  |  0 comments
KEF is bringing up the bottom at CEDIA with a new trio of affordable powered subwoofers.

Rob Sabin  |  Sep 09, 2017  |  0 comments
Yamaha was at CEDIA demonstrating the Alexa voice-control capabilities recently added to its MusicCast wireless multiroom audio system.

Rob Sabin  |  Sep 09, 2017  |  0 comments
Sanus, after some success with its dedicated stands for the Sonos Play:1 and Play:3 speaker, will soon be adding one for the company's flagship Play:5.
Rob Sabin  |  Sep 09, 2017  |  0 comments
Klipsch came to CEDIA with more than 50 new products, most targeted at the custom integrator community.
Rob Sabin  |  Sep 06, 2017  |  Published: Sep 07, 2017  |  0 comments
Bowers & Wilkins is in San Diego for CEDIA this week demonstrating its 700 Series loudspeakers, the new replacement for the long-running CM Series. The new line-up will function as a step-down from its previously revised 800 Diamond line and borrows from that family's innovations while adding a few of its own to deliver an exemplary audiophile experience at more affordable cost.
Rob Sabin, Steve Guttenberg  |  Sep 05, 2017  |  0 comments
S&V Editor Rob Sabin and Contributing Tech Editor Steve Guttenberg take a close look at the Outlaw Audio RR2160 Stereo Receiver (0:58), discuss the results of the 2017 Value Electronics TV Shootout (7:20), review the Blu-ray for Gore Verbinski's 2016 horror movie A Cure for Wellness, and share impressions from Steve's visit to Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios (13:50).

Rob Sabin  |  Aug 11, 2017  |  0 comments
I love that time of year when, after a couple of false starts and brief teases, the persistence of winter finally breaks for good and the soft breezes of spring arrive. That’s a decidedly northern experience, of course, one that some folks eventually move south to get away from permanently (well, the winter that precedes it, anyway), and which others have never known because of their origins in warmer climes. I get it — I’ve got family all over the country and have spent plenty of time out west and in Florida, and I see how a guy could get used to it. But the New Yorker in me thinks those folks are missing out. If you haven’t struggled through a winter, even a mild one, you can’t fully appreciate the fleeting beauty of a spring and summer in the same way. You need that frame of reference. It makes being outside that much better.

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