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SV Staff  |  Jan 24, 2019  |  0 comments
McIntosh is thinking out of the box as it enters into its 70th anniversary year with an audio product best described by one word: unique.
SV Staff  |  Jan 23, 2019  |  0 comments
With a good 10 days before the New England Patriots meet the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII, there’s still time to upgrade to that new TV you’ve been obsessing over. Best Buy aims to help you along that path by offering 20% to 22% discounts on several HDR-ready Sony TVs, including two Sound & Vision Top Picks.
SV Staff  |  Jan 23, 2019  |  0 comments
Sweden’s Procella Audio is building a crazy 21.4.10-channel immersive audio system for the Europe’s upcoming ISE show.
SV Staff  |  Jan 22, 2019  |  0 comments
Roon Labs, maker of music-library management software embraced by audiophiles, today announced the rollout of its biggest update ever.
SV Staff  |  Jan 21, 2019  |  0 comments
OSD Audio of Brea, California has introduced an upgraded version of its Nero Stream XD wireless streaming Amp/DAC (digital audio converter) and a new bookshelf speaker.
SV Staff  |  Jan 21, 2019  |  2 comments
Developers in Denmark have created a teachable “parasite” to give you more control over your smart speaker.
SV Staff  |  Jan 18, 2019  |  1 comments
Yep, it’s that time of the year when the Super Bowl TV specials start hitting our inbox.
SV Staff  |  Jan 18, 2019  |  0 comments
2018 was a very good year for the music industry, according to a new report from Nielsen that shows “total album-equivalent audio consumption” up 23% over 2017.
SV Staff  |  Jan 18, 2019  |  3 comments
Immersive Therapy thinks so. The French company has introduced a gaming app that it hopes will bring relief to the millions of Americans who suffer from tinnitus, an inner-ear condition typically characterized by a constant ringing in the ears.
SV Staff  |  Jan 17, 2019  |  0 comments
The video cassette recorder (VCR) seems quaint today but 35 years ago today the Supreme Court handed down a landmark 5-4 decision that upheld the consumer’s right to record TV shows (and ultimately other video content) for personal use — a “right” we take for granted.

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