Al Griffin

Al Griffin  |  Nov 04, 2007  |  0 comments
Any apprehension I may have had about buying speakers off the Internet faded a few years back when I scored some great-sounding bookshelf speakers from a Web-only audio company. Those remain in use today, and I'd be game to match them up performance-wise against any current model in their price range.
Al Griffin  |  Nov 03, 2007  |  0 comments

Have you ever looked at one of our speaker test reports and wondered what that funny-looking graph with the squiggly lines is for? Or have you ever thought about how the information conveyed by that graph relates to what a reviewer hears? Given the many, many new speaker systems that get produced each year, maybe you've wondered what methods we use to differentiate between them.

Al Griffin  |  Oct 03, 2007  |  0 comments
Toshiba Regza Cinema Series 52LX177 52-inch LCD HDTV 22265000700 Toshiba 52LX177 Toshiba has long been an all-purpose TV company making sets in virtually every display category.
Al Griffin  |  Oct 02, 2007  |  0 comments
Mitsubishi HC4900 1080p LCD front projector 82400025722 Mitsubishi HC4900 Over the past few years, traditional TV companies such as Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp have done a brisk business in the home theater front-pr
Al Griffin  |  Sep 06, 2007  |  0 comments

Newcomers to Sound & Vision's HDTV test reports are likely to come across some tech talk that might seem confusing or arcane at first. The truth is, video technology has become much more complex since TV started to go digital and high-def nearly a decade ago, and a side effect of all that increased picture resolution and clarity has been mounds of strange new jargon.

Al Griffin  |  Sep 03, 2007  |  0 comments

the listAccording to a recent report, in the last year Samsung finally managed to snag the largest share of the worldwide flat-panel LCD market. Taking a look at the new Samsung LN-T5265F 52-inch LCD HDTV, that's easy to understand.

Al Griffin  |  Jul 03, 2007  |  0 comments

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Al Griffin  |  Jul 02, 2007  |  0 comments

the listFlat-screen LCD HDTVs offering 1080p resolution are as common as dirt, but you need to dig a lot deeper to find plasma models touting the same resolution specification.

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