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Onkyo Launches Next Generation HDMI Receiver

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on April 25, 2007

According to the folks at Crave: "Onkyo has become the first mainstream manufacturer to officially announce an array of home audio products that offer the two big features that have been MIA on...

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Karoake Fans Rejoice: Now You've Got a Screen!

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on April 24, 2007

For the small investment of just $100, you too can sing AND see yourself singing, with the fabulous CD+G Karaoke System, available from the fine folks at GPX. If you wanted proof that you're a...

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Rocketship Radio: FM for Fun and Frolic

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on April 13, 2007

The folks at Griffin have done it again, with this cute little Rocket Ship FM Radio, perfect for the quirky audiophile in your life. Nicely priced at just $35, this little device packs a fine sound...

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Runaway Alarm Clock: Wake up and run!

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on February 19, 2007

If you're like me, you don't enjoy getting out of bed early in the morning. And you'd rather hit snooze, oh, 10 or 15 times. At least that's how I feel in the winter time, when...

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Kickin in with the sonic chair

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on February 03, 2007

Looking for a new chair, but tired of the black leather look? Want to look like Mearth from Mork & Mindy, but aren't sure how? Look no further than this nifty Sonic Chair Boom Box from...

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Relive your musical youth: Turn your old LPs to CDs

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on January 05, 2007

Are you dying to listen to Queen's Night at the Opera, but you've only got it on vinyl, and your record player broke when you were in high school? Never fear, the LP to CD recorder from TEAC...

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20 Gifts I Gotta Get: Shower Stereo AM/FM & CD-MP3 (#5)

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on December 20, 2006

We've made it all the way to #5, and now, it's time to sing along in the shower with this beautiful little Shower Stereo AM/FM & CD-MP3 player. No longer do you have to get your iPod wet...

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Wireless Home Audio: Coming soon!

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on December 16, 2006

Neosonik is getting closer to releasing a breakthrough in home audio: high quality, long distance, wireless speakers for your home audio system, and will probably do so at the 2007 Consumer...

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20 Gifts I Gotta Get: Bose QuietComfort 3 Headphones (#10)

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on December 16, 2006

What would a gift list be without the latest and greatest Bose headphones. This year's entry is the Bose Quiet Comfort 3, beautiful headphones if ever there was a pair. I remember when I first...

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20 Gifts I Gotta Get: 5:1 Headphones

Filed in archive Audio by Phil Gerbyshak on December 13, 2006

Tired of that tinny sound with the headphones that came with your portable device? Don't want to wake up your sweetie when you're playing Madden 2007 at 3 AM with your buddies? Then look no...

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More affordable wireless audio network from Sonos

Filed in archive Audio by dorri on January 04, 2006

Setting up Sonos' wireless audio network is simplicity itself. All you need to do is connect the first ZonePlayer to an existing home network using a standard ethernet cable. All the others will...

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Klipsch RVX-54 Home Theater Speaker System Review

Filed in archive Audio by william on June 02, 2005

One of the most important components of an entertainment system has to be the speakers. There's nothing like hearing a great gun battle in high quality surround sound. One system that seems to...

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Ensation For Wireless Audio Announced

Filed in archive Audio by william on May 31, 2005

Just what we need is another wireless technology to confuse us. According to Commdesign.com, Royal Phillips Elecrtronics is unveiling a wireless technology called Ensation (sounds like another horny...

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Sonos Digital Music System Review

Filed in archive Audio by william on May 16, 2005

Back in January, we introduced you to the Linux based Sonos Digital Music System. We haven't seen many reviews yet, but eCoustics has a short review up that will make you strongly consider...

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Vacuum Tubes Back in Style?

Filed in archive Audio by william on April 14, 2005

I'm sure we've all had friends with their gazillion dollar stereo systems that used vacuum tubes. Even with the great sound quality, based on the cost, I doubt it we'll ever see a revival...

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Comparing Online Music Services

Filed in archive Audio by william on April 11, 2005

So what's the best online music service out there? It really depends on your listening habits. ExtremeTech.com has a nice article and comparison chart that names your choices and some of the...

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MP3Tunes Introduces MP3Beamer

Filed in archive Audio by william on February 28, 2005

MP3Tunes has released a new MP3 server called the MP3Beamer. For $399, the MP3Beamer comes with an 80GB hard drive, the Linspire OS, and several pieces of software that make using the MP3 beamer...

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Axiom Audio Epic 80 Home Theater System Review

Filed in archive Audio by william on February 21, 2005

While I've got to say that a $2,500 speaker system probably isn't for the casual user, the Axiom Audio Epic 80 is a beautiful setup for the serious audiophile. Audioholics.com has an...

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