FrontRunners: Sharp Razer

The Mako computer speaker system (www.razerzone.com) delivers the most enveloping and robust performance we have heard from a unit of this kind. The system (below) bears the marque and displays the radical styling of the Razer brand, but it was designed by the veteran audio engineers at THX and incorporates some of that company’s patented technologies to disperse sound evenly. A separate subwoofer pod, with a built-in 200-watt digital amplifier, produces potent bass.

Controlled remotely by an app, the device manages lighting, climate, entertainment, and security…
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The sensor attaches to film cameras, enabling them to capture high-definition digital images…
And like a supercar, their performance is world-class…
Old-school audio engineering comes alive with this modern wonder of two-channel music reproduction…
Delivering 300 watts per channel, the high-fidelity dual-mono amp can power just about any speaker...
Sony’s latest effort to revitalize its Walkman brand caters to the discerning listener on the go…
But the level of musical nuance they deliver is well worth the investment…
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With a carbon-fiber cabinet and an array of 28 drivers, the new speakers look and sound beautiful…
Photo by Jonathan Beer
The camera features wireless technology along with other significant upgrades…
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Among the finest conduits for playing music from an untethered digital device are the KEF X300A...