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Besides accelerating your gym results, Power Plate’s newest model, the my7, now acts as your own...
Sony Electronics has long been revered in the realm of professional audio—its monitor headphones...
The first compact music system from Steinway Lyngdorf sounds anything but small. A basic, $22,000...
Well known for the prodigious monitor speakers that grace the rooms of London’s Abbey Road Studios...
The latest addition to Meridian’s Sooloos Digital Media System—which Robb Report included in its...
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The formation of Constellation Audio in 2008 sent audiophiles’ expectations sky high. The Southern...
Kamado-style ceramic grills were first popularized in the 1960s. Since that time, little has...
The newest addition to Leica’s camera lineup, the V-Lux 30, may not offer all the fit and finish of...
In recent years, most TV manufacturers have seemed more focused on slimming down their display...
When meridian audio acquired music-server manufacturer Sooloos at the end of 2008, the British...
While the many smartphones on the market all make an effort to combine form with function, none...
First came the iPod, which changed the face of digital music, then the iPhone, which rang in the...
Sonus Faber’s flagship loudspeaker, known simply as the Sonus Faber, stands 5 feet, 7 inches tall...
History is a harsh taskmaster. With alarming regularity, it seems, we are confronted with the...
Last summer, german audio leader Burmester began selling its 088 preamplifier and 089 CD player in...
Leica’s rangefinder cameras have long been the tools of choice for many of the world’s leading film...
Bang & Olufsen’s BeoSound 8 is a visually striking speaker docking station with its oversize...
One of the major talking points of the hi-fi community at January’s CES in Las Vegas was the...
For music reproduction, few loudspeakers compare with the two-channel Utopia models made by French...
The Devialet D-Premier (www.devialet.com), a 1.25-inch-thick, 240-watt-per-channel stereo amplifier...

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