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For its T1 headphones, German audio product manufacturer Beyerdynamic constructed the first...
The M500 and M300 players incorporate Blu-ray playback into the product range of Kaleidescape, the...
When U.K. hi-fi product manufacturer Meridian acquired Sooloos in late 2008, it took control of...
The most recent iteration of the automotive-inspired Ascent Collection from high-end cell-phone-...
The new Constellation Quest is the first model from Vertu with a full keyboard. The U.K.-based...
Technical Audio Devices’ new M600 monaural amp is a beast by any definition—it delivers a whopping...
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McIntosh does hi-fi well—really well—but it does amplifiers beyond compare, and the MC452 is the...
The optics industry has evolved to such an extent that devices now exist for every specialized...
Photo by Mike Heydon
A cross between a Victorian-era penny-farthing and a Segway, the electric YikeBike (www.yikebike....
The limited-edition Leica M9 Titanium (www.leica-camera.com) is a metallic marvel created in...
Photo by Joy Marie Photography
THE GIFTA fully outfitted espresso bar for your home—designed by Lamill Coffee CEO Craig Min—...
About the time this past spring when manufacturers began delivering their inaugural lines of 3-D-...
NuVision’s new Lucidium FX10 LS  (www.nuvision.com) series of LED-edge-lit LCD panel televisions...
Photo by Benton Collins
The $6,000-per-pair Reference 3.5 loudspeakers (www.roundsound.com) from Anthony Gallo Acoustics...
Technical Audio Devices avoided ambiguity when naming its new loudspeaker, the Compact Reference....
The Regen ReVerb may be the only iPod speaker system that can play at party levels without...
The problem with the minuscule depth of TVs from today’s leading manufacturers—the profile of...
In June, UK mobile-phone manufacturer Vertu opened a boutique on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. The...
Bang & Olufsen product owners likely value aesthetic presence as much as they value high-...
The newest electronic gadgets are getting smaller and more efficient, but Andy Aaron still believes...

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