When we pleaded in the November 2002 issue (Personal Technology) for electronics manufacturers to produce universal disc players—machines that read CD, SACD, and DVD-Audio formats—we had no idea h
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For anyone who has considered adding astronomy to his or her list of hobbies, now is as good a time as ever to take the first step.
Think of the Sonora, an electronics cabinet created by Sensorial Design (+39.0922.214.171.124, www.sensorialdesign.it) of Sicily, as the b
An unintended consequence of the recent surge in popularity of portable audio players has been a renewed interest in headphones.
When Aston Martin CEO Ulrich Bez went shopping for a hi-fi system for the company’s flagship Vanquish, one criterion was paramount.
When you think of speakers, you probably picture a box.
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Outside the audio industry, the name Niro Nakamichi may not be recognized, but within the business, he is held in the highest esteem.
Sim2 begins a new era in television design with the Grand Cinema RTX, a rear-projection trapezoidal DLP monitor that features wide shoulders and a dramatically tapered base.
Home-Projector Technology continues to evolve, which is good news for consumers longing for improved performance and simplified installation and operation.
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The inner workings of speakers are finally being exposed, and unlike sausage processing or lawmaking, it is a welcome sight.
Mark Levinson’s 400 Series single-channel amplifiers are handsome, but at nearly 18 by 20 inches, they are too portly for tight spaces.
An undeniable revolution in sound reproduction has begun.
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As soon as you have installed your home theater or audio system, it is time to think about updating it.
Just as compact discs began replacing audiocassette tapes some 20 years ago, Super Audio Compact Disc (SACD) or Digital Video Disc-Audio (DVD-A) or both of the relatively new formats should commen