Considering the ubiquity of iPods and the accessibility of high-bandwidth Internet content—music, video, games—it should come as no surpri
Home theater enthusiasts who read the American Film Institute’s (AFI) 1998 list of the 100 greatest movies ever made may be struck by how
For best-selling author Dean Koontz and his wife, Gerda, attention to detail is everything.
Remembering some of the best audio products of yesteryear can be particularly nostalgic: It is impossible to separate the machine from mem
Releasing an all-tube, stereo amplifier seems like a curious way for a cutting-edge hi-fi company to mark its first quarter-century.
Sonus Faber, the Italian company universally acknowledged for revolutionizing the shape of dynamic loudspeakers, celebrated its 20th anniv
Your home movies can now appear as sharp as the action on HDNet, the network that broadcasts only in high definition (1080i).
In audio circles, Jeff Rowland Design Group is to two-channel hi-fi as Brooks Brothers is to button-down collars.
Although the popularity of plasma screens has been growing steadily, the picture is still far from perfect.
A speaker may come close to reproducing sound perfectly in a laboratory, but alas, no one lives in a lab.
Among his peers in the audio industry, Joe Atkins is an anomaly: He is not interested in how loudspeakers work.
Equip your office or home with a computer created by VoodooPC, and some might regard it as evidence of a midlife crisis.
the concept behind the ribbon speaker is rather straightforward.
Finally, this magazine has a reason to add some T+A to its pages.
The latest controller in the Pronto family from Philips (www.pronto.philips.com)
With the introduction of Blue Ocean, we may be witnessing the emergence of a new product category.