When you think of speakers, you probably picture a box.
Ribbon speakers produce the upper frequencies—the most important segment of the sound spectrum—with superb speed and clarity, which is exactly why Michael Kelly is partial to them.
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.
Regardless of the advanced capabilities that a digital camera offers, pixel size and resolution ultimately determine the size of the prints that it can produce.
Audiophile-grade cables—the elaborate wires that connect the components in an audio/video system—have done more to undermine the credibility of specialty audio than any technology, product, or cla
When the British hi-fi company Chord debuted the first component in its distinctive Choral Series a year ago, reaction was immediate: “Give us more!”
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.
Wives (sorry, but it is always the woman) have been waging war against speakers for decades. They do not want them intruding into their living space.
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
Just as anyone who bought a Betamax videocassette recorder 20 years ago eventually found little to play in it, the roughly 3.5 million owners of high-definition television sets may have scant prog
We doubt if anyone makes a New Year’s resolution to watch more movies. Considering some of the gear that will be available next year, however, we would understand if you did.
Because watching a DVD is barely worth the effort if you can’t hear it in surround sound, most media rooms disperse the sound with two front speakers, a center, two rears, and a subwoofer—what is
In hi-fi audio, horn speakers are the flamboyant entertainers whose flashy colors and oversize gestures defy you to overlook them.
Since the dawn of specialty audio, interior designers have been hiding speakers in cabinets, in walls, behind fur-niture, and anywhere else to keep them out of sight.
I realize that people tend to lose track of time as they get older, but has it really been that long since the introduction of DVD?