Renowned Italian speaker manufacturer Sonus faber, famous for producing stunningly beautiful (and expensive) hand-made speakers, has come to the table with their first true budget speaker line – the Principia. On hand for review here is the Principia 3, the larger of two bookshelf models in the line.
I hadn’t heard of LeEco until it bought Vizio earlier this year. As it happens, it makes some displays of its own so today I’m checking out the Super4 X55. It’s a 55-inch Ultra HD TV with HDR and a super-low price.
The product category of “media player” continues to grow and cross over with media streamers and media servers. “Smart” apps, once the realm of “smart” TVs, are now the primary feature in media players, game consoles, HDTVs and almost every other device that connects to your home entertainment system.
It’s hip to be square (with apologies to Huey Lewis and the News). Tubes are back and if you want to go beyond the current vinyl craze down the retro path, this VTA ST-120 power amplifier is a great way to get there!
With Emotiva’s TA-100 Stereo Preamp/DAC/Tuner with Integrated Amplifier and a pair of Airmotiv B1 Bookshelf Loudspeakers, beginning audiophiles can buy themselves a great system foundation for just over $600.
The Mass Fidelity Core is an attempt to bring holographic, stereo sound from a single, small speaker that connects to Bluetooth sources. Mass Fidelity utilizes advanced acoustic technology to produce outstanding sound, and smart design to deliver a whole house audio solution.
How much projector can $1000 buy? How about a 1080p-res DLP with 3D, 2200-lumen output, low input lag for gaming and color accuracy worthy of any dedicated home theater? Today, I’m checking out BenQ’s HT2150ST short-throw display.