Looking for a home theater speaker system that makes a statement in both the visual and aural sense? Then the fine folks at Starke Sound have an impressive looking system to tempt both your eyes and ears!
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Next to the Bose Quiet Comfort series, Sony’s WH-1000MX3 Wireless Headphones have also become a popular choice for those looking to experience great sound quality, with no strings attached.
Have you ever said to yourself, “I really want to add room correction to my high-end stereo system, but I don’t want to use a home theater receiver or processor as the front end”? Well, Anthem Electronics may have an answer for you!
See the complete review for the Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphone. Now on their third generation, Sony brings a number of technical and des...
How do you make a good thing better? When it comes to audio, ELAC answers this age-old question by bringing to us their recently updated Debut line of loudspeakers, now known as the Debut 2.0. What was already a widely praised entry-level series of speakers has now been thoroughly re-engineered and expanded. The goal being better overall sound, and flexibility, in a variety of installations while still providing an excellent value to the consumer.
The Audio-Technica VM760SLC is the top model in the company’s VM series of moving magnet phono cartridges. Its product brief touts the qualities of “excellent channel seperation, extended frequency response, and nuanced audio reproduction” for prospective buyers.
When ELAC first hired well regarded speaker designer Andrew Jones and product development specialist Chris Walker away from TAD/Pioneer back in 2015, the company made plain the seriousness of their intention to re-establish the brand back in the US market.
Based off the stylish looking STR integrated amplifier, Anthem electronics has added two, full-blown, separate components to augment their STR two-channel audio line.
I first encountered Starke Sound at CES a couple of years ago. I’d never heard of the independent, California-based company before, but that’s part of the fun of going to audio shows; discovering new things!
If you are searching for a way to make the music from your smartphone/DAP sound better, or if you need to drive some less efficient headphones, iFi Audio submits the xDSD portable DAC/Amp for your consideration. It looks to be an impressive little beast that is barely bigger than a deck of cards.
The NAD VISO HP70 headphone is the fraternal twin to the PSB M4U 8. Both have essentially the same internal components and specs, and both are equipped with the latest iteration of Paul Barton’s RoomFeel tuning. That is where the similarities end however, as their external design and aesthetics are about as different as can be.
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If wireless noise cancelling headphones happen to be on your purchasing radar, the Bowers & Wilkins PX are definitely worth your time and consideration. They offer rakishly good looks, advanced design and more than a few clever touches to augment their compelling sound quality.
Intended as a step-up from the well-received M4U 2 noise cancelling headphones, PSB’s new M4U 8 shows us how designer Paul Barton takes a good thing….and makes it wireless!