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Magazine articles on stereos and audio devices.
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Home Theater
August 2, 2004
Darryl Wilkinson
The Master of Multiroom Multitasking Anthem's new preamp/processor/tuner AVM30 is a multiroom dream machine capable of operating two complete 7.1 home theaters - and that's just the beginning. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
PC Magazine
August 17, 2004
Troy Dreier
Small Wonder The Creative MuVo Slim is the size of a business card, measuring only .3-inches thick and weighing just 1.2 ounces; you won't even know you're carrying it. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
Home Toys
August 2004
Mark Stone
Thoughts On Getting the Best Bass in Your Listening Room The use of powered subwoofers and separate midrange/treble satellites both allows you to be conservative in the amount of power your main amplifier produces. mark for My Articles 465 similar articles
Home Toys
August 2004
Kathy Gornik
How Much Amplifier Power Do I Need? When selecting speakers, the second most commonly asked question by prospective buyers is "how much power do I need?" mark for My Articles 247 similar articles
Home Toys
August 2004
Michael N. Marcus
For Convenience and Coolness, Put Your Home Entertainment Components in a Rack. Today, the home audio-video rack is popular again, probably influenced by the huge amount of rackable data equipment, such as patch panels, hubs, switches and servers. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Home Toys
August 2004
Paul DiComo
I'm Addicted To Tweaking My System. Bored? Got the feeling that surely there must be something you can do to your audio system besides just sit there and enjoy it? If the answer is "yes," come to grips with the fact that you are an audiophile. mark for My Articles 385 similar articles
July 2004
Jason Snell
Fourth-Generation iPods Featuring controls borrowed from the iPod mini, a simplified menu interface, and a reduced price tag, the latest generation of iPods are a fitting evolution to Apple's stunningly popular line of digital-audio players. mark for My Articles 825 similar articles
PC Magazine
August 17, 2004
John R. Quain
Dusting for Music Prints Biometric firm VeriTouch has a scheme for a new breed of MP3 player that would use built-in fingerprint readers to unlock encrypted music tracks. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
PC Magazine
July 13, 2004
Bill Machrone
New Music Players Gun for iPod We gathered seven of the latest entries into the hard drive-based music player market to see how they stack up against Apple's iPod. With superlative sound and a multitude of special features, the 40GB iRiver H140 is the new digital audio player to beat. mark for My Articles 578 similar articles
August 9, 2004
Seth Porges
iPod Illiterate? A slew of books and services has popped up to take the intimidation factor out of Apple Computer's MP3 player. mark for My Articles 935 similar articles
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