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Saving Audiophila: How To Get a Young, New Generation of Audio Enthusiasts Hooked

Saving Audiophila: How To Get a Young, New Generation of Audio Enthusiasts Hooked

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

The heyday of audio equipment came in the 1960s and 70s. Now, with the economy faltering, the industry has to find a way to get a new generation hooked on top of the line audio equipment. Read More

 
Home Theater Enthusiasts Can Take Control of Their Credit Cards As Banks Act Poorly

Home Theater Enthusiasts Can Take Control of Their Credit Cards As Banks Act Poorly

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

HomeTheaterReview.com tells you how you can continue to purchase the specialty audio and video equipment that quickens your heartbeat and causes you to strategize financially, without falling prey to horrendous credit card interest rates. Read More

 
Nowhere To Sell: Specialty AV Makers Look For New Channels To Sell Their Goods

Nowhere To Sell: Specialty AV Makers Look For New Channels To Sell Their Goods

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Like most American businesses, the specialty audio/video trade has gone through quite a roller-coaster ride over the last several years. Once tried and true customer-attracting techniques need to be changed to accommodate different times and new clients. Read More

 
Hollywood Sets New Trend: Recycle Your Home Theater (LA Style)

Hollywood Sets New Trend: Recycle Your Home Theater (LA Style)

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

West Los Angeles has begun a new initiative in trying to live an uber-healty lifestyle: the recycling of old electronics in an easy way for consumers to adhere to and want to put into practice. Read More

 
Telarc Records To Stop Producing Its Own Records - Firing 26

Telarc Records To Stop Producing Its Own Records - Firing 26

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

In another sad sign of the times, the Grammy-winning, Cleveland, Ohio-based audiophile company Telarc Records has announced that it will no longer produce its own albums on its label. The company president has resigned from his position. Read More

 
Last Chance at Circuit Liquidation Sale is This Sunday

Last Chance at Circuit Liquidation Sale is This Sunday

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Great American has pulled the plug on the Circuit City chain a week earlier than expected. One possible reason is that the going-out-of-business sale in the stores has caused such a rush of purchasing that there isn't a whole lot left for bargain hunters to buy. Read More

 
Spinal Tap To Tour In 2009

Spinal Tap To Tour In 2009

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Turn your amps up to 11 because Spinal Tap has just announced they will be touring in 2009. The faux heavy metal band created by director Rob Reiner for his film, "This is Spinal Tap" will be on their "Unwigged and Unplugged Tour". Harry Shearer, aka bassist Derrick Smalls, will lead the group on the tour. Read More

 
Dish Network Loses Over 100,000 Subscribers In Q4 2008 - More Expected

Dish Network Loses Over 100,000 Subscribers In Q4 2008 - More Expected

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Echostar's Dish Network is in a little trouble. The satellite provider lost over 100,000 subscribers in the forth quarter of 2008. This news comes as Dish Network is about to end its relationship with AT&T Read More

 
Sherwood's New $439 Bluetooth AV Receiver - Can It Do It All?

Sherwood's New $439 Bluetooth AV Receiver - Can It Do It All?

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The latest A/V receiver from Sherwood America, the RD-7503, offers high performance at a suggested retail price of just $439. The RD-7503 is a 100-watt x7 receiver which includes Bluetooth audio streaming, HDMI 1.3 audio repeater capability and lossless audio decoding Read More

 
NHT Goes

NHT Goes "Dark" In Bad Economy

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Now Hear This, aka NHT, is a speaker company with an interesting way to get around tough financial times. NHT isn't filing for bankruptcy or going out of business. Instead, the firm plans to sell its current inventory and then simply take a break for awhile. Read More