Home Theater Review's 2011 Best Of Awards

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Home Theater Review's 2011 Best Of Awards


For a third year, HomeTheaterReview.com's editors have picked the best of the best from the world of consumer electronics, home theater and audiophile products. Scroll through our new slideshow feature and add your vote to each slide. Skip to the end to see who won the 2011 Product of the Year.


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HTR Product Rating for Home Theater Review's 2011 Best Of Awards

Criteria Rating

Performance

5

Value

5

Overall

5

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