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Jun 26
Benchmark HPA4 Headphone Amplifier and Analog Preamplifier Review I have, in past articles, expressed the point of view that in a nearfield system with short cable runs, a...
Benchmark HPA4 Headphone Amplifier and Analog Preamplifier Review

Jun 24
Sony XBR-75X950G 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Reviewed Andrew Robinson says Sony's new X950G comes closer to perfection than most any other LED backlit LCD before it. Is it worth the upgrade over the 900F, though?
Sony XBR-75X950G 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Reviewed

Jun 24
Flat Screen TVs Have Come a Long Way, Baby Looking back over 20 years of flat-panel display technology, it's pretty amazing to see just how much better things are these days.
Flat Screen TVs Have Come a Long Way, Baby

Jun 21
Magico Expands A-Series Lineup with New Center, Bookshelf, and Subwoofer The A1, ACC, and ASUB are scheduled for release in the third quarter of this year, and expand on the capabilities of the existing A3 floorstanfer.
Magico Expands A-Series Lineup with New Center, Bookshelf, and Subwoofer

Jun 20
Marantz Announces Two New AV Receivers with Atmos Virtualization The parade of new 2019-model receivers continues to roll out, and the most current float to pass by our spot...
Marantz Announces Two New AV Receivers with Atmos Virtualization