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Published on May 26, 2010
The reason to buy something much more expensive than a standard power strip is to prevent current limiting and negative effects in comparison to the direct connection to the wall.
Published on May 22, 2010
If you are wondering whether there is any reason or benefit to going above the $1500 range for a cartridge the answer is: “absolutely.”
Published on May 09, 2010
The thought of putting electronics in the most highly resonant area of your system seems counterproductive.
Published on February 12, 2010
A good choice for those wanting to add Internet station reception to their home audio or AV system, without spending much and with only a minimum of space taken up.
Published on February 10, 2010
Excellent for powering a small audio system with decent speakers across your office from your computer at your desk, free from intervening wires.
Published on February 09, 2010
A receiver that can fix speaker-matching problems, poor room layout and improper listening positions, but may have reliability issues.
Published on January 21, 2010
Tested more rolled-off and mellow than a similarly-priced Krell 5-channel amp.
Published on January 03, 2010
I still think that perhaps performance could have been improved with an even more expensive cartridge; however its characteristic lack of drive seemed to carry over regardless of cartridge and/or equipment changes.
Published on December 06, 2009
The first stand-alone Internet radio also offering the versatile free Pandora music service.
Published on December 05, 2009
A definite hearable upgrade to all the player’s analog audio outputs as well as the coaxial/optical out.