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Vandersteen

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Vandersteen's $300,000 hi-fi wows audiophiles

High-end speaker manufacturer Vandersteen rarely introduces new models, so audiophiles at CES were jazzed by the debut of the company's new flagship, the Model Seven.

By January 12, 2009

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The smartest speaker-buying tip of all

If you really love music or movies, stretch your budget to the max and buy the best speakers you can, and they'll last a long, long time.

By August 30, 2014

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A bona-fide high-end speaker for under $1,000

The Vandersteen Model 1 was originally introduced in 1981, and now as the Model 1C it's a high-end classic. It's the best speaker you can buy for under a grand.

By May 12, 2009

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Sonically speaking, what does a great speaker sound like?

It's a complicated question, because all of the best speakers sound very different from one another -- which one is right for you?

By June 15, 2013

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The best-sounding speakers of 2010

The best speakers of 2010; priced from $250 to $45,000!

By December 21, 2010

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High-end audio on the cheap

By carefully selecting used high-end gear, you can assemble a great hi-fi and save a bundle.

By April 6, 2013

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From groovy turntables to tasty wines at Newport Beach's T.H.E. Show

High-end audio shows are a great way to see and hear the very best gear. CNET's Steve Guttenberg is getting good feedback about the goings-on at T.H.E. Show: Newport, being held this weekend in Southern California.

By June 4, 2011

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High-end audio fest rocks Denver

Last week's seventh-annual Rocky Mountain Audio Festival, in Denver, Colorado, demonstrated that high-end audio is alive and kicking.

By October 19, 2010

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The top 10 greatest speakers

The best speakers will rock and roll your world. Expensive? You bet, but the best stuff always is.

By June 17, 2010

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My own stimulus: Buying made-in-U.S. products

We keep hearing that investors have "little confidence" in the U.S. economic stimulus plan, but if each of us bought more American-made products, the economy would improve.

By February 20, 2009