CNET review the Acoustic Research ARIR200 Wi-Fi radio, finding that it offers lots of unique features with an alarm-clock-friendly design, but it has a few quirks and shortcomings that keep us from wholeheartedly recommending it.
This professional speaker set is far from the most expensive in the world, but it might be the best-sounding. Stereophile magazine's Wes Phillips goes gaga over it.
Harman's engineering muscle, long history of building iconic audio designs, and impressive sound rank it at the top of the heap.
If high-end audio shops can be a little intimidating for first-time shoppers, New York City's Park Avenue Audio would be a great place to start.
Acoustic Research unveils two new Internet Radios, the ARIR200 and ARIR600i, with the ability to record 10 hours of Internet Radio content and Slacker functionality.
Speaker by Pet Acoustics works with any device that has a 3.5mm output, including MP3 players, CD players, iPhones, iPods, iPod Touches, and scratching posts.
These are the closest we've seen to potential Harmony killers in a long time.
It's a big problem, and truly effective soundproofing solu-tions are expensive. Even so, here are a few cheap and easy ways to minimize sound "leakage."
In the 1970s, when hi-fi was the prime source for home entertainment, the Dynaco A-25 was the speaker to buy. Annandale Acoustics' new A-25 XL2 is the 21st-century version of the legendary speaker.
CES 2010 is a buzz about 3D TV, but what's happening on the audio side?