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Are ESL bulbs better than CFL or LED?

Vu1 says its Electron Stimulated Luminescence bulbs are safer and better quality than CFL and LED lights. Is ESL the next big thing in lighting?

By Sep. 16, 2009

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Come together: Rogue amplifier fuses the best of old and new tech

Straight out of Brodheadsville, Pa. comes an amp that uses vacuum tubes and Class D technology: the Rogue Sphinx is one of the sweetest amps around.

By Feb. 12, 2014

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Electrostatic speakers: A very different way to make sound

MartinLogan's new ElectroMotion Series of speakers feature electrostatic and other technologies to produce extraordinary sound quality.

By Mar. 10, 2011

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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 Jun. 15, 2013

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Heavy-metal thunder: The very best high-end audio products

When you're a manufacturer selling cost-no-object audio, build quality is paramount. Take a look at these beauties!

By May. 26, 2012

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'Confessions' of a hi-fi salesman

Good hi-fi sales people are hard to find. But if you still have a hi-fi shop in your town, you might get lucky...

By Jul. 18, 2010

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This could be the last hi-fi speaker you'll buy

Small British monitor speakers were all the rage with American audiophiles back in the 1970s, and when you hear the current Harbeth P3ESR, you'll know why.

By Sep. 19, 2012

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Vu1 enters $15 bulb in efficient-lighting race

Vu1 will sell a flood light that uses 70 percent less power than incandescent bulbs at Lowe's for just under $15 and has plans for an Edison-shaped bulb.

By Oct. 31, 2011

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Vu1 readies efficient lightbulb Edison would love

Vu1 has another idea for efficient lighting: Based on cathode ray technology, its UL-certified lightbulbs put out similar light to incandescents but use less energy and don't contain mercury.

By Oct. 8, 2010

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BOL 1064: Urine in the sky with diamonds

That beautiful silvery comet you saw in the sky recently was actually astronaut urine. No joke. We also avoid talking about pee for most of the show. Bing is still on the rise and Facebook is making money. Wow. Things are looking up all over.

By Sep. 16, 2009