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We've got our hands and speakers on the new Fatman iTube 452 -- a valve-based amplifier geared towards the lossless-loving iPod users. Ever wondered what that iPod classic can really sound like?
CNET UK gets its hands on a very retro valve amp that's sure to please even the audio elite.
Valves are awesome. You know that, right? Fatman does, and its new iTube 452 valve amp is uber-stylish. It's going to cost you, though
The iTube 452 is in fact Fatman's uber-stylish new valve amplifier and it comes with the ValveDock for seamless integration with iPods.
If you were born, it's highly likely you'll die. Sorry about that. For consumer tech though, it's not quite so cut and dried. We explore the technology that just refuses to be killed off
In Living Stereo is a hi-fi store that sells real, honest-to-god hi-fis, not iPods or home theater in a box systems. If you love music, it's a great place to make it sound better.
This week, Donald and Jasmine take a look at a handful of extreme iPod accessories, some more ridiculous than others. Plus, a new pair of ultralight earphones grabs Jasmine's attention and ends up earning an Editors' Choice award.
CNET's Donald Bell outlines the five accessories that separate iPod audiophiles from the herd.
We're rocking IFA here in Berlin, and we've just finished playing with Philips's new MCM906 valve-based hi-fi -- the flagship model in its new Heritage series
Our Crave brethren in the UK dig up some of the most random and puzzling names for video games.