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We no longer manufacture computers, TVs, or cameras, but America still makes high-quality audio gear. And not all of it is expensive.
Stereophile magazine has just published its "2010 Buyer's Guide," a tell-all "book" for audiophiles on the prowl for new gear.
The Audiophiliac give the lowdown on the stupendous JL Audio E-Sub e110.
In-ear vs. on-ear, circumaural vs. supraaural, open vs. closed back -- shopping for the right pair of headphones can be tough, but CNET's on the job with a buying guide to help you narrow down your choices.
Hsu Research makes great small subs, so the Audiophiliac wanted to try one of the company's bigger (but not too expensive) subs, and wasn't disappointed.
Looking for the best soundbars on the market? We've rounded up the finest models available, across a range of prices.
Nowadays most people want tiny speakers and subwoofers, and they can sound fine, but only big subs can rock the house!
Let's face it, itsy-bitsy or even large tabletop Bluetooth speakers can't rock out, but the 23-pound Marshall Hanwell speaker delivers the goods.
There's a major shift of production from China to the U.S., which includes some truly affordable electronics and speakers.