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Two gadgets enter the ring, but only one can leave the champion! Each week Brian Tong pits two compe
We've selected five standout products that represent some of the best values in the home audio arena
All subs make bass, but only the best ones make bass you can feel through the soles of your feet!
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.
Hsu's HB-1 MK2 sats and HC-1 MK2 center-channel speaker are big enough to rock the house, but they won't break the bank!
PSB Speakers' big T6 tower is a seriously powerful performer, equally accomplished with music and home theater sound.
The Audiophilac does a shoot-out between an Emotiva UMC-200 seven-channel surround processor and a UPA-500 amplifier with a Denon receiver. And the winner is?
We compare the sound of the Outlaw Audio 975 Surround Processor and seven-channel 7125 Power Amp with a Denon receiver, and the winner is?
Oppo's new player not only sounds great; for some buyers it eliminates the need for an AV receiver.
It's hard to expect all that much from a $79 subwoofer, but Dayton Audio's Sub-800 is a knockout.
Nowadays most people want tiny speakers and subwoofers, and they can sound fine, but only big subs can rock the house!
The Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2011, held last weekend at the Denver Marriott Tech Center Hotel, showcased a vast array of affordable and high-end audio goodies.