The Audiophiliac compares a $380 stereo audio system with one of the very best sound bars, and even he was surprised by what he heard.
It's a classic audiophile design: the large, over-the-ear Koss ESP-950 sounds like no other headphone.
Good reception, respectable video quality, and a basic EPG make the RCA DTA800 an excellent DTV converter box, and its included remote is the best we've seen.
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Listening to records on the Flexson VinylPlay is all pleasure and no pain thanks to the five-minute set up, and the RCA outputs offer the freedom to connect it to any receiver or even a Sonos Connect.
Good reception, respectable video quality, and a basic EPG make the RCA DTA800 an excellent DTV converter box, despite some slightly tricky setup snags.
There are better MP3 players than the RCA Opal for the money, but none capable of handling both video and photos.
If you're looking for a better-sounding alternative to the Sansa Express, the RCA Pearl does the trick--but be prepared to deal with a funky user interface and disposable batteries.
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If you're looking for an inexpensive MP3 player for the gym, the RCA Jet--FM tuner, armband, stopwatch, and all--is a solid choice, but the interface will take some getting used to.
RCA's Small Wonder Pocket EZ205 has some significant advantages over its competitors--but it has a lot more drawbacks.