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The PSB Alpha VS21's skimpy feature lineup and so-so movie sound quality don't live up to expectations considering its hefty $600 list price.
Dolby is known for its sound systems, but it's also developed imaging tech that will change how Hollywood can make movies and what you'll be able to see on your TV screen. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
At around $26 online, JVC's HA-S400 earphones with Carbon Nanotubes are among the better on-ear models for the money.
In what might sound like a scene from "Minority Report," Pioneer has created a system that lets 3D images appear to float on surfaces such as dashboards.
Bose has unveiled VisionWave, a speaker-packed television -- except it isn't.
The Koss Porta Pro is the unsung hero of the audiophile community. After 26 years, it still brings in fans of its warm sound, 80s retro design, and the often-overlooked lifetime warranty.
Digital television is well and truly here, with access to over a dozen channels and better quality sound and vision. All you need is a set-top box!
Applying the concept of surround sound, MIT researchers have developed a system that would enable viewers using handhelds to follow objects outside their TV screen.
Sound & Vision magazine's Michael Trei tested three turntables--the Rega Research P1, Music Hall mmf 2.2, and Technics SL-1200MK2--and the winner is?