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The boys and their high-end audio toys in Las Vegas

A peek at Stereophile magazine's coverage of the high end audio goodies at CES '08.

Steve Guttenberg
Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg has also worked as a high-end audio salesman, and as a record producer. Steve currently reviews audio products for CNET and works as a freelance writer for Stereophile.
Steve Guttenberg

Stereophile magazine's excellent coverage of the high-end audio scene at CES '08 at the Venetian Hotel has kept me on the edge of my seat since Monday. So many great new products, from old and new companies say a lot about the thriving, worldwide audiophile market. I've picked five products to show you, but Stereophile's site has dozens of really cool sightings.

B&W's $45K flagship Nautilus speaker. Stereophile
Stereophile magazine's Stephen Mejias stands next to Wilson Audio's new Thor's Hammer subwoofer. Stereophile
That's the rear end of Mark Levinson's new $15K No. 532 power amplifier. Stereophile
Tube amplifiers from, of all places, Viet Nam. The Navision amp goes for $21, 800! Power to the people! Stereophile
The CD may be on its way out, but vinyl is going strong. Revolver's new Replay turntable, $3499, looks killer. Stereophile