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Surround sound needs top speakers advice on buying speakers The Courier News
A big-screen high-definition TV takes center stage in any home theater. But even the best TV can't convey the rich, multichannel surround sound on most DVD movies and a growing number of HD programs. That demands a digital receiver and a full set of speakers.
Doors Box antiMUSIC
(PR) Rhino Entertainment is proud to release The Doors' Perception 40th anniversary boxed set on November 21, 2006. Rhino and Elektra Records salute the 40th anniversary of one of the greatest rock bands of all time with the November 21 release of Perception.
Funk legend Bootsy Collins has just released Bootsy Collins: Christmas Is 4 Ever , via Shout! Factory. The 13-track collection features four new recordings and nine “Bootsyized” Christmas classics.
Dual Format Hi-Def Players Next Year DVD-Recordable
The first HD players capable of playing both both Blu-ray and HD-DVD disks are expected to appear by the end of 2007, possibly ending the format war in next-generation DVD.
Denon AVR-2307CI CNET
Denon's AVR-2307CI delivers a strong combination of advanced audio/video features and high-end sound quality at a great price, but its HDMI shortfalls keep it from being a slam-dunk.
Yamaha Digital Sound Projector YSP-1100 black CNET
Yamaha's YSP-1100, its best-ever Digital Sound Projector single-speaker surround system, is a breeze to set up and it sounds great on DVD.
Yamaha HTR-5950SL silver CNET
Yamaha's midprice HTR-5950 A/V receiver might not have the most up-to-date features lineup, but it's a solid performer.
It's OFFICIAL--the LS460 Mark Levinson Reference Surround Sound audio system is the new industry standard! AutoSpies.com
Components: Our test car was equipped with the optional Mark Levinson Reference Surround Sound audio system. Even in the top-of-the-line LS 460 L, the Mark Levinson audio system is an option and adds about $2,500 to the price.
Arkados Sees Strong Demand for Wide Variety of Homeplug Applications PrimeZone via Yahoo! Finance
Arkados, Inc., the HomePlug Applications Company, today reported that feedback from the recent Intel Developer's Forum and HomePlug Powerline Technology Conferences reinforced the company's belief that networking and consumer electronics OEM/ODMs demand an application-centric approach.
The 50-inch plasma HDTV has been installed. It is wall-mounted and mirausly configured with all the components, including new DTS receiver, cable box, DVD, DVR and VCR.

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