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AV Peripherals and Systems Articles
There are certain expectations associated with the top of the line product from any series. Having reviewed a few docking stations from Yamaha already, we see how their new flagship TSX-140 fares in our hands.
Based on the Sigma Designs SMP8642 processor, the HDI Dune HD Max is a premium, network-enabled HD media player. It also doubles up as a Blu-ray player. So, is this the ultimate media player? We find out.
Do you watch a lot of TV? Have you ever wished that you could bring your TV wherever you go - even into the showers? The network TV-streaming HomeFree Combo from AVerMedia might just be what the doctor ordered.
Given the popularity of Apple's iPod, iPhone and iPad, it's only a matter of time that they invade traditional A/V spaces. We were given a tour of Pioneer's newest receivers, and here's a quick look on how they integrate with your iDevices.
AVerMedia, a company known for its TV tuner cards, is no stranger to the digital media scene. How does its 1080p-capable AVerLife HD Studio network media player fare?
Looking for an ultra compact iPod/iPhone speaker dock for your work desk or bedside? The new Yamaha TSX-80 is one and it doubles up as an alarm clock, waking you up gently to your favorite tune, thanks to its IntelliAlarm technology. We check out this expensive little gadget.
If you're looking for high quality, easy to use speakers for office conference calls, look no further than the Jabra Speak 410. It offers compatibility with a whole host of Unified Communications solutions and VoIP clients.
Ever since the introduction of the iPhone, the number of iPod speaker docks available has skyrocketed. How does the Geneva Sound System Model S match up?
A compact sized media player capable of playing back almost every format and outputting video at 1080p resolution, will it live up to the standard set by its larger sibling the Playon! HD2 or will it fall short? We share our findings in this quick review.
We take a look at yet another media player and this time, it's the popular ASUS O!Play HD2. It isn't new, but we thought of giving it a spin to see what exactly does it have to still maintain the buzz in the media player scene.