AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
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Armed with a beautiful design and a cool little USB trick, the new Philips GoGear SA4325 portable MP3 player is all set to take style and convenience to the next level.
After a successful run with its X-Fi audio cards, Creative introduces audio fidelity with X-Fi circuitry on its latest Aurvana X-Fi Noise Canceling Headphones.
Clad in glossy piano black is Samsung's DVD-F1080, a DVD upscaler that promises to deliver the 1080p experience to your existing DVD collection.
In the audio realm, Razer's latest sound system, the Mako, strives to achieve a true gaming experience for gamers, by gamers, with Lucasfilm's THX support.
The Cowon A3 comes in as a very capable media player with outstanding file format support, great audio quality and a display to die for. But is it the perfect PMP? Find out after the jump.
The Shure SE110 sound isolating earphones lives up to Shure's reputation for delivering great audio quality, and even comes at an affordable price.
Good looks and a slim body best describes the Sandisk Sansa View, a flash based media player with multimedia capabilities.
The success of Samsung's Yepp K3 MP3 player has spawned a special edition K3 sporting a white high gloss body and new DNSe 2.0 technology - Behold the Samsung K3 Maestro Edition!
Tired of waiting for the HD format war to end? Seek solace in the Phillips DVP5986K, their latest DVD upscaling player to boost your collection to 1080p.
True-to-life audio clarity is the tune that Razer is singing for its newest Piranha headset. Will the gaming community bite?