AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
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With mahogany ear-cups and professionally tuned 50mm drivers, the Denon AHD-7100 is a premium offering for audiophiles. We put it through its paces to discover if it's really worth S$1699.
The MG-850HD is a regular-sized 720p home entertainment projector with a built-in dock that features 2,800 lumens of light outputs, a 1.2x non-powered optical zoom lens, and a lamp life of 4,000 hours under typical use. Read on to find out if it delivers.
Armed with a 4-inch cone woofer and a 0.375-inch tweeter, along with its unique octagonal design, the Yamaha PDX-B11 seeks to carve a niche for itself in the rapidly saturating portable, Bluetooth speakers market segment. Does it succeed in its endeavors or fall short of the mark?
Compared to the M300X of 2010, NEC's latest M311X business-oriented projector offers higher brightness (3,100 vs. 3,000 lumens), and much improved lamp life under Eco mode (10,000 vs. 6,000 hours). It's also decked with all sorts of connectivity options. Here's our review of this XGA projector.
Aiming to provide high-end audio performance, the Audio Technica ATH-W3000ANV is a premium and exclusive pair of headphones that look the part. The question is, will the product be able to deliver on the promise of top-notch sound, or will it fall short of the lofty mark expected? Read on for our evaluation.
LG has made impressive announcements and demos of their display technologies and Smart platforms at CES 2013. While the AV products were definitely crowd pullers, LG has a much bigger agenda to deliver a smart home with new connected appliances. We round-up LG's efforts as witnessed from the show.
How has LG's new 9.1-channel home theater-in-a-box (HTIB) system improved in this year's revision? Does the 3D audio processing really help? We share our brief experience from what we've experienced at the greatest tech show on the planet.
Priced at S$165, the Nokia Purity Stereo Headset by Monster features 9mm dynamic drivers and flat, non-tangle cords. Made almost entirely out of plastic, will these funky-colored in-ears meet our standards? Read on to find out.
Compatible with the iPod, iPhone, and even the iPad, the Soundfreaq SFQ-03 with its 2.2-speaker configuration supports audio playback through its docking cradle or wirelessly via Bluetooth. It can also be paired with other devices including Android smartphones and allows charging via USB. We find out how this Sound Stack matches up against existing iDevice designed docking stations in the market.
Priced at S$330, the on-ear Nokia Purity HD Stereo Headset by Monster is very travel-friendly, with its flat cables as well as the ability to be folded and stowed away neatly in the carrying case. We take it to the labs to see if its hefty price tag is justifiable.