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    Marantz SA-11S2 SACD/CD Player Review

    Marantz has been in the home electronics game for over 50 years now. I won’t go into their long and storied history, but it has covered a lot of territory.  From its beginnings as Saul Marantz’s vision of high quality home entertainment products to the large Japanese conglomerate it is today, Marantz...

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    Boston Acoustics TVee Model 20 Review

    At my home we’re fighting clutter, which means taking a hard look at the stuff my wife and I have accumulated over our 40-plus years each and giving away what we no longer use. And that’s quite a lot. There’s something freeing about clearing out space and opening a room to feng...

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    Trends Audio Mini Component Combo Review

    Trends Audio is a Hong Kong based high end audio company that is interested in making music lovers and Hi-Fi aficionados in our neck of the woods aware of their product line. They make mini size components which have been positively reviewed across the web. Some of their products feature cutting edge...

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    Element Cable Apollo Speaker Cable Review

    Evidence of my recent obsession with evaluating high end audio cable with silver conductors can be found in my two part affordable silver cable overview (LINK), and (LINK), and with my Kimber silver overview (LINK). Element Cable’s Silver Serenade interconnect was featured in Part One of my overview, and I found it...

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    E5Ti Speaker Review

    By now, you’ve probably heard of the EMP Impression Series E5Ti speakers (the “i” stands for Impression and the “R” designation in the review title refer to the Red Burl finish on the review pair). They’ve pretty much taken the Internet by storm. EMP Tek, sister company to the well respected RBH...

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    Yamaha RX-Z7 7.1 Channel Receiver Review

    The Yamaha RX-Z7 offers benchmark performance in virtually every category with the only caveat being it generates a lot of heat. Armed to the teeth with all of the latest audio and video processing features, along with a host of multi room and networking capabilities, the RX-Z7 leaves little to be desired...

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    Canon PowerShot S90 Digital Camera Review

    The Canon PowerShot S90 is designed for photography enthusiasts and it carries a hefty price tag to prove it. It also has some of the best controls you’ll find on a compact camera for manual and semimanual shooting modes. Its lens and photo quality are top notch, too. Actually, about the only...

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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 Digital Camera Review

    It may lack the retro slick design of its main competitor, the Olympus E-P1, but Panasonic gets it almost pitch perfect with the Lumix DMC-GF1, a jacket-pocket-size interchangeable-lens model with the feel and features that draw people to enthusiast compacts like the Canon PowerShot G11. While it’s still not quite suited for...

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    Kodak EasyShare Z915 Digital Camera Review

    There are plenty of sub-$200 compact cameras around, but few offer as much as the Kodak EasyShare Z915. The pocket megazoom camera has a strong feature set including fully manual and fully automatic shooting options. It’s uncomplicated to use and has faster performance than much of the competition. It has some photo...

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    Nikon Coolpix P100 Digital Camera Review

    The Nikon Coolpix P100 is capable of doing some extraordinary things. It’s chock-full of shooting options centered on a high-speed CMOS sensor married with a 26x megazoom lens. Things like high-speed photo and video shooting, fun modes and settings for near endless experimentation, and 1080p HD-quality movie recording are all here. The...

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    Canon Vixia HF200 Camcorder Review

    Canon’s acquitted itself quite well with a nearly identical trio of flash-based AVCHD camcorders, the HF10/HF11/HF100, and follow-up models HF20 and HF200 manage to improve upon their legacy. The only difference between the two models is color and memory configuration: the HF20 has 32GB built in, while the HF200 has none. We...

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    Flip UltraHD Camcorder Review

    Every six months or so, Flip Video–slated to be absorbed by Cisco by the end of the year–puts out a new model or two of its popular YouTube-friendly point-and-shoot mini camcorders. Late last year it was the MinoHD. Now, for spring 2009, the company brings us two updated versions of the Ultra:...

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