August 3, 2009

Olive Opus No. 4 - Sweet Music

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Olive's new Opus No. 4 produces high quality sound and can hold as much as 2TB of tunes, or about 6,000 CDs. Hook it up to your music system without use of a PC and playback via its intuitive color-coded touchscreen. Other features include simple digitizing through its DAC, preset and added Internet radio stations and genre specific details. Playback to up to 10 rooms in your home with an added Melody Hi-Fi Multi-Room Player. The Opus No. 4 will be available this month in 500GB, 1TB and 2TB models for $1,499.00, $1,599.00 and $1,799.00 respectively.

Via PR Web

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July 23, 2009

The Return of Zumreed Dreams

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We can never get used to earbuds somehow and wireless ones tend to be bulky and awkward, so to see the return of the cool and comfortable Zumreed Dreams' ZHP-005 Headphones is a welcome one. Available in 5 different colors, they feature an impedance of 32 ohms, a 40mW frequency response of 20 - 20,000Hz, a cord length of 1.2m and a sensitivity of 104 +/- 3db. Find your fave for $65.99.

Via Audio Cubes

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Onkyo Home Theater Receiver

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Onkyo continues to put out quality home theater receivers at affordable prices. Their latest is the HT-RC160 7.2-channel Receiver with the ability to upscale and decode almost everything. It has 5 HDMI 1.3a inputs, DTS and Dolby audio, a deinterlacer with Faroudja DCDi Edge technology and 2 line-outs for another playback system. There is almost no end to the possibilities with whatever components you decide to incorporate, including MP3 players, game systems, DVD players and even HD radio.

Via HT-RC160 7.2-channel Receiver

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July 22, 2009

Teac All-in-One Audio Player/Recorder

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Teac has a new do-all audio device. The LP-R550 has a CD player/recorder with a PLL synthesized AM/FM tuner, a 3-speed turntable with auto-return and a cassette player/recorder. Available in Japan for ~$750.00, it comes with remote and built-in 3.5W x 2ch speakers.

Via Crunch Gear

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July 10, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Photon Ball/iPod Dock

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Feed your friends' and family's heads with the Excalibur 135BK SoundMaster Photon Ball with Dock for iPod. While your music player is playing and charging, the 9.1 x 9.1 x 11.8" display will move to the music and can be synced to your Mac or PC. It also has an LCD alarm clock and AM/FM tuner so that you can wake up to the music. Groovy for sure and compatible with all iPods with docking capability.

Via SoundMaster Photon Ball/iPod Dock

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July 9, 2009

Sonos Latest Controller Features Touchscreen

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Pix of the Sonos CR200 controller have finally been revealed. The touchscreen features an on-screen QWERTY keyboard and a lock when searching for tunes or artists. Not much else has been released newswise except the obvious absence of the scroll wheel.

Via Automated Home

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July 6, 2009

EZ Dupe With Copy Protection

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NVU has developed a way to protect musicians, videographers and others who burn their own media and embed copy-protection onto it. With incorporated SATA technology, the EZ Dupe Disk Lok systems guarantees faster and more accurate transfer. The units can also be used as DVD/CD duplicators and are equipped with an integrated 250 GB hard drive. Contact EZ Dupe for more details.

Via NVU

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July 3, 2009

Marantz CD6300 CD Player

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Marantz has unveiled its latest CD player. The CD6003 supports CD and CD-R/RW, WMA (48-320kbps,) MP3 (32-320kbps,) AAC (8-320kbps) and WAV files. With a frequency response of 2 - 20,000Hz, a signal to noise ratio of 110dB and a THD of 0.002%, the player will released in July with a MSRP of ¥49,800 (~$523.00.)

Via Akihabara News

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June 30, 2009

Crosley Plays it All

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We dig the retro look of electronics from Crosley and the fact that we can play music on it that we never managed to convert. For example, the Crosley Rochester Entertainment Center comes with a 3-speed turntable, programmable CD player, side mounted cassette deck and AM/FM radio. Housed in wood, it also has an external antenna and full range stereo speakers.

Via Crosley

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June 18, 2009

Convert Your Router to a WiFi Radio

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Jeff Keyzer took an Asus WL-520gU Wireless Router and turned it into a DIY WiFi Radio. He removed the USB connector and wired it directly to simplify things. The cabinet was built from scratch by one of his neighbors. Excluding the case, it only cost him $147.09. Check out his other materials and instructions if you would like to duplicate his efforts. Nice job, Jeff.

Via mighty Ohm

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