When I lived in Australia, Cyrus was one of my dream brands to own. Cyrus Audio is a well-known British specialist audio company with a solid research and development team leading the charge toward the manufacturing of precision hi-fi equipment.
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Playing music on vinyl has remained popular among music lovers, especially within the audiophile community, but for the average customer as well. Vinyl is prized for its warm sound and faithful reproduction, and choosing to listen to music on vinyl means building a stereo system designed for the medium.
Since the release of UHD, the debate as to whether a given release of a product with the technology is true 4K or not has been rampant on the forums.
Display calibration helps home video displays deliver the best possible image quality. Most televisions and home video systems display wildly inaccurate images when first installed.
As the Munich High End 2017 trade event gets underway, here are some highlights and notable products from Day 2.
The Munich High End trade show kicks off today, but a littering a new product announcements have already begun to trickle in. Here are my picks of some the most interesting new products to be revealed.
At one time or another, Sony, LG, and Samsung hailed Quantum Dot (or its variants) as the next big thing in LCD TV technology. I'm not here to argue the efficacy of the technology, but to explain "what is Quantum Dot?"
I bought a YesGo case for my iPhone 7, based on an Amazon.ca main page suggestion, for $55. I bought it, quite honestly, as a stopgap solution until I could find a more permanent case.
A good (or bad) customer service experience can make or break a company. It's no longer primarily about the product, especially not in the world of consumer electronics.
Every person and his uncle claims that sales of physical media is on a decline. Perhaps that's the case in terms of percentage of sales, but not in sales numbers. In fact, in looking at the first nine months following introduction of the format, sales of UHD 4K Blu-ray discs have actually surpassed the sale of regular Blu-ray discs by a rate of two-to-one, according to Blu-ray Forum statistics.
For the longest time, I haven't been happy with my TV's sound. Who is anyway? There are several options to get around this. You could get a soundbar/soundbase, which I have in my bedroom. But this can often mean a compromise in sound quality for music listening (though it's more than acceptable for movie watching). Plus, I still need to connect my turntable, run my music from a USB key, and listen to Australia's Boom Radio from TuneIn.