Question: Your recommendations of CD players seem to only be for single-disc players. We currently have a 5-disc changer, which is great when you want to have music playing for a longer time. What do you recommend? What about a dual cassette deck to play ... ( read original story ...)
Excellent condition Onkyo TX-RZ900 with box, remote and all accessories etc. Outstanding receiver and incredibly well reviewed with Atmos, wifi and the best DAC you will find at this price. Just going to separates. Excellent condition with no damage ... ( read original story ...)
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As the title states, I'd like to find a (gently used) DP-X1A. Price to be negotiated, but I'm willing to pay a fair price for one (but, hopefully slightly less than a new one). I'm in the US (near Seattle), so a US seller would be preferred, but not a ... ( read original story ...
The humble soundbar has come a long way from the days when it was merely an upgrade to a TV’s built-in speakers. While that remains the primary purpose of a soundbar, these days you’ll find numerous models with capabilities—and even sound quality ... ( read original story ...)
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Soundbars offer an affordable, better-sounding alternative to the built-in speakers on today’s ultra-thin TVs. The tiny speaker arrays in flat-panel displays simply aren’t capable of moving enough air to reliably deliver clear dialog, swelling music ... ( read original story ...)