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KEF Launches fivetwo Series NXT-equipped Lifestyle Loudspeakers

KEF Launches fivetwo Series NXT-equipped Lifestyle Loudspeakers

NXT is pleased to confirm the launch of the new fivetwo series loudspeakers from UK Hi-Fi specialist KEF. The latest in a proud line of high-end loudspeakers that stretches back over 45 years, KEF’s fivetwo series incorporates its own Uni-Q technology and NXT SurfaceSound to realise rich, room-filling sound, beautiful avant-garde design and five audio channels from just two speakers.

The KEF fivetwo series made its debut at the 2006 IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung) show in Berlin and was one of the stars of the show. It was extremely well received by the European media and attendees, its elegant and classy design particularly popular with the show’s female visitors.

New THIEL SCS4 multi-channel bookshelf loudspeaker offers very high performance at an affordable price

New THIEL SCS4 multi-channel bookshelf loudspeaker offers very high performance at an affordable price

August 2006: U.S. loudspeaker company, THIEL Audio, will preview its new high performance, very affordable, Coherent Source® SCS4 at this year’s CEDIA Expo in Denver, CO, September 14-17, booth SR-18. The new SCS4 LCR (Left-Center-Right), targeted for the $1000 each price range, is part of the THIEL’s complete line of loudspeakers designed as the ultimate solution for home theater and music sound systems.

The 17.5” tall and 8.5” wide SCS4 is a versatile, two-way, bookshelf-sized speaker system uniquely suited for outstanding front, rear, or center channel use regardless of listener position or speaker location. The SCS4’s high output capability and very high 90dB efficiency perfectly meet the demands of today’s home theater systems, and its innovative, advanced driver design, based on product designer Jim Thiel’s 30 year-experience, provides extremely realistic sonic reproduction.

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Bosendorfer Loudspeakers

Bosendorfer Loudspeakers

As the music get louder the speakers get bigger or compactor? The company known for making pianos has also gotten in to the business of high end loudspeakers. Bösendorfer has been making pianos for a centaury, but has just stepped in to the rush hour of speaker business. Having spent four years in the market, this company has come up with speakers that work on the sonic resonance. The VC 7 and AC 7 come with a choice of finish. The lacquered or the hardwood finishes are both equally good.  The sound of the speaker is strikingly similar to the real sound. Even a person with a golden ear can’t make out the difference.

Apple: we don’t build backdoors into any services

Apple: we don’t build backdoors into any services

Recently, Apple products were run through a gamut of tests by a forensic scientist. This expert claimed that a backdoor existed in Apple products, and those were used by the NSA to exploit features in iOS. Though this expert didn’t directly blame Apple for creating a loophole, he did note they tend to be widespread. Apple has since issued a response.

 

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Overcast podcast app squeezes silence for faster listening

Overcast podcast app squeezes silence for faster listening

Two elements make Overcast an app that’s not to be missed for podcast - or if not to be missed, at least not to be skipped over as a demo. Here you’ll be able to work with two new elements developed by Marco Arment, both conjured up by the creator all the way back in the year 2012. One is called Smart Speed, the other called Voice Boost.

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Report: Apple solves battery issue for iPhone 6

Report: Apple solves battery issue for iPhone 6

The incoming iPhone 6 is reportedly larger, slimmer, and much more like an iPad or iPod in form factor. That slim profile, which is said to be around 6mm thin, has reportedly been causing issues for Apple in sourcing a battery. Samsung and LG both thought they had Apple’s problem handled, but it seems a new player has emerged victorious.

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Amazon wants FAA to let them stretch their drone wings

Amazon wants FAA to let them stretch their drone wings

Do you remember those Amazon drones, the ones the company thinks will be delivering your packages? Those are a real thing, and Amazon is trying to make a go of it. They’ve sent a letter to the FAA asking to test the drones on longer flights. Their goal is innovation, as they say they need to let the little guys stretch their proverbial wings.

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iPhone 6 design, release window tipped by Spigen

iPhone 6 design, release window tipped by Spigen

If the ongoing spat of iPhone 6 rumors wasn’t enough to tip you off to the design, this may do it. Case maker Spigen, who have an excellent track record of leaking designs early, have a slew of iPhone 6 cases available for pre-order. The cases also show off an iPhone 6 mock-up, hinting that all the rumors we’ve heard about its design are accurate.

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Google asked to include other app stores in Play: should they?

Google asked to include other app stores in Play: should they?

A recent lawsuit overseas suggests Google is exercising anti-competitive actions. The crux of the complaint has to do with Google strong-arming those app download portals that aren’t theirs, effectively placing a scarlet letter on anything that isn’t the Play Store. Part of the complaint asks that Google take smaller app portals under the Play Store umbrella, but should they?

 

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