Dennis Burger has been reviewing and writing about consumer electronics since 1999. He and his wife live in Montgomery, AL.
Here’s a thought experiment for you: if you were to design a wireless digital multiroom music system, what would it look like?
One of my favorite philosophers, the neuroscientist Sam Harris, frequently makes an intriguing point about the future of artificial intelligence.
Incredible Sounding Speaker With Distinct Design Features, Atmos Expandability
The Viotti One is the result of collaboration between Markaudio Ltd. and Sota Acoustics, who joined forces to create a new brand dubbed, logically enough, MarkAudio-SOTA.
Judging by the reaction to the official unveiling of Alexa/Control4 integration at this year’s CEDIA, it’s also a thing that a lot of people really, really want in their own homes. But what does it mean for you, the Control4 dealer (or potential Control4 dealer), who now has to integrate this $180 voice-activated speaker into systems both large and small?
Five minutes into unboxing Focal’s Dôme Flax speaker system, I realized I needed an adult, or at the very least a more comprehensible instruction manual.
Or so I thought. Turns out, a new outdoor speaker system from Origin Acoustics is also reason enough to dig trenches and bury subwoofers in the sort of heat that causes the atmosphere to explode with little or no warning.
The KEF Q Series is a bit of a minor miracle, really: an incredibly affordable, high-performance sound system that adapts itself (sonically, at least) to any room.
Is there anything worse in the world of AV than those teeny tiny speakers built into today’s high-performance TVs?
The Custom OD 108 is one of those rare speakers that shines just as brightly when whispering as when driven like a beast of burden from the depths of hell.
The full BP900 speaker family
BP9060 Bipolar Tower Speaker
A close up of the base of Definitive Technology’s BP9060 and its height-channel module
The iconic Definitive Technology logo.
Looking down at the Definitive Technology BP9060 Bipolar Tower Speaker
An example of the BP9060 speaker towers at home.
The CS9080 component center channel speaker
The back panel of the CS9080
A width up shot of the CS9080
The A90 component height modules
The A90 height module integrated with the BP9060 tower speaker
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