CEDIA 2006

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John Atkinson Posted: Sep 14, 2006 2 comments
As they had done at CES, Andrew Lipinski (right) and Lukas Lipinski set up a full surround system using their L-707 two-way monitors that had so impressed Larry Greenhill when he reviewed them for Stereophile last December.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Sep 14, 2006 5 comments
Stereophile is scheduled for an exclusive one-on-one demo tomorrow with the new Revel loudspeakers, but we couldn't resist tantalizing you with a glimpse of the $22,000/pair Ultima 2 flagship, the Salon2.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Sep 14, 2006 0 comments
Lionel Goodfield gave us a taste of things to come: The $3500 P5.3 balanced, full-feature preamplifer. It's slated to replace the P3 and P5, and introduces technology pioneered by the P7 Evolution.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Sep 14, 2006 1 comments
CEDIA is filled with niche products that most charitably can be labeled weird. Here Primedia's Laura LoVecchio poses with a MLB-themed television. Die-hard Mets fan that she is, she's pointing in revulsion at the Yankees logo hidden on the back.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Sep 14, 2006 1 comments
MartinLogan subwoofers? Yup—although the Kansas company is known as an electrostatic specialist, they've been making subs for a long while. The new $2995 Descent1 seems pretty spiffy, though: Top-mounted control interface (hidden under the logo plate), three rigid-chassis, aluminum-cone drivers, triple-servo monitoring, a sealed cabinet enclosure, and three 250W Vojtko amplifiers.

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