Posts Tagged ‘volume’
 
 
 
 
Home Theater
 
55430w-C2 54" 3.0 Home Theater Sound Bar main
55430w-C2 54" 3.0 Home Theater Sound Bar main
55430w-C2 54" 3.0 Home Theater Sound Bar main

Vizio S5430w-C2 54″ 3.0 Home Theater Sound Bar Review

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or the longest time the 19” color TV was the acme of size to be found in the home. Then along came flat panels and before you knew what had happened, the 42” size took over where the cathode...
 
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Home Theater
 
Sceptre SB301524W Smart Speaker Sound Bar 2.1 with Built-in Subwoofer& Android Platform
Sceptre SB301524W Smart Speaker Sound Bar 2.1 with Built-in Subwoofer& Android Platform
Sceptre SB301524W Smart Speaker Sound Bar 2.1 with Built-in Subwoofer& Android Platform

Sceptre SB301524W Smart Speaker Sound Bar 2.1 with Built-in Subwoofer And Android Platform Review

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he purpose of a Sound bar is to provide louder volume than that of the TV that is has been placed or mounted in front of. This simple concept — driven home by the proliferation of ever thinn...
 
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Home Theater
 
STANMORE - Active Loudspeaker
STANMORE - Active Loudspeaker
STANMORE - Active Loudspeaker

Marshall Headphones STANMORE – Active Stereo Loudspeaker Review

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here’s a lot of Bluetooth speakers on the market and in varying sizes and shapes. But few aspire to a retail of $400.00 because of inexpensive materials corralled together to form a speaker-...
 
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Tablets
 
Spark Digital Studio-Grade Microphone
Spark Digital Studio-Grade Microphone
Spark Digital Studio-Grade Microphone

Spark Digital Studio-Grade Microphone for iPad and USB Review

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icrophones don’t have the panache of a video camera and no one seems to care what kind is inside their mobile device as long as it records. But because smartphones and tablets are increasing...
 
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Concepts
 
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radio-rolling-turn-on
radio-rolling-turn-on

Concept: The Rolling Radio

This may well qualify as the strangest radio I've ever seen.  Not only doesn't it have any outward controls or indicators, it also rolls around freely on a tabletop. That's because the very things that make it roll also change ...