Archive for September, 2014

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23/09/2014 Dolby Atmos – Beyond Surround Sound


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Experienced Sales and Custom Consultant, Juan Leon investigates the impending release of Dolby Atmos technology and what it means for Home Cinema. Atmos: from the Greek word ατμού – which has a literal meaning or ‘vapor’ or ‘smoke’.   In real life, sounds come from all around us, including overhead. This three dimensional sound experience […]

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22/09/2014 Sonos bridges the reliability gap in wireless streaming


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In a quest to cut a few dollars, Len Wallis argues, reliability and experience often suffers… I find this to be a strange industry at time, being heavily influenced by factors outside of what is important (which is performance, usability and reliability.) A good example of this is the recent move by Sonos to distance […]

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19/09/2014 Naim takes wireless aim


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  There can be no doubt that the hot product (or combination of products) of the moment is high definition wireless streaming audio – and suddenly the market is being inundated with new product. Interestingly (and thankfully) many of these new releases are coming from established companies who have been working in the Hi-Fi market […]

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