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03/12/2014 Is this the best buy of 2014?

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Len Wallis reflects on what could be the best Audio ‘steal’ of 2014! “For the greater part of my early career in this industry we would look to the rest of the world and envy overseas markets – audio equipment was always much cheaper in those markets than they were in Australia. High import tariffs, […]

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06/11/2014 Awarding industry winners in 2014

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Len Wallis reflects on industry awards for 2014… The 2015 annual Sound and Image awards (yes I know they are early) were held in Melbourne a little over a week ago. This is always an eagerly anticipated event when we all look forward to what product will receive a gong in their respective categories each […]

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16/10/2014 Sonos gives wireless streaming a BOOST

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We realise that this was simply a matter of good timing, but the recent comments we published lamenting the decision by Sonos to move to built-in Wi-Fi at the expense of the very successful ‘Bridge’ has taken an interesting twist with the release of their newest product – the ‘Boost’. The Boost is a more […]

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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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