- Total power: 130 Watts / Magnetic Shielding Prevents Unwanted Interference / Stylish Design Matches Plasma and LCD TVs
- Yamaha's high-performance YST-FSW100 Advanced YSTII Subwoofer gives your Bassthe extra thump it needs when you're enjoying your favorite songs or movies.
- How does it deliver that? For starters, the new "Half Pipe" port design smoothes out the bass and minimizes unwanted noise.
- The advanced YST II technology drives the speaker cone with tighter control than before, giving you a more stable and accurate low-range response and more natural, energetic bass reproduction.
- The attractive, stylish design matches perfectly with the newest Flat-screen monitors and Plasma TVs.
- Dynamic Power: 130 Watts
- Output Power(5 ohms, 100Hz, 10% THD): 75 watts
- Frequency Response: 30-200 Hz
- Magnetic shielding around Drivers Block interference that causes Distortion
- Color: Black
- Dimensions(WxHxD): 15 3/4" x 14 3/4" x 6 3/16" (400 x 375 x 157 mm)
- Weight: 19.8 lbs. (9 kg)
Monday, June 30, 2008
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Cable lentgh: 52 inches
Sensitivity: 119 dB/mW
Frequency response: 20 Hz -18 kHz
Impedance: 27 ohms
Driver: Dual balanced armatures with a passive crossover
Features: Replaceable foam Comply Canal tips, zip carrying case
Weight: 1.02 oz (29g)
Speaker Type: Dual TruAcoustic Microspeakers
Sensitivity (1mW): 109 dB SPL/mW
Impedance (1kHz): 22 ohms
Frequency Range: 20Hz
cable Lentgh Without Extension: 18in./45cm
Cable Lentgh With Extension: 54in./136cm
We strive to be the best at what we do. We know the difference between a dual driver earphone and a single driver earphone, the difference between the sound signatures of a Shure earphone, an Ultimate Ears earphone and a Westone earphone. We can tell you what “microphonics” is.
So you can trust us when we rank the best earphones here. All of the in-ear earphones (also known as ear canal headphones) you find on Earphone Solutions are special and of the highest quality, but the ones you see rated here are, well, extra-special. Of course this is a very personal matter, however we have found along these 7 years that, the great majority of our customers that had the chance to try more than one model, are in agreement with our findings. Our staff, contributors and friends simply listen to all the earphones and then we vote the best earphones for the iPod and other portables. We listen to all kinds of music in different situations and with different sources. We do not get hung on technical specifications. We simply listen to them. We also take in account comfort, fit, ease of use, build quality, manufacturer's warranty, manufacturer's customer support, cost and of course, sound quality, in order to rank the best earphones.So, after much testing, jogging, listening at home, on the airplane, at the subway station, we decided to list here the best in-ear earphones available today in the market.
The best earphones are listed here in order of our preference. The Shure SE530-PTH, most recent arrival Shure SE420 and the UM2 are our overall best ear canal headphones, combining the best fit, comfort and sound, along with the best fitting cables. The difference here between the UM2 and the SE530 (SE420 has the same sound signature but on a dual driver configuration -- less expensive, slightly less detail) will be personal taste. The SE530 outputs slightly more detail in the mid range and highs. The UM2 has slightly stronger bass. The SE530 is slightly brighter while the UM2 is slightly more balanced (flatter). The Shure SCL5 comes in second place now as the best option for professional musicians with very strong highs and lows. We tested them with a RIO player, iPod 30GB, iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle and a Sony CD player. Enjoy the "The Best Earphones" below!
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Top-notch picture and convenient HDMI switchingOnkyo designed the DVD player to produce a crisp, detailed picture from your favorite movies, TV show box sets, and concert videos. If you have an HDTV with an HDMI input, the DVD player upconverts the signal from standard DVDs to match your set's high-definition display. And if your television has only one HDMI input, you'll really appreciate the receiver's 1080p-compatible HDMI switching capability. This lets you hook up the DVD player and a second high-resolution video component and switch between them easily, while maintaining the best possible picture quality for both. You'll also get plenty of other audio/video inputs and outputs to accommodate your gear, including high-definition-capable component video.
Inputs & Outputs
Analog Audio Inputs 6
HDMI Inputs 2
HDMI Outputs 1
Optical Digital Inputs 2
Coaxial Digital Inputs 2
Composite Video Inputs 4
Composite Video Outputs 1
S-Video Inputs 3
S-Video Outputs 1
Component Video Inputs 3
Component Video Outputs 1
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Saturday, June 21, 2008
Enjoy acclaimed SoundDock™ performance almost anywhere.
iPod® chargerCharges docked iPod®/iPhone™ from either A/C or battery power.
Touch-sensitive volume control buttons Enables user to adjust volume directly on speaker if remote is not readily available.
The new Sony SRS-ZX1 speakers that measures 3.1 x 6.6 x 7.4-inches is expected to be available in coming October 20th in Japan for ¥49,350 or about USD $425, but no words on whether the speakers will be available in other area yet.
Aside from the creepy robots and good food, there are other reasons to want to be Japanese—like Sony's SRS-ZX1 speakers. The shiny, metallically chic speakers come with a technology that Sony calls the "Mobius Duct," which supposedly creates a potent low-frequency response. The thing is, no one really knows what a Mobius Duct is, except a fancy way of saying "better bass than some other low-end speakers."
Sunday, June 1, 2008
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