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NuVision's 23in., 26in., 32in., and 37in. Deep Black LCD screens incorporate proprietary NiDO (NuVision Intelligent Digital Optimization) for crisp images and smooth motion...

Technology Showcase:
Focused Loudspeaker Systems
 
By Bruce Borgerson
Most commercial loudspeaker systems are directional, at least to some extent. Line array principles and horn-type waveguides are useful in aiming loudspeakers to cover portions of a seating area or to minimize interference in clustered applications...

AES 2005 
By George Petersen
The 119th convention of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) in New York was a turning point in many ways, particularly for those of us who work in live sound. For years, the number of sound...

CEDIA Award Winners  
By Mark Johnson
In a word, yikes! That about sums up the 2005 CEDIA EXPO. The show has outgrown its home at the Indy convention center/RCA Dome. Exhibitors' booths were set up in every conceivable location, with overflow into the Marriott across the street...

Martin Audio AQ6/AQ210 
By John McJunkin
Martin Audio has a rightfully earned a reputation for manufacturing high-quality loudspeakers, and the company has a large array of products available for many distinct applications. A recent addition...

RBH Sound Introduces MC-83 and MC-6DB In-wall Speakers  

RBH Sound introduces two new in-wall loudspeakers. Offering greater levels of sound, power, and customization, the MC-83 and MC-6DB provide high-end in-wall performance at an affordable price point. The MC-83 replaces the MC-8 as the company's ultimate 8in. in-wall speaker. Capable of handling 170W of power from its discrete in-wall position, the MC-83 easily reproduces powerful effects in movies and music. Equipped with a large 8in. aluminum cone woofer, a 2.5in. aluminum dome midrange, and a 1in. aluminum dome tweeter, the new MC-83's significantly enhanced midrange section provides the full-range accuracy necessary for maximum home theater speaker performance. ...

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Technology Showcase:
Noise-masking Systems
  
By Tim O'Leary
Aristotle once said, Why is it the buzzing in the ears ceases if one makes a sound? Is it because a greater sound drives out the less? This statement...

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