Monday, January 30, 2006
Source: SnapStream Blog
... six state-of-the-art drivers: a 1-inch SPAL™ satin-anodized pure-aluminum dome tweeter; two 4.5-inch MLP™ mica-loaded-polymer bass/midrange cones with Paradigm’s trademark AVS™ airflow ventilation system cooling, and a die-cast heat sink chassis on each driver; three 4.5-inch mineral-filled polypropylene bass cones, also with AVS™ cooling and die-cast chassis; a high-velocity low-noise aluminum port; composite MDF/aluminum baffle; and a sleek, acoustically inert extruded-aluminum enclosure.Millenia is available for $1000 a pair in chrome or black finish.
This is an exciting opportunity for Toshiba that will enable the Company to take advantage of a number of strategic opportunities in a sector which we believe has tremendous growth potential. We are confident that this transaction is a win-win situation for Toshiba and Westinghouse, through which both companies will enjoy enhanced growth opportunities in the nuclear industry. Together with Westinghouse's dedicated workforce, we intend to grow the business, to retain Westinghouse's U.S. identity with Pittsburgh at the center of Westinghouse's U.S. and European activities, and to make continued investments for further growth.Noticed the nuclear industry growth? Not just flat panels, eh.
... boasted a high quality, wide color gamut that exceeded NTSC color values by an average of 120% for red, green and blue - resulting in an exceptionally well-saturated picture (the perception was one of oversaturation at times since we're not used to seeing this much color in a display).The best part of Sanyo's LED technology besides the missing color wheel and no warm up times, is the "no lamp replacement" policy since LED would be good for the life of the product.
ProtonÂs 37-inch LX-37A6C2(B) and 32-inch LC-32B6C2(B) LCD TVs are available now from authorized Proton dealers at suggested prices of $2,799 and $1,699, respectively. The 55- and 47-inch Puriti LCD TV, due in Second Quarter 2006, and the 42-inch LX- 42A6C2(B), due in First Quarter 2006, will be available at suggested prices still to be determined.
Endorphin is a neurochemical occurring naturally in the human brain. It promotes more dopamine to be released, providing feelings of enjoyment and pleasure.The tech specs are top notch: Endorphin uses dual, fully balanced tube, class A zero feedback analog output that is preceded by dual differential 24-bit delta-sigma DACs with conversion rate of up to 192Kz. Dynamic range is 120Db with THD of -100Db. Output connectors give you a choice of a pair of balanced XLRs or pair of RCA, or SPDIF digital coax or optical. This beauty is expected in April for 4500 Euro ( about $5454).
The same enjoyment and pleasure as you can now experience when playing your favorite music with Pathos' newest CD player Endorphin.
At $1,599, the S-301 is very expensive for a compact music system. Yes, it sounds terrific and yes, it does what it promises to do very well. It's a great solution for anyone who wants convincing surround sound without the hassle of rear speakers. At that price, though, I'd like to see HD Radio and satellite radio compatibility along with the SD card slot. The iPod bling is a big plus but maybe not worth what it cost Denon to license. The S-101, a lower-power, non-iPod-ready version, lists for $999. But without the power features of the S-301 it'?s just not the same.