Receiver and Processor Reviews
- Written by John E. Johnson, Jr.
- Published on 15 May 2008
ARC, or Anthem Room Correction, has been a long time in coming.Â Its origins can be traced back as far as 1990 to research conducted at Canada's NRC (National Research Council).Â Was it worth the wait?Â Our Brian Florian finds out!
- Written by Ross Jones
- Published on 07 April 2008
TheÂ Integra DTR 7.8 seven-channel A/V receiver has cutting edge features such as HDMI 1.3a, and internal processing of the latest hi-resolution audio codecs. It offers THX Ultra2 certification at an amazinglyÂ low price, and most importantly, produces the clean, neutral sound that weâ€™ve come to expect from Integra products. Integra has produced another winner here.
- Written by Matthew Abel
- Published on 07 November 2007
Over the years, I have reviewed a number of Yamaha's mid-range receivers and have always liked their design and the value they offered. However, I was curious about what stepping up to a more expensive Yamaha model would yield, so I was very excited to have the opportunity to review the RX-V2700.
- Written by Lee Hower
- Published on 10 March 2008
- Written by Sandy Bird
- Published on 28 December 2007
The SSP (Surround Sound Processor) world has been a sad place for the last couple of years. All the mass market companies were implementing HDMI on just about every model of receiver they had, but all the high-end SSP companies hesitated, because HDMI versions kept changing.