- Written by Gabriel Lowe
- Published on 20 April 2015
Whether you have a need for height channels for that Dolby Atmos upgrade you are considering, or just great sounding in-ceiling or in-wall speakers for any room in the house, it can be a daunting challenge to find something that doesn’t compromise on quality for convenience. The GoldenEar Invisa HTR-7000 speakers aim to meet that challenge.
- Written by Yongki Go
- Published on 25 March 2015
As one of the speakers in the current JBL home-audio series, Studio 290 employs features derived from JBL longstanding history and experience in audio. This review hopefully sheds some light on the bang-for-the-buck performance of these speakers.
- Written by Kevin Lichterman
- Published on 18 February 2015
- Written by Piero Gabucci
- Published on 23 March 2015
I wasn’t able to attend CEDIA 2014 last fall in Denver where Paradigm Audio revealed their new Prestige Series, but I was able to tour their facility in Mississauga, Ontario where the speakers are completely designed and fabricated in-house. Then I was able to review them in my own space.
- Written by Jared Rachwalski
- Published on 17 March 2015
The Motion 60XT tower speaker is the flagship conventional loudspeaker from the electrostatic speaker giant MartinLogan.
- Written by Carlo Lo Raso
- Published on 29 December 2014
The ForceField 5 ranks as GoldenEar’s most potent offering in their subwoofer product line. Primarily, it will impress you by the significant quantities of tuneful, articulate bass it produces over a broad range of material. You will then be further amazed when you notice that all this sonic goodness is emanating from a cabinet that is barely the size of your average beverage cooler.
- Written by Jay Haider
- Published on 09 March 2015
As its name suggests, the Mini A is the baby of Bryston’s Model A lineup. It has a 1” metal dome tweeter, 3” midrange, and 6.5” woofer, in a slender rear-ported trapezoidal enclosure. All of the drive units are custom made to Bryston’s specifications, in a Canadian factory.
Setting up a Home Theater Speaker System that doesn't Dominate the Room Decor - An Experiment with Axiom Audio Speakers
- Written by John E. Johnson, Jr.
- Published on 09 December 2014
Over the past decade, we have seen the number of speakers in a home theater system go from 5.1, to 7.1 and beyond. This presents a problem in having the space to put all these speakers. Although it is nice to have large speakers that will play loud for the current deluge of high impact movies full of mechanical monstors and massive guns, putting nine or more speakers in the den where your home theater is, will certainly set off an argument with your significant other, even if the speakers are beautiful. So, I decided to put together a 5.1 system of small, but high quality, bookshelf speakers and a good subwoofer. You will be shocked at the visual change this produces, and yet, this system still has good surround sound (just not quite as loud), and it looks attractive in the room without seeming like it is the centerpiece of the den.
- Written by Jim Milton
- Published on 02 March 2015
With nice styling and remarkable sound quality, the Paradigm Millenia LP speakers are an excellent choice for anyone that lacks the room for big tower speakers but craves better than soundbar fidelity. The Seismic 110 sub rounds out the bottom end with help of Paradigm's Perfect Bass Kit. This incredibly thin speaker system from Paradigm can deliver the sonic goods for both movies and music listening.
- Written by Jim Clements
- Published on 19 November 2014
Introduced in 2012, the Legacy Aeris speakers have become some of the most acclaimed speakers in recent memory. They are massive 4-way floorstanding speakers with dual powered 12” subwoofers in each tower. They are distinctive for many reasons with the most significant reason being their one of a kind room correction and time alignment capabilities.