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CEDIA - 2007

Denver, Colorado - September 5-9, 2007

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Some consumers don't like to have illuminated displays on their components. McIntosh revels in such displays, and so do McIntosh users (like JJ).

 

Klipsch C80 speakers. Everyone seems to be building speakers with curved enclosures these days, including Klipsch.

 

Notice that on this Energy RC-8C in-wall speaker, the crossover network is attached
to the rear of the driver.

 

"Hey, hon. I brought home this Audio Perfection ID1-18 speaker with a neat paint job. The dealer said it was spouse approved. What do ya think?"

 

Velodyne introduced the MicroVee subwoofer, at $799. It uses one 6.5" driver and two 6.5" passive radiators. They anticipate the iPod generation will love them.

 

Nordost always has a colorful display of their cables. Several are new this year, including one that sells for $20,000 per meter pair. At the more affordable end, there is a kit of cables that is designed for custom installers, which includes cables of varying lengths that the installer is likely to need during the installation process.

 

Cynthia takes a rest on one of the theater chairs being shown.

 

Cabasse has this speaker called the Alcyone, which looks a bit like a big eye. If you are paranoid, probably not a good idea.

 

Denon announced a pair of new Blu-ray players, with one being a complete player and the other one being a transport with only an HDMI jack on the back.

 

McIntosh is getting into the video arena, with this new 1080p DLP projector. That huge lens on the front is anamorphic, so you can use all of the DLP panel to show a 2.40:1 widescreen movie.

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