Ken C. Pohlmann

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Ken C. Pohlmann  |  Apr 14, 2004  |  0 comments

The FireBall DVDM-100 isn't a DVD player. It's not an AM/FM receiver or a power amplifier. In fact, without supporting equipment and an Internet connection, it's not good for much at all. But once it's connected, you may never want to go back to non-FireBall playback again.

Ken C. Pohlmann  |  Feb 10, 2004  |  0 comments

Listings compiled by Peter Pachal Photo by Tony Cordoza Nothing's more frustrating than trying to fit a square peg into a round hole - except possibly trying to play a multichannel Super Audio CD on a DVD-Video player.

Ken C. Pohlmann  |  Dec 29, 2003  |  0 comments

Photos by Tony Cordoza When the DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD formats were launched, critics bemoaned the start of yet another format war, knowing that when incompatible formats compete, consumers often don't buy either one. Instead, they wait to see which format is left standing.

Ken C. Pohlmann  |  Nov 02, 2003  |  0 comments
Photos by Michelle Hood Disney has always stood above every other studio when it comes to animation.
Ken C. Pohlmann  |  Oct 20, 2003  |  0 comments
Photos by Tony Cordoza Not so long ago, the VCR reigned supreme. Much like the proverbial chicken in every pot, there was a VCR in every house. If you wanted to time-shift the soap opera that your job inconveniently caused you to miss, you programmed your VCR. If you wanted to watch a movie, you turned to your trusty VCR.
Ken C. Pohlmann  |  Sep 24, 2003  |  0 comments
Photos by Tony Cordoza Take a good look at the Yamaha MusicCAST system: it just might be a glimpse into the future of home audio entertainment. The MCX-1000 server (above), essentially a CD recorder on steroids crossed with a digital music server, provides two main improvements over traditional playback devices.
Ken C. Pohlmann  |  Aug 19, 2003  |  0 comments

Ilustrations by Gary Locke Do you really care? - about home-entertainment gear, that is. If you're only browsing through this issue in the doctor's waiting room, it might be low on your list.

Ken C. Pohlmann  |  Jun 10, 2003  |  0 comments

Opening photo, remotes, and back panels by JaymeThornton.com

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