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Boss JS-8 eBand audio player

Posted in amplifier by Shane McGlaun on December 3rd, 2009

bosseband-sbIf you are a guitarist that is lacking in the band mates department and looking for a way to practice by yourself, Boss has introduced a new gadget for you. The device is called the eBand JS-8 and is a music player specifically for the guitarist.

The device has built-in stereo speakers and offers playback of music, solos, riffs and other content that the guitarist can play along with. Music can be loaded onto the device from normal USB sticks and SD cards. Software is also included for importing CD tracks to the device.

Onkyo TX-SA706 7.1 AV amplifier

Posted in amplifier by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2008

Onkyo TX-SA706 7.1 AV amplifier
Onkyo released their new 7.1 AV amplifier that even features an HDMI 1.3 port. It’s called the TX-SA706X, and it offers five HDMI inputs and one HDMI output supporting 1080p video signals.

The device also handles Dolby True HD, DTS-HD Master Audio and provides a maximum output of 200Watts x 7, a frequency response of 5Hz-100,000Hz and includes Audyssey Dynamic EQ Processing. Now that’s nice and powerful. You’ll be able to get the Onkyo TX-SA706 on July 19th, 2008 for €1,120.

Krell readies $50k preamp/processor

Posted in amplifier by Nino Marchetti on June 14th, 2008

Krell Evolution 707

Krell is one of those high end audio companies you don’t hear much about unless you are a true audiophile who has some serious cash to drop on top notch gear. One of the company’s latest products is a case in point – the Evolution 707 preamp/processor, reported to be pricing at around $30,000.

The Krell Evolution 707 provides for 8.4 channels of audio output, including two center channel and four subwoofer outputs for blasting your neighbors into submission. It supports HDMI 1.3 as well as pretty much ever standard of Dolby and DTS you can think of, plus nine of Krell’s own specialized surround sound modes.

Clarity C120 helps dads losing their hearing

Posted in amplifier by Shane McGlaun on May 22nd, 2008

Clarity C120I remember when my grandfather started to lose his hearing. He would just make us yell directly into his ear so talking to family wasn’t that big a deal for him. What really made him mad was not being able to hear The Price is Right and Heehaw. Back then there was nothing to do for him but crank the volume.

Today technology is available to help dads or granddads with this problem. Keeping with the Father’s Day theme the Clarity C120 is the perfect gadget for the hard of hearing. If your dad/granddad watches Heehaw this is as much a gift for you as it is for them. We took a look at the Clarity C120 when it was first announced back in 2007 as well.