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Should I Get a TV or a Projector?

Should I Get a TV or a Projector?

Today, choosing between a projector and a TV mostly comes down to the environment and how you plan to use the room. Let’s discuss two of the most common environments for TV and movie watching today, family rooms (or media rooms) and dedicated home theater rooms and which technology we recommend for different applications.

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10 Best Turntables Under $500

10 Best Turntables Under $500

Starting around $300, you can get a nice quality turntable. While the sky’s the limit (we sell turntables that cost well into the thousands of dollars), $300-$500 is a great budget for a turntable that will produce a great sound, won’t damage your records and will last for decades.

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2017 Holiday Gift Guide

2017 Holiday Gift Guide

The holiday season is finally here and our elves have been hard at work, curating a selection of the very best gifts for the music and technology lovers in your life. Whether you’ve got a husband who loves home theater or a sister that digs vinyl, our guide will help you choose the perfect present. If you can’t decide, an Audio Advice gift card always makes a great stocking stuffer. Happy Holidays!

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MartinLogan Verse Soundbar Review

MartinLogan Verse Soundbar Review

The MartinLogan Verse is the perfect solution for getting great audio from your TV shows, movies, and music, without breaking the bank or running wires. From a sound perspective, it’s simply one of the best soundbars we’ve ever tested.

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Chord Poly Review

Chord Poly Review

Over the past two years since the Mojo was first released, Chord has been swarmed with requests to expand the way you could get sound to the Mojo. The Chord Poly is the answer to those requests and much more.

It’s a small piece of gear (only about half the width of the Mojo) that simply plugs right into the business input end of the Mojo. The Poly turns the Mojo into a fully featured music streamer.

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Focal Clear Headphone Review

Focal Clear Headphone Review

If you are considering a $1,000 pair of headphones and are leaning toward the Elears, you have our approval to splurge on the Clear if you can make it work. They are more comfortable by a wide margin, come with a better selection of cables, they look fantastic, and the sound is superior across the audio spectrum.

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