Audio Sources

Fusion Research Doubles the Sources on Its Solo Music Server

By CE Pro Editors · February 22, 2019 • The new discrete audio output is available now for no additional cost and is controllable via an app available on iOS and Android.

#TBT: 12 Most Ridiculous iPod Docks

By CE Pro Editors · October 16, 2014 • In this edition of Throwback Thursday, go back to 2008 and take a look at these outrageous iPod docks.

Naim Audio UnitiQute

By Robert Archer · January 8, 2010 • The U.K.-based company's UPnP friendly single-box solution allows installers to add complete zones of audio on a room-by-room basis that includes Web content, traditional audio sources, digital files stored on the computer and it includes Ethernet and wireless connectivity.

Hands On: Olive Opus No. 4 Server, Melody No. 2 Player

By Robert Archer · November 23, 2009 • Considering I didn’t look at the manuals, I found the system to be self-explanatory, fast and easy to set up.

Linn Will Exit CD Player Market in 2010

By Robert Archer · November 23, 2009 • Company says it's leaving the market because of the emergence of the networked home and growing demand for streaming media.

Dolby Makes Entertainment Vivid, Vibrant, and Visceral

By CE Pro Editors · September 9, 2009 • Audio innovations at CEDIA offer choice, superior performance, and hours of enjoyment.

Sony, Best Buy Co-Develop Audio, Blu-ray Line

By Tom LeBlanc · August 18, 2009 • The Altus line includes a Blu-ray theater system, iPod docks, PC multiroom audio and a compact speaker system.

Savant Intros Rosie Desktop iPod/iPhone Dock

By Steve Crowe · August 17, 2009 • Integrates iPods and iPhones with Savant's multiroom A/V systems. Unit connects to Rosie Controller via CAT5.

Lessons Learned From Apple’s Best Non-Holiday Quarter

By Tom LeBlanc · July 22, 2009 • Apple calls its fiscal third quarter its best non-holiday quarter ever.

6 Awesome Guitar Demos

By Robert Archer · July 20, 2009 • We've rounded up six guitar recordings that can be valuable sales tool during system demos.

Residential vs. Commercial: Basic Audio Differences

By Fred Harding · June 16, 2009 • Thinking about jumping into commercial installations? Here's a quick primer on some of the basic audio differences between residential and commercial installations.

Review: Krell Papa Dock Amplifier and KID

By Robert Archer · June 15, 2009 • This Krell two-piece system has been engineered to get the best performance possible from an iPod.

Burmester Engineers Audio for New Porsche Panamera

By Robert Archer · June 2, 2009 • Porsche tapped into the expertise of German high-performance audio company Burmester to engineer a state-of-the-art surround sound system for its new Panamera.

How the Audio Industry Can Win Today’s Consumer

By Robert Archer · May 15, 2009 • With Boomers saddling up for the ride into their twilight years, the audio industry needs to win over Gen X and Gen Y to secure its long-term viability.

Audyssey’s DSX Journeys Beyond 5.1 Audio

By Tom LeBlanc · May 1, 2009 • DSX, as Audyssey calls it, is “a scalable system that adds new speakers to overcome the spatial sound rendering limitations faced by 5.1 surround sound systems."

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