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The Tablo Dual Lite is the best DVR for most cord-cutters, though some sticking points haven't changed.
There is no higher-quality video player available for Windows. It's a bit pricey, but PowerDVD Ultra is also the only software that can play Ultra HD Blu-ray discs on your computer.
Refinement, not revolution, takes center stage in this redesign.
An intoxicating sonic experience from a hi-res audio player that's as heavy as it is expensive.
For the price, this 12-hour box sounds very good. It has the punch that many speakers in its class lack, as well as a surprising amount of thump.
When you want to stream from older audio equipment that doesn't understand Bluetoth, all you need is this handy, dual transmitter box. It's also useful for computers without Bluetooth audio output.
The new US digital TV standard includes closer tracking of viewing habits and could be a privacy nightmare
Plex is the most powerful over-the-air DVR for cord-cutters, but it's not the easiest to use.
The manufacturer is stepping up its soundbar game with Dolby Atmos models, too.
A box-within-a-box design contributes to a delightfully impressively sonic signature.
The DVP-5000S sits between your HDMI source and display and uses a stereoscopic processing trick to create greater apparent detail in 1080p and lower-resolution video.
Built for families and parties, Roxi can be slow on the draw, but it makes up for it in versatility.
Compact, with good sound for its size, the SoundCore 2 is a bargain at $39.
We review hi-res audio players from Astell&Kern, Pioneer, Onkyo, and Questyle; one shines above all he others.
The Fiio X7 Mark II’s modular architecture, apps, and sweet sound make this a great choice for serious music lovers who want an Andriod-based hi-res audio player.
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