• New VR-8070 Equipped With THX Surround EX, DTS-ES decoding, HD Component Video Switching, and New Dolby Pro Logic IIx Processing Kenwood today introduced its 2004 home theater receivers highlighted by the VR-8070, the industry’s first 7.1-channel THX Select receiver priced at $600.00. The receiver’s other premium features include high-resolution, 24-bit/96kHz digital-to-analog audio...

  • Stylish New Kenwood Fineline Series Home Theater Receivers Boast Innovative Networking And Video Game Features Cutting Edge Technology Includes Streaming of Computer A/V Files and Simulating Surround Sound in Headphones; Sleek, Low Profile Design Departs From The Ordinary Increasing the entertainment value of home computers and video games, Kenwood has introduced its...

  • BROADVIEW, IL (4/6/04) — Blaupunkt has introduced its new T-Line of high value AM/FM CD receivers, consisting...

  • At CES 2004 Harman Kardon will introduce three advanced-technology audio/video receivers that are among the most significant in the company’s history. The receivers making their debut include the AVR 7300, Harman Kardon’s first audio/video receiver to include built-in progressive-scan digital video processing, and the DPR 2005 and DPR 1005, next-generation digital path...

  • The 6.1-channel RX-V740 is the third Yamaha receiver I have auditioned in a year, after the mid-level...

  • Yamaha RX-V2300 6.1-channel Receiver ($999) Onkyo TX-NR900 THX Select 7.1-Channel Receiver ($1,500) So you are interested in...

  • One box does it all The RX-Z1 is Yamaha’s current top-of-line receiver. While it is one of...