Written By: Tony O'Brien

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REVIEW: PIONEER VSX-932 AV RECEIVER

It’s been almost two years since we reviewed Pioneer’s VSX-930. At the time we were impressed how much technology could be built into AVR with a $1,349 asking price. Here we are, two years and two product generations later, with the $1,099 VSX-932.

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REVIEW: PIONEER VSX-S520 SLIMLINE AV RECEIVER

The Pioneer VSX-S520 is just the ticket for those struggling with surround sound and lounge-room real estate, but combined with the Andrew Jones designed FS52 5.1 speakers, offers serious value for money.

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Pioneer VSX-1131 AV Receiver

Over the past 15 years, AVR’s have taken huge strides forward in terms of capability. Where their success used to be judged on sound quality alone, today’s AVR’s need to offer an ever expanding range of features.

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Review: Pioneer VSX-930K 7.2 Dolby Atmos AV Receiver

Pioneer offers a range of nine different receivers, from the entry level VSX-530 to the flagship LX-88K, with the VSX-930 (RRP $1,349) occupying the lower-mid end of the range. We take a closer look at this affordable, feature packed AVR.

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Klipsch RP-260 Reference Premiere Home Theatre Speakers

The RP-260 carries the “Reference Premiere” tag, an entirely new line that promises to deliver “a completely unique home theatre experience”. We take a look at how it performs in a real world application.

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REVIEW: SOUNDSCIENCE HDTV BIAS LIGHT

A bias light is simply a light which attaches to the back of an LCD, plasma or OLED display. We take a look at the Soundscience Bias Light by Antec.

Posted in: Visual & Home Cinema

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Panasonic TH-L65WT600A 65” Ultra HD LED TV

StereoNET takes an in-depth look at Panasonic’s first television to support the new Ultra HD format, the TH-L65WT600A 65" Ultra HD 4K LED TV.

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What is 4K Ultra HD?

It’s been hard not to notice all of the attention that 4K Ultra HD has been getting recently. But what does the new format offer, is it the next big step in TV technology, or is it just a gimmick?

Posted in: Visual & Home Cinema Technology & Smart Homes