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CNET September 2, 2015

Home Theater and Audio
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Bluesound’s budget Pulse Flex speaker leads new multiroom system

The Bluesound Pulse Flex promises flexibility and hi-fi performance in an entry-level Wi-Fi speaker.

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Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphone II review: Bluetooth bliss

Bose’s second-generation over-ear wireless headphone features strong performance in a lightweight, comfortable design for $280.

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Sony’s new H.ear Walkman models have high-res audio, noise canceling

​Sony’s two new high-resolution Walkman models, the new compact H.ear NW-A25HN and high-end NW-ZX100HN, are announced at IFA.

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Can ‘regular’ video content look like HDR?

Is it possible to convert today’s standard- and high-definition shows and movies into tomorrow’s High-Dynamic Range (HDR) video? Technicolor claims yes.

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The Hifiman HE400S sets a new low price point for bona-fide high-end headphones

The new Hifiman HE400S headphone features advanced planar-magnetic drivers in a lightweight, comfortable design.

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