Blu-ray and DVD Players

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The Cambridge Audio Azur 751BD is an evolution of the company’s highly successful 650BD universal Blu-ray player, a well-rounded machine that we’ve been using...

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Cambridge Audio may have been a little slower to enter the Blu-ray arena than other manufacturers but when the company finally made the step,...

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We are on the cusp of what could be the next revolution in television technology. You guessed it - I'm talking about 3D TV....

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One of the things that originally tantalized me about writing for CANADA HiFi was the prospect of reviewing products. For a 100% confirmed technology...

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Flat panel TVs revolutionized our home entertainment experience. But going flat also meant taking several steps back in picture quality. Compared to good-old CRT,...

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In June of 2006, Samsung introduced the world's first Blu-ray player, the BD-P1000. Since, a handful more Blu-ray players have been introduced by companies...

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The launch of the Blu-ray high definition disc format didn't exactly live up to its hype. The first Blu-ray player on the market didn't...

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Do you remember a time when there were only two optical disc formats: the CD and the DVD? Ah, those were the good ol'...

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I give Onkyo full credit for turning me into the home theatre enthusiast that I am today. That's because the first great A/V receiver...

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There was a time when I would have thought of 'digital' as being a bad word when it comes to audio. My sub-5000 dollar...