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July 30, 2010 By HE Staff



iPad Home Automation Control apps, Linn Majik DS-I, Pass Labs INT-30A and more...

iPad @ hOme
Sure it's cool and trendy, but what can the iPad due for the A/V Enthusiast? Well, quite a lot it turns out.

Somewhere after the time the fanboy lines abate and before it cures cancer or something, the iPad turns out to be a ridiculously useful device for the ePerson.

Countless "Best Of" articles have been written about the apps, but none have been aimed at you, the HE reader.

Admittedly this is because we haven't written anything yet, but behold—it is so written! more...

Linn Majik DS-ILinn Majik DS-I Review
Brèagha ceòl

Linn's new Majik DS-I combines the best bits of their digital player, preamp and digital amplification, all squeezed into one package. more...

Pass Labs INT-30A Review
The Pass Laboratories INT-30A integrated amplifier doesn't do much, and that's what makes it great!

I've probably reviewed well over a hundred amplifiers, but I can't say I've ever really heard one. I'm always listening to an amplifier driving a speaker, so the sound is really the combination of the two. more...

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