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  1. PreSonus Sceptre S8 CoActual Powered Studio Monitor Review for Home Theater Use Discussion Thread

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    http://www.hometheatershack.com/gallery/file.php?n=51698&w=sPreSonus Sceptre S8 CoActual Powered Studio Monitor Review for Home Theater Use Discussion Thread PreSonus Sceptre S8: $749.95 each PreSonus Sceptre S6: $599.95 each by Wayne Myers Introduction PreSonus is not a company one...
  2. PreSonus Sceptre S8 CoActual Powered Studio Monitor Review for Home Theater Use

    Speaker and Subwoofer Reviews
    [/URL] Normalized measurements of the variations available for acoustical space tuning, HP filtering, and HF driver contribution. HF response at off-axis angles shows little degradation out to beyond 30deg off-axis. In a home theater setting, one should always favor main listening position...
  3. Sceptre's latest 32-inch offering boasts MHL tecnhology

    Home Theater, Audio and Video News
    http://www.hometheatershack.com/news/sceptre_mhl_led_hdtv-300x165.jpgShared in a recent press release, on February 6th, Sceptre discusses an exciting feature of their latest model television. The latest ultra-slim 32" LED HDTV, by Sceptre, comes equipped with Mobile HD Link technology, which...
  4. Sceptre teases 2013 lineup that includes near-borderless TVs, WiFi sound bar

    Home Theater, Audio and Video News
    Sceptre Unveils 2013 Lineup, Including the First Compact Wi-Fi Enabled 2.1 Sound Bar and MHL Equipped Rimless LED HDTVs Complete selection of HDTVs, including the new Rimless Series featuring MHL technology showcased during CES 2013 at the Bellagio City of Industry, Calif. – December 19, 2012...
  5. Any better low cost 37" 1080p TV than Sceptre?

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    I'm curious is there a better deal than the Sceptre x37sv Naga LCD TV/monitor available? It has separate ATSC/QAM and NTSC tuners plus works very well as a 1080p computer monitor. Costs are around $1500 via internet sources including Costco. The closest to it has been the Westinghouse 37" LCD...
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