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Sonos and Spotify

I make no secret of it, I love Sonos gear and am thoroughly addicted to it. It started out quite innocently with just a single PLAY:1 that was soon joined by it's twin to make a stereo pair - these live...
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THX tune-up

If you want to get the most out of your flatscreen TV, then it needs to be adjusted from the terrible default settings it probably ships with. Most TVs will generally come from the factory with an overly sharp, too...
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iTunes 11

iTunes 11 arrived overnight, hitting Apple's promised November '12 deadline (in the USA at least) and they've finally fixed one of the long-standing interface annoyances of all time. Yes, the green button to maximise a window actually does what every...
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Product Review: Audioengine A2 desktop speakers

I've had a pair of Audioengine A2 self-powered desktop speakers for a bit over a year now and they still continue to impress. Easily the best desktop speakers in their price range, I paid around $220 for them and at that price...
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Revisiting converting videos for Apple TV

Further to my earlier post on converting videos to MP4 for Apple TV and easy playback from iTunes, I've recently been using another app for adding metadata, and this one makes life easy as it can search for, and retrieve,...
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Convert videos for watching on Apple TV/iTunes

I've been converting videos in order to watch on the Apple TV. There are numerous advantages to having a movie collection in iTunes, some of which are the vastly lower power consumption of the Apple TV vs a PlayStation 3,...
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The Chapel – HDR video

Here's a short film on Vimeo - The Chapel paying tribute to an exceptional protestant temple in Zeliszów, Poland, designed by Karl Langhans and built in 1796-1797. There's also a making of video as well that is quite worth watching.
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