REVIEWS

REVIEWS

Audio Video is proudly independent, and while we depend on income from banner advertising, we are in no way connected to our advertisers. Our reviews are subjective – we have neither the time nor the facilities to measure and verify specification. Reviews are conducted in a listening room emulating real-world conditions. We always contextualise reviews by highlighting the associated equipment, and the music/movies used in the process.

Yamaha NS-SW050: Small box, big bass

Yamaha’s diminutive NS-SW050 is so unassuming that it’s easy to consider it inferior to those big, bad-ass subs. After, all bigger should be better in subwoofer terms, right? Well, the little Yamaha might surprise you … By Deon Schoeman In home theatre systems, a subwoofer ...
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Quick review: Ocean Way Audio Pro2A

Ocean Way Audio has been making sonic waves, so to speak, for some time now – albeit mainly among professional musicians and studio engineers, and increasingly, among music lovers. The California-based company is the hardware offshoot of Ocean Way Studios, arguably one of the most ...
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Quick review: Ascendo Immersive Audio System

Ascendo Immersive Audio might be a relatively unknown brand in South Africa, but that’s set to change with The Audio Visual Boutique now representing the German marque locally. A recent demonstration of a dedicated Ascendo Immersive Audio (AIA) installation at the Audio Visual Gurus showroom ...
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Inakustik Pro Micro HDMI 2.0: Extending the limits

In home theatre installations, long cable runs are a challenge – especially if it's an HDMI cable that needs to be conduit-fed from an AV receiver to a distant, ceiling-mounted projector, for instance. Inakustik has an elegant solution … By Deon Schoeman The advent of ...
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