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For 2020, Bowers & Wilkins has revamped their PX series headphone line-up by introducing four new models of headphones, which are lighter than the previous series & three of the models integrate a noise-canceling circuit. Check out Adam's video reviews to find out more about each new pair of headphones.

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One of the most hallowed nameplates in the history of home audio,  KLH Audio, is back with new leadership, an impressive full line of speakers, and a rededication to the company’s original mission: to deliver an affordable audiophile-level experience to all. Our video series takes you through the full speaker line-up and a deeper dive into the brand itself.

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40 years ago World Wide Stereo was a 1500 sq’ store with homemade displays made out of 2x4’s and texture 111 plywood siding. Today, we are one of the largest Custom Integrators in the US, have a thriving ecommerce business and our retail showrooms are iconic. At the end of the day, it seems there were more folks that wanted us to succeed than fail.

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With a space-saving design and room-filling sound, the RS200 is versatile enough to meet the audio needs of any room in your home. Check out Adam's full video review.

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When a gorgeous, mint-condition, 1972 Porsche 911T in gold metallic finish rolled up and into our car bays recently, we felt like we were receiving royalty. The owner had three requests: make it sound good, make it look good, and add a few conveniences not possible when it rolled off the line 47 years ago. Check it out.

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The Klipsch T5 True Wireless earphones are the ultimate combination of comfort, design, efficiency, and legendary acoustic clarity. Check out Adam's full video review.

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High-performance and protection are more attainable than ever with AudioQuest’s new PowerQuest 2 and PowerQuest 3 Surge Protectors. Check out Adam's full video review.

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The LG HU70LA offers a brilliant, authentic image at a dramatically lower price point. Check out Adam's full video review.

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The Sonos Port is Sonos' new multi-room network streamer that connects to your existing, traditional stereo or receiver to stream music, internet radio, and podcasts, vinyl, CDs, store audio files, etc. Check out Adam's full video review.

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It’s okay, we’re speechless too. The Sonos One SL is a powerful microphone-free speaker that gives you the same rich, room-filling sound as the Sonos One, just without voice control built-in. If you already have voice control capabilities or simply don’t need it, the One SL is the way to go.

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