2012 Product of Year Award Winners

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2012 was yet a second strong year of economic recovery in the A/V industry. Many of the major A/V manufacturers built upon successes of past generation products with a model line refresh with either minimal or no cost increase to the consumer. Getting more performance without a cost increase is always a win in our book. This year we've also seen an array of incredibly high performance budget gear hit the mainstream from the likes of Emotiva and Pioneer. A newcomer subwoofer brand named Power Sound Audio headed up by former SVS founder Tom Vodhanel launched an incredibly high value performance line of subs. After a 10 year sabbatical, Status Acoustics, the high end division of RBH Sound, decided it was time to unleash a reference level, cost no object speaker system into the high end realm. Classé, a brand of solid reputation, warmed our hearts with their cool running, rugged line of amplifiers and Oppo once again reigned king of the hill with their new line of Universal Blu-ray players.


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agarwalro

agarwalro

Audioholic Ninja
There seems to be a web page formatting issue with Budget Loudspeaker System text being and the Flagship Loudspeaker System text.
 
gene

gene

Audioholics Master Chief
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There seems to be a web page formatting issue with Budget Loudspeaker System text being and the Flagship Loudspeaker System text.
It should be fixed now. Hit refresh.
 
agarwalro

agarwalro

Audioholic Ninja
The Pioneer Speaker set is the product of the year.

IMO, Oppo's price for entry is a bit too much now.
 
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Reefdvr27

Audiophyte
Congrats to Tom and Jim from PSA. They are class acts with customer service and they build one heck of a sub. I have dual XV-30's and simply put, these subs are incredible.
 

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