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MQA Ltd has been bought by the parent company of NAD, PSB & Bluesound. Amazon Prime Video will start inserting ads unless you pay extra. LG is ditching built-in ATSC 3.0 Nextgen TV tuners. And we make our cost-no-object audio & video gear picks. Pict... more
Tom is back! Our thanks to Joe for guest co-hosting last week. PS5’s latest update puts Tempest 3D Audio in a Dolby Atmos container. Denon announced their X6800H Receiver. AVA Cinema Remote could be a (more expensive) Harmony replacement, if a lawsui... more
Tom is away this week dealing with house repairs. So we welcome back Joe K. who attended CEDIA Expo 2023. As promised, we hear about Joe’s home theater. We go over some fun items that were shown at CEDIA, discuss Tinnov’s WaveForm demo, and we deep d... more
I’ve been listening to Tom and Rob for years and proud member of the 2+ club. But it does seem like over the past year or 2 the snark and disdain for listeners and their questions has gone from playful sarcasm to at times coming across as mean spirited. Every other segment seems pretty predictable now: listener writes in seeking legitimate knowledge, Tom makes mean and sarcastic comments about their question (often times working in a skewering at so-called audiophiles when sometimes the question... more
Tom is a riot. He’s most of the “rant” in AVRant, but we all know his true character. ;) Rob does so much work and it truly shows. The shows are very well prepared, have an excellent flow, and address so many real world solutions. I really love this format, and the chemistry between these two on the podcast. It just works, and works well. Well done guys!
It’s Not even close. This is the best podcast on the subject of home theater. more
Rob: You are an insane person. You have to understand this. It is abundantly clear you want to do this podcast and just talk for literally 2 straight hours reciting technical specifications like a malfunctioning robot. It is unlistenable. more
These guys are knowledgeable and I really enjoy the parts of the show where they answer questions and give advice to listeners. Why only 2 stars? more
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Podcast Archives launched 16 years ago and published 36 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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