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Insane Audiophile-Worthy Electrostatic Speakers For Under $US2000

“Affordable” for futuretastic electrostatic speakers means a few grand. Martin Logan’s ElectroMotion ESL electrostratic speakers’ll be under $US2000 when they’re out in March, using the cheapest full-size electrostatic transducer ever. They sounded super clean during a five-minute demo. [Martin Logan]

You Want Pioneer's 3D Blu-ray Player With Armoured Chassis

What makes Pioneer’s first 3D Blu-ray player stand out? It’s got an armoured chassis. So you can throw remotes at it. And it’s iPhone controlled. Which is all Pioneer’s saying about the BDP-43FD, but expect it to be expensive. [Pioneer]

Behold, LG PX950, The First THX-Certified 3D TV

LG’s PX950 plasma 3DTV is the first one to be THX-certified, which means it passed THX lab tests (WTF are those, you ask?) for left and right eye images on colour accuracy, cross-talk and viewing angles.

Sharp's 3D Blu-ray Player Is What PS3 Slim Should've Looked Like

A simple, skinny rectangle, Sharp’s 3D Blu-ray players pull in Netflix, Pandora and Vudu and plays back Divx files. There’s no built-in Wi-Fi, but it comes with a dongle. They’re $US430 and $US500. [Sharp]

Sharp's Quattron 3DTVs Are The Brightest, Thanks To Yellow Pixels

Sharp’s Quattron four-colour pixel tech is now in its 3D TVs, which Sharp says are the brightest 3D TVs around. It’s hard to say without setting them next to another 3D TV, but they are pretty bright.

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