ARCAM announces first DAB+ digital radio tuner

The T32 comes in a choice of either black or silver. Station selection is via presets or the large front panel knob. The tuner will enable iPod control via a “bespoke” iPod interface using the Arcam rDock or rLead and promises “pristine audio quality”.

Antec All of the modules include iMedian HD software that supports playback of nearly all media formats and supports full HD 1080p resolution and is compatible with Windows Media Center Edition, Windows Vista, and XP.

Lastly, the Premier–which fits in two 5.25-inch drive bays–has an LCD, front media control panel with menu navigation, a volume control wheel, and media playback buttons. The E-Z is a simple USB IR receiver that includes Antec’s standard remote with the advantage being that it’s portable, making it a good notebook accessory. Antec Pictured from top to bottom are the Multimedia Station Premier ($119.95), Elite ($99.95), Basic ($39.95), and E-Z ($29.95). The Basic kit slips into a 3.5-inch drive bay and again, is just a simple IR receiver with a standard remote. The Elite package adds a VFD display, volume control, and a deluxe remote and fits into a single 5.25-inch bay.

If you’re looking for a tuner without DAB+ you can shave AU$300 off as it’s priced at AU$1,598. Of course, something like this doesn’t come cheap, priced at AU$1,898, and because it’s a component, it also needs an amplifier and set of speakers to work. Both will be available in February 2009.

In addition to roasting, it can automatically cook, reheat, and defrost with four separate settings for each. Quick Start and Quick Defrost can be used if the thought of preprogramming your microwave oven makes your head spin. The microwave is large (30 liters) in a round cavity configuration, and has a large turntable that can hold meals big enough to justify using one of the four auto roast programs that come included in it.

Touch screen has made its way from cell phones and computers into the kitchen via the control panels of many of the modern ovens and ranges. Though not the first of its kind, the LG WaveDom is a beautiful example of a touch screen on a convection microwave oven, and it boasts several other fancy features as well.

I won–37 to 19–and Bonnie was a gracious loser. After a few minutes and a handful of, um, colorful metaphors, a victor emerged. Well, gracious aside from accusing me of practicing before challenging her, anyway.

id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> Digital radio may not have the profile that Freeview enjoys at the moment, but it’s coming at about the same time — May 2009. The first radio we’ve seen that supports Australia’s DAB+ standard is the ARCAM T32.

And it’s designed for “Ages 8 and Up.” You can play against the game itself (with three difficulty levels, no less) or play against a friend. My favorite part is that when you get shot, it plays “funeral music” (dum-dum-de-dum DUM-de-dum-dum-dum-dum-DUM).

Called Multimedia Stations, the adapters allow even technically inept people to add a little or a lot of HTPC functionality to a standard desktop (though they require a couple of open 5.25-inch drive bays or at least a free USB port for the most basic adapter). OK, well maybe not all the rage, but there are people who have them and I’m sure there are people who want to have them. These kits from Antec are for the have-nots. id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> Antec Home theater PCs are all the rage.

The T32 comes with everything you’d expect from the British hi-fi manufacturer, including a 24-bit Wolfson DAC, large VFD display and “discrete audiophile FM/AM tuner circuitry”. It’s a stand-alone AM/FM/DAB+ tuner with an optional iPod dock.

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All the fun of a pizza party, minus the guy dressed like a rat. Corinne Schulze/CNET Networks But, unless you were rich or a criminal mastermind, you had to settle for one of two alternatives: either you played similar games on your Atari 2600, or you begged your parents for the handheld versions, some of which were fashioned to look like miniature versions of the arcade cabinets.

Wouldn’t it be terribly delightful to think that Netflix is simply playing with us in the same vein as Snicket and Co.? But wouldn’t it be great if it wasn’t? So, what’d you think: real or fake — or does it even matter?

So I have some big questions to ask: If this was simply a fan-made trailer, why aren’t there more VFD markings? In the books, those who are a part of the group VFD come together under markings which look like the title of the first book under the pair of glasses here: