REVIEW: Jamo In40i wEAR earphones

Gerald Lynch Features, Headphones / Earphones, Reviews, Tech Digest news 3 Comments

Jamo may be best known for creating top-end home audio speakers and home cinema sets, but this summer sees them branching out into earphone manufacturing too. Made up of three sets including the In20m and In30, we took a look at their wEAR range's premium pair, the wEAR In40i earphones. Can they match the quality that Jamo owners Klipsch's earphones regularly present?

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Klipsch P-39F and Jamo R 907 speakers cry "What economic slowdown?"

Duncan Geere Home audio Leave a Comment

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Klipsch, makers of expensive, but quality, hi-fi equipment, has announced a new set of speakers – the Palladium P-39Fs. They’re floorstanding, sound fantastic, and they’re the “pinnacle of horn-loaded technology”. “Actually girls, I think you’ll find that I’m the pinnacle of horn-loaded technology…”, etc etc.

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Jamo launches DMR 45 virtual surround sound receiver

Andy Merrett Home audio, Home cinema Leave a Comment

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Along with their new 5.1 channel system, Jamo has announced their 2.1 receiver system incorporating virtual surround sound, for those who can’t install a complete 5.1 speaker system in their living space.

The DMR 45 is a compact unit capable of 2 x 75W of power output plus the ability to drive one of Jamo’s separate subwoofers…

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Jamo launches 5.1-channel DVD receiver and four all-in-one systems

Andy Merrett Home audio, Home cinema Leave a Comment

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Jamo has released a bevy of sleek black AV units, with its 5.1-channel DVD receiver — the DMR 70 — first on the menu. Offering 5 x 65W power, plus Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1, and Dolby Pro-Logic II decoding, upscaling of DVDs to either 720p or 1080i HD resolution via its HDMI output, plus support for DivX, WMA, SVCD, MP3 and JPEG formats, it’s no pushover. It’s sleek too, measuring just 55mm high, thanks to its Class D amplification system that allows component sizes to be reduced…

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