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DigiBit Aria in the Test

Who wants to digitize his CD collection, takes time, patience, nerve – or simply the server of music aria by DigiBit. He rips, saves and syncs in the test in particular classical music albums with exceptional intelligence. Even the man…
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Devil Definion 3 in the Test

Boxing specialist Devil fitted his new Definion of 3 with a structurally complex coaxial system and garnished this tidbit with three potent woofers. The combination of sounds in the test remarkably alive and space exactly. Good and expensive many manufacturers…
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Microsoft OneDrive in the Test

The American Software Group Microsoft offers for OneDrive lush free cloud storage and integrated online versions of the widely used programs Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. We have the test. In the test we use Microsoft OneDrive: Americans would of course…
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AudioPro AddOn T20 in the Test

AudioPro elicits a balanced sound with tight bass, warm ups and high volume of the slender columns of the active stereo pair. Since 1978, AudioPro developed intelligent active loudspeakers, connected with the aim to elicit a strong bass rendition as…
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Quadral Rondo in the Test

The Quadral Rondo can Bluetooth as well as music from a PC via USB audio interface. The stereo-set with neutral tones and crisp bass. Quadral has run the Rondo couple in high-gloss piano lacquer, resulting in an elegant appearance. The…
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Linn Series 5 in the Test

The digital revolution is forcing the rethink. And other concepts. However, in the case of Linn’s 520er system, at least one remains: the fun. The Linn series 5 with Akurate exactly DSM in the test. It was a rough, but…
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USB-C Hub Review

The hub, a perfectible product Hubs (products for linking multiple devices between them) are known to be real technological disasters. They overheat, lack of specific ports, but essential, the ports they are low power. Among those that specialists have tested, most SD…
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