You never seen anything like it, the Davone Rithm’s swooping curves and daring good looks are a new take on Danish speaker design. The Rithm features an 8-inch coaxial driver with a 1-inch tweeter placed in the center of the woofer.
In the high quality coaxial loudspeaker unit, there is 1” dome tweeter placed in the center of 8” woofer, which creates wide ban d point source and more precise sound stage.The powerful bass performance is an upshot of the nifty cabinet design. The curved loudspeaker panels are built up of many thin layers of wood and the spacing between the layers hold the glue.
Oh yeah! Nikon has issued a service note with some nice news for D3 owners: for $500 and a trip to the service center. The company will take your D3 and double its burst raw (as well as big JPEGs and TIFF) shooting buffer capacity.
An ultra slim leather case for your iPhone 3G
(Credit: Sena Cases)
It’s now almost a month since the release of the Apple iPhone 3G, and the accessory market for the iPhone is jumping with joy. That’s because cases and accessories are now selling like hotcakes for this …
Consider yourself warned: the following post is not for the squeamish. It’s time to clean the wax out of your earbuds. Yes, it’s gross, but if you have the style of earbud that gets inserted into the ear canal, it must be done. Otherwise, wax can build up …
Lenovo’s new consumer desktop, the IdeaCentre.
Lenovo’s never had a consumer desktop for the U.S. before, and you can tell by the spelling choice of the product name–IdeaCentre–that the U.S. isn’t the primary market for this PC. (The company has made consumer desktops …