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We've seen Canton updating its speakers over the past several months, and now the refreshes have made their way to the Reference line in the form of the Reference 5.2, 7.2 and 9.2 DC. Getting top billing across these new speakers is the aluminum oxide ceramic dome tweeter, which Canton promises can

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February 3, 2009 at 6:04PM
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Super exotic, top-of-the-line speakers offered up by manufacturers are certainly fun to dream about, but most of us will lay claim to more value-conscious models. Canton knows this, and has rolled out new technology to its GLE line of speakers. The new models got rolled out at CEDIA, but now Canton

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Looks like Canton is spreading the updates across its speaker lines -- a couple of months back, the manufacturer rolled out updates to its Karat models, and now the Chrono lineup is getting the treatment. For your listening pleasure, the company is rolling out the 511 DC (pictured) tower speaker an

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In the spirit of \"out with the old, in with the new\" that we love around here, Canton has done a little spring cleaning on its Karat speaker lineup. There are seven models, so rest assured the company has your encirclement needs covered. All models make use of the same 1-inch tweeter, and we're hap

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While there's a logjam of iPod speaker systems muddling up the $100 - $200 price range, Canton's looking to catch the eyes of those who prefer the somewhat finer things in life. The DSS 303 Digital Soundstation -- which is available in both black and white -- includes a pair of 4-inch aluminum cone

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Yeah, most HTIB systems aren't anything to phone home about, but we've a sneaking suspicion that Canton's latest duo would outperform the bulk of those found strewn about in big box retailers. Up first is the Movie 80 CX, which includes four two-way mini satellites (3.5-inches tall, 4-inches deep)

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Although Time Warner has been handing out heaps of HD channels in the state of Ohio here lately, some subscribers could face a few headaches in the coming days. As of this week, the carrier is realigning its digital channels in order to \"create a uniform lineup across all of its systems, including

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