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Way to flaunt it, Goldmund -- while people are losing their homes, the company has introduced its flagship amplifier that costs as much as a house: the $189,600 Telos 5000. Look, we're sure the stereo (yeah, only two channels) sound coming out of this 5,000-Watt, 650-pound testament to a bloated eg...

April 28th 2009 at 7:35am 0 Comments
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We just love the excess of ultra high-end products, but the latest release of Goldmund's U-32 processor takes the cake. Whether your home theater exists in some kind of Escher-like alternate dimension or just needs to immerse its 50 occupants in sound, this piece of kit has got you covered -- becau...

August 4th 2008 at 12:50am 0 Comments
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Personally, we can only imagine what a $300,000 speaker setup sounds like. But you -- we know you're eager to pick up the Epilogue Speaker System (previous edition shown) and rub it in the faces of everyone else, right? Regardless of whether you answered that truthfully or not, Goldmund (those sam...

April 30th 2008 at 8:08pm 0 Comments
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Personally, we can only imagine what a $300,000 speaker setup sounds like. But you -- we know you're eager to pick up the Epilogue Speaker System (previous edition shown) and rub it in the faces of everyone else, right? Regardless of whether you answered that truthfully or not, Goldmund (those same...

April 30th 2008 at 4:38pm 0 Comments
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At first glance, we didn't really believe anyone would create a Blu-ray player with a $16,900 sticker. Then we saw it was produced by Goldmund. Continuing its long heritage of offering up grossly overpriced wares for those with more money than sense, the firm is now trumpeting a Blu-ray player more...

February 26th 2008 at 10:29am 0 Comments
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At first glance, we didn't really believe anyone would create a Blu-ray player with a $16,900 sticker. Then we saw it was produced by Goldmund. Continuing its long heritage of offering up grossly overpriced wares for those with more money than sense, the firm is now trumpeting a Blu-ray player mor...

February 26th 2008 at 10:29am 0 Comments