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Amazon gets Black Friday started early, shows off a few deals

You’re thinking about it. Your spouse is thinking about it. Your kids are thinking about it. And yes, your NXE Avatar is thinking about it, too. Black Friday is but hours away, and you still haven’t conjured up the courage to get up at 3:00AM and venture out to save a grand total of $14.97 (pre-tax). Never fear, as the world’s most spectacular e-tailer is here with a slew of deals to keep you firmly planted. Amazon’s going all out on the day after Thanksgiving, but it’s also giving early birds the opportunity to snag a few specials on the run-up to the big day. We won’t spoil anything here, but be sure and give the read link a look if you’re all about saving some dough and staying home.
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Bang & Olufsen BeoSound 5 digital music system

BeoSound 5 controller

As more of us store and access music and media in a digital format and our personal collections grow, the need for fast and convenient access becomes increasingly important. Bang & Olufsen have addressed this with the Beosound 5 digital music system, a product designed to bridge the gap between the company’s high-end hi-fi system.

The heart of the system is the BeoSound 5 controller. Sporting a 10.4 inch 1024 x 768 LCD display and aluminium scroll wheel, it weighs in at 2.65kg and can be table top or wall mounted.

A clever combination of graphics and mechanics, the BeoSound 5 controller provides an easy, convenient way to navigate through large amounts of digital music and media. Each selection and move you make is mirrored on the LCD display in an intuitive and stylish fashion. While the BeoSound 5 controller makes one-hand operation slick and simple, the feel is still very tactile.

Providing storage and connection options is the BeoMaster 5. Designed to be hidden away, it provides 500GB of storage and all the electronics to drive the BeoSound 5 system. Music can be stored in lossless WMA format allowing up to 28,000 songs to be stored in all their digital glory. Also supported are (compressed) WMA, MP3, WAV, ASF and AAC (iPod) format. On the video side, there’s support for MPEG, MPE, MPG, AVI, WMV and VFW formats.BeoSound 5 controller

Connections provided on the BeoMaster 5 include analogue line-out, s/pdif, DVI-I, DVI-D (for the controller,) component, s-video and composite video out, three USB 2.0 ports (one for the controller,) ethernet and IR-in. The BeoSound controller itself also offers USB and HDMI/DVI connections.

Perhaps the most interesting feature of the BeoSound 5 system is Bang & Olufsen’s, MOTS (More Of The Same) algorithm. The award winning MOTS concept is an “intelligent” playlist if you will. Playing a song is like planting a seed. Once playing, MOTS will scan your music library and find similar tracks based on parameters like rhythm, syncopation, key tonality and vocal harmonies. As the MOTS algorithm uses the actual music rather than file or tag information, it lets you rediscover those hidden gems in your collection based on your initial song choice.

With the introduction of the BeoSound 5, B&O are introducing a new standard in digital music storage and performance with their usual stamp of quality. The BeoSound 5 system – including the controller and BeoMaster server – will be available from March 2009 and priced around $5,377US.

Kenwood’s CR-iP500 will do the All Black haka with your iPod

No, it’s not a Doomsday clock, ticking away the precious seconds of your brief mortality. It’s just another iPod dock, the CR-iP500 from Kenwood. The 371 x 175 x 187-mm globule of thump brings a pair of amplified 5W speakers, a built-in FM tuner, slot-in CD player, and a USB 2.0 jack to playback unprotected WMA and MP3 audio files off USB sticks. Yeah, iPods too, just as long as you don’t stretch the definition to include the iPhone which this dock doesn’t appear to support. Expected to hit Japan for ¥27,000 (about $280) in early December.

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Marantz’s IS301 wireless iPod dock elegantly cuts the cord

Wireless iPod docks were all the rage back in 2006 (seriously, we remember nerds camping out for them), but the trend sort of petered out as 2007 emerged and focus turned to more important matters. Now, Marantz is looking to bring it all back in style with the IS301, a Lucullan wireless iPod dock that transmits both audio and video sans cabling and includes a port-filled receiver for tight-knit home theater integration. Practically every dock-connecting iPod (no iPhones allowed, at least not officially) will work fine here, and there’s also Bluetooth 2.1 support for receiving and beaming tunes from BT-enabled devices. Expect the bundle to storm Japan in January for ¥26,250 ($277), after which we Americans will drop down on bended knee and plead for a US version.

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Gallery: Marantz’s IS301 wireless iPod dock elegantly cuts the cord



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