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On February 23, 2011, Doug Schneider and Jeff Fritz visited the headquarters and main manufacturing facility of JL Audio, located in Miramar, Florida, USA. JL Audio manufactures audio products for home, mobile, marine, and power-sports use. This third part shows the testing of the assembled subwoofers, as well as the "Push-Apart" test that challenges the integrity of the adhesive used in JL Audio's drivers. An additional photo-based tour of JL Audio can also be found on www.SoundStageGlobal.com.

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On February 23, 2011, Doug Schneider and Jeff Fritz visited the headquarters and main manufacturing facility of JL Audio, located in Miramar, Florida, USA. JL Audio manufactures audio products for home, mobile, marine, and power-sports use. This second part shows the complete assembly of a Fathom-series subwoofer in the Home Products Assembly area. An additional photo-based tour of JL Audio can also be found on www.SoundStageGlobal.com.

Note: This video streams from YouTube and can be watched there in high-definition (720p).

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On February 23, 2011, Doug Schneider and Jeff Fritz visited the headquarters and main manufacturing facility of JL Audio, located in Miramar, Florida, USA. JL Audio manufactures audio products for home, mobile, marine, and power-sports use. This first part includes an introduction as well as glimpses into the fiberglass fabricating and woodworking areas, where the Gotham g213 and Fathom IWS subwoofers are made. An additional photo-based tour of JL Audio can also be found on www.SoundStageGlobal.com.

Note: This video streams from YouTube and can be watched there in high-definition (720p).

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In September 2010, SoundStage! Network publisher Doug Schneider covered CEDIA Expo in Altanta, GA, USA. There he talked to Sandy Gross, the president of GoldenEar Technology, a brand-new loudspeaker company that unveiled its full line of products including the new Triton Two loudspeaker that retails for $2500/pair. In this video, Sandy talks about the Triton Two's design concept and technical details.

Note: This video streams from YouTube and can be watched there in high-definition (720p).

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On September 11, 2010, Canada-based Axiom Audio celebrated their company's 30th anniversary and invited to their get-together current and past staff members, the media, and customers who have purchased their products over the years. In this video, SoundStage! Network publisher Doug Schneider talks with founder and president Ian Colquhoun about the details of the 30th-anniversary festivities.

Note: This video streams from Youtube.com and can be watched there in high-definition (720p).

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On September 11, 2010, Canada-based Axiom Audio celebrated their company's 30th anniversary and invited to their get-together current and past staff members, the media, and customers who have purchased their products over the years. In this video, SoundStage! Network publisher Doug Schneider talks with founder and president Ian Colquhoun about what makes Axiom a unique and long-lasting brand.

Note: This video streams from Youtube.com and can be watched there in high-definition (720p).

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High End 2010 was held May 6-9 in Munich, Germany. Doug Schneider and the rest of the SoundStage! Network team were there covering the show. This video was shot on May 9 and features Hans Ole Vitus of Vitus Audio who describes the company's SS-010, a 25Wpc, pure-class-A stereo amplifier with an integrated volume control that retails in Europe for 13,500 euros. 

Note: This video streams from Youtube.com and can be watched there in high-definition (720p).

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High End 2010 was held May 6-9 in Munich, Germany. Doug Schneider and the rest of the SoundStage! Network team were there covering the show. This video was shot on May 9 and features Terry Dorn of Audio Research Corporation describing the company's Anniversary Edition Reference preamplifier, their new flagship model, that was created to celebrate the company's 40th year in business. The Anniversary Edition Reference retails for $25,000. 

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