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    Anyone fancy the new Kloss

    The new machine by Kloss is very sexy indeed and toms hardware liked it alot. I have to say that I am tempted to sell my shuttle and get one.
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    Looks too much like a hifi for me.

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    How about a review on HEXUS?

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    a review on Hexus sounds good.
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    Looks like a well designed bit of kit but from reading the review on Tom's the QC sounds a bit hit and miss.

    I also think it looks a little like a cheap hi-fi for me. Still, I like my HTPC's to sit in a small ALU box with maybe a power LED .
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    cheap hifi all over

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    Same old, same old a la MSI, Asus, etc—a bunch of widgets spliced onto the front that aren't integrated with the PC. Deer in the headlights BS...Them is purdy lights!
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    1- For those who aren't aware - TriGem is using a very famous name in promoting its SFF media system. It is after Henry Kloss. Here is a link to an obituary: http://www.tnt-audio.com/edcorner/kloss_e.html

    He was a pioneer in the quality home entertainment technology market in the U.S., involved with the founding and designs of such companies as AR (Acoustic Research), KLH, Advent, Cambridge Sound Works, etc... I wonder if TriGem is using the name under license or if the Kloss interests are having TriGem build the SFF for them. It would be interesting to find out which is actually the case and the terms of the agreement.

    2- And the iMon remote technology has been available separately for some time under the Ahanix trade name (perhaps related to TriGem as they are both Korean companies). So you can get it for your own system if you like.

    .bh.

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