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Definitive Technology Pro Cinema 800 System Black
Definitive Technology Pro Cinema 800 System Black
Offered by AV Toy Store
Price: $979.95
22 used & new from $848.92

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Small speakers with big sound...., April 26, 2011
Don't let the size of these speakers deceive you. You might think it's not capable of handling the job of outputting great sounds; if you're thinking about that then your dead WRONG! The Definitive Technology Pro Cinema 800 systems is the best buy and a must have for any home audio freak. The crisp and clarity of these speakers are AMAZING! The small subwoofer that came with this unit isn't the type that is weak; as a matter of fact it's the other way around. The small sized subwoofer delivers excellent lows and pucnhy bass. The best things about this home audio speakers is their built-in technology in each of the smal speakers. The BDSS technology coupled with passive or bass radiators on top of each speakers helps deliver sound quality that is distorsion free. You get the clean mids because of the BDSS and clear lows because of the bass radiators. Both techonologies work in conjuction with one another in order to bring out that clear, crisp, low, and punchy sounds. With these speakers you can hear every detail in a movie regardless whether it's a DVD or Blu-Ray. You can hear a person pant when ther're breathing heavily, you can hear the clear sound of rain drops hitting the tea cups (Pirate of the Carribean; Deadman's chest scene), you can hear background noises that you never realise when watching it on an ordinary home audio system. When I was watching the blu-ray movie Green Zone (Matt Damon) and I could feel the explosion as if rocks, bullets whizzing as it passes, people yelling on the background, etc.

I am basically very satisfied with this home audio speaker system. Once I experienced the quality of Definitive Technology's speaker systems, I never looked back on anything. All I can say is that this is how home audio speakers should be made!

Gundam Wing the Movie - Endless Waltz (Special Edition)
Gundam Wing the Movie - Endless Waltz (Special Edition)
DVD ~ Mark Hildreth
5 used & new from $65.87

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Three beats of War, Peace, and Revolution summed up into one, February 7, 2001
This is by far the best Gundam anime I've ever seen. Basically, everything is there. You have the conflict, action, drama, and suspense all tied together in one great movie. I've watched other Gundam series such as Gundam 0080 "War in the Pocket" and Gundam 0083 "Star Dust Memory", but this one is unique of all two combined. They blended conventional animation with computer graphics and this is why it is so good. The mechanics of all Gundams were meticulously done down to the smallest detail. The designs of all five Gundams are not the same as we've seen in Gundam W TV Series. If I were to do a critique to the designes of these Gundams, I'd say they are brilliantly created. Hajime Katoki, the mechanical designer of Gundam W Endless Waltz did it again. Last but not the least, the plot of the story somewhat relates to our history. History is indeed like an Endless Waltz. "The three beats of War, Peace, and Revolution continue on forever."
The story starts by showing the battle in space we've all seen in the last episodes of the Gundam W TV edition. All five Gundams were shown doing each its own battles. After the war, peace was acquired and a new government is established. This is the Earth's Sphere Alliance and this government is funding a special agency called Preventers. The Preventers job is to basically maintain peace throughout the earth and it's neighboring space colonies. Since peace was acquired, the Gundam pilots do away with their Gundams by sending them straight to the sun to be destroyed. But what everyone don't know is deep into space another breed of conflict is brewing. Dekim Barton and his puppet Mariemeia has something up their sleeves. They wanted to commence the real Operation Meteor which is to dropped space colony X-18999 to earth and conquer it. Once again the Gundam pilots are called into action, but they don't have their Gundams to help them. Heero and Duo have the improvise by using the space Leos to do battle as they infiltrate space colony X-18999. Quatre's job was to retrieve the space resource disposal where their Gundams are. Trowa went undercover as a Mariemeia soldier to deceive those around him so that he be able to get access to the space colony stability control system and stop the whole Operation Meteor (brilliant plan!!!). Wu Fei however, was a Mariemeia soldier so he betrayed his fellow Gundam pilots. He wanted to know Mariemeia's plots and plans with Earth so he went along with her campaign of destruction.....
There's alot more to this movie, but I don't want to tell it all. If you are curious enough to ask for more, I'd say go buy the movie and you'll live to tell all about it.

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