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Correction: Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., on CISPA
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Correction: Yahoo gets 'SNL' archive clips
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Correction: Potential Verizon bid?
The original version of this story contained a typo that misstated the amount of cash involved in the potential bid. Sources told Reuters that Verizon is confident it could raise about $50 billion from bank financing.
The anniversary was misidentified. Dark Horse Comics is marking the two-year anniversary of its digital efforts.
I can't name one truly high-end preamp with tone controls, and that's because most audiophiles wouldn't dream of altering the signal in any way. Home theater buyers see things differently, so virtually all AV receivers have bass and treble controls and many employ auto setup programs that feature extensive speaker and room correction processing. Some say the processing improves the sound. Personally, I'm far from convinced these calibration systems really do that, they change the sound, but the results are too inconsistent to be counted on. If your receiver has auto setup, try turning it off, … Read more