Trinnov announces 5-year warranty extension for Altitude32 home theater processor
Trinnov has announced a 5-year warranty extension program for the flagship Altitude32 preamp/processor. Before the first of the French company’s customers potentially enter their 6th year of ownership of the 30.2-channel controller, they can now opt to have their units refurbished and consequently extend warranty conditions by another five years. In 2018, the company had already updated its warranty policies on high-end products by extending the protection period from three to five years. Products covered by the scheme will receive a complete check-up and refresh with full inspection and ‘thorough’ testing. Hardware will also be replaced to restore products to new condition. For more information, visit Trinnov.
HELM Audio launches portable BOLT DAC/AMP USB adaptor with THX Certification
HELM Audio Ltd. this week announced the launch of another THX Certified product, the HELM BOLT DAC/AMP mobile USB digital analog converter, which also supports MQA technology. The company says the product is aimed at elevating sound quality for portable devices and carries the ‘coveted’ THX Certification for device performance. The model was premiered at CES 2020 and HELM was awarded four CES Innovation Honoree Awards, one of which was for the new adaptor. You can buy the $99 product direct from HELM’s website.
VIZIO announces early Black Friday deals
In the days ahead, VIZIO will be offering Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on TVs and sound bars, both in-store and online, with some representing $500 savings. However, in the meantime, Walmart is stocking the 2021 50” M6X-Series Quantum TV which is currently on sale online for $298 (MSRP: $389) until December 31st. Amazon, meanwhile, has the 2021 V-Series 2.1 Sound Bar on sale for $128 (MSRP: $149.99) until December 2nd.
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