BDI Revo Audio/video cabinet with swivel base

BDI Revo Audio/video cabinet with swivel base

The BDI audio/video cabinet is a stylish entertainment unit compact enough to fit into tight spaces. It comes in espresso and cherry finishes and accomodates flat panel televisions with screen sizes up to 37". The unit has a convenient swivel base for easy repositioning.

  • Our annual beach vacation includes a 10-hr drive back and forth and this is the first year we have iPhones rather than iPods. Previously we used the iTrip for music enjoyment, but not only was that not a fantastic solution (conne... Our annual beach vacation includes a 10-hr drive back and forth and this is the first year we have iPhones rather than iPods. Previously we used the iTrip for music enjoyment, but not only was that not a fantastic solution (connection problems and finding stations can get annoying) it tends to add up when you have to buy a new one every time Apple changes the connecting port. So I compared prices for an iPhone compatible iTrip with just upgrading my car stereo and the car upgrade won out. I chose Alpine because of the great reviews and because the interface seemed more intuitive and less garish (I hate overwhelming red LED). My only complaint is that I thought I could recharge and connect via USB (in the front), and while I could connect via AUX, it wouldn't be controllable by the radio itself. I had to buy an additional iPod/iPhone cable that plugs in behind and that enabled me to control song selection via the radio controls as well as charge and access other features on my iPhone. Overall, I'm pretty happy.

  • Ironman + Nintendo Wii seems like a worthwhile marriage. Though this is based on the movie, it includes plotlines from the comic. Might need to lobby to get this one in the ThisNext office.

  • At just $1000, this is a really affordable HDTV from Samsung. This 1080p LCD model is great for hooking up to a Blu-ray player for the ultimate home movie-watching experience. It has an impressive 15,000:1 contrast ratio.

  • $1000 for a 50" high-definition TV is not that bad. This DLP model is from the trust Samsung brand. It conveniently has 3 HDMI inputs. The one I have at home only has one so I have to keep on switching between the cable box and DV... $1000 for a 50" high-definition TV is not that bad. This DLP model is from the trust Samsung brand. It conveniently has 3 HDMI inputs. The one I have at home only has one so I have to keep on switching between the cable box and DVD player. Must upgrade.