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Posted on January 15, 2010 8:32 AM This weekend, this review was inundated with anonymous flame posts that we believe was the Borne movie track of a competing AV company designed to smear the reputation of Lexicon. Many of these flames were written by users hiding under anonymity and had hurtful, factually incorrect statements that do not meet our content guidelines and were deleted. Today, we have changed the way you post comments to meaning that you can use your Facebook account and or create an HTR account. I have also turned the comments back on for this review. We apologize to those who thought that they were censored. Readers who know know that we are strong defenders free speech. We encourage readers to post constructive, enthusiastic and opinionated comments on this and any other review. Disagree with the review, ask questions, talk about other players or even disagree with HTR and or Dr. Taraszkas conclusions. What we will not tolerate is personal attacks, professional attacks on brands, HTR and or industry people and or overall flames. I know this has been a hot topic. I hope that you understand our position and keep the discussion moving forward in a positive Borne movie track lively direction. Posted on January 19, 2010 11:35 AM Here is a link to the Audioholics article that started the controversy. While a well respected website, I think that it is important to note that Audioholics is a review publication AND a store. In their store they sell the Oppo player. Posted on January 19, 2010 11:37 AM I also Borne movie track to add to the discussion that I spoke with Harman about their player. They sell the Lexicon to a completely different channel than Oppo does. Lexicon is sold to high end stores and installers. Oppo sells finished products to end users direct via the Internet as well as to MANY AV companies as a supplier. Harman is one of them. I believe Theta is another. i think there are others as well. Harman claims that nearly 40 percent of the parts of the unit are American and assembled in Borne movie track Elkhart, Indiana plant where Crown is made as well as some of the Mark Levinson line such as the No. 53 power amps. Posted on January 19, 2010 11:43 AM A lot of people are outraged at the idea that a company would buy and repackage a transport to be marketed under their brand and sold through their distribution. I think Borne movie track its more common that many people think. Most AV companies dont have the RD to build their Borne movie track transport or AV preamp so they go to OEM companies to buy the parts. They might tweak something here and or there but for the most part it could be very similar to other products on the market. A Mercedes C-class is built on the same platform as a Dodge Seibring. A Porsche Cayenne is built on the same chassis the VW Toureag.

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