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Jason Gorber

Jason Gorber
Jason Gorber, M.A., is a film, technology, and media journalist and member of the Toronto Film Critics Association. He is the managing editor and chief film critic at That Shelf and a regular contributor to POV Magazine, SlashFilm, and CBC Radio. Jason has been a Tomatometer-approved critic for over 20 years, is an avid collector of music, movies, LEGO and many other aesthetic and technical treats.

Comparing five premium home audio brands

Bowers & Wilkens, Pioneer, Klipsch and Marantz, along with relative newcomer Devialet, push the limits of amazing sound for home audio.

Sudio B1 bone conduction headphones review

Sudio's B1 bone conduction headphones offer an alternative way to listen to audio while staying aware of your surroundings.

Sudio N2 and N2 Pro earphones review

Sudio's N2 and N2 Pro sibling models are solid earphones that are strong contenders to be your daily drivers.

Sudio A2 wireless earphones review

If you’re in the market for solid earphones that will give you hours of audio pleasure, the Sudio A2s could be the right fit.

Fuse Vert vertical turntable review

As a beginner turntable, a conversation piece, a display model for your favourite picture disc or coloured variant, the Fuse Vert vertical turntable provides a whimsical, space-saving solution for playing back records.

Samsung 65″ OLED 4K S92C smart TV review

The Samsung S92C OLED lands firmly in that pack of the best television sets you can buy right now.

5 seriously cool gifts for mom

It's no time like the present to pick out the perfect gift for the moms in your life.

Amer monitor arm mounts review

Amer's HYDRA1HDB and HYDRA2HANDLEBAR arm mounts make working on large monitors a breeze. They are easy to adjust and sturdy to boot!

Sony STR-AN1000 8K 7.2 channel A/V receiver review

A solid, well-engineered receiver, the Sony STR-AN1000 once again firmly establishes Sony as a stalwart in the home theatre environment.

Urbanista Austin everyday earbuds review

The Urbanista Austin earphones are light, water-resistant, and colourful earphones with decent sound quality for the latest tracks.