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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.

Everything you need to know about TV tech terms

What's the difference between MicroLED, Mini-LED, OLED, and QLED television? Here's a recap of each type of TV.

Why you should consider a Mini-LED television

Mini-LED is the TV upgrade you've been waiting for. Here's what this TV tech is, how it works, and why your next TV should be Mini-LED.

Denon AVR-S760H receiver review

The Denon AVR-S760H is an excellent entry-level multi-channel home theatre receiver, ideal for gamers, movie fans, and music lovers alike

Sennheiser HD 560S headphones review

The Sennheiser's HD 560S are designed for critical listening and comfort. Are the compromises on other functions worth it? Let's find out.

Sennheiser SPORT true wireless earbuds review

Sennheiser SPORT earbuds
A look at the Sennheiser SPORT true wireless earbuds; perfect for the gym, on a run, or even laying about at the beach.

Urbanista Seoul gaming earphones review

'm reviewing Urbanista Seoul - low-latency gaming wireless headphones that pack quite the punch. Can they stand up to your gaming sessions?

Pioneer VSX-935 AV receiver review

The Pioneer VSX-935 receiver
A detailed look at the Pioneer VSX-935 Receiver, a powerful yet easy to use device that can fit nicely at the heart of your home theatre setup.

Sony HT-A5000 sound bar system review

Sony a5000 sound bar review
The Sony A5000 soundbar paired with the Sony SW3 Subwoofer and Sony RS3S Surround Speakers, may be the best sound bar system you can buy.

Sony SRS-RA3000 wireless speaker review

Sony SRS-RA3000 wireless speaker offers a rock-solid wireless performance that really shines when you listen to clean, original audio.

Urbanista Los Angeles solar-powered headphones review

Urbanista Los Angeles Headphones
The Urbanista Los Angeles solar-powered headphones are comfortable noise-canceling headphones that you'll never need to plug in to charge.