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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Dec 17, 2007 0 comments
We've almost become jaded with the rapid rollover of high-definition disc players. Some manufacturers are now on third generation models, and ready to launch a fourth generation at the January 2008 CES. But even with that, Panasonic surprised everyone several weeks ago with the announcement of the DMP-BD30, its second-generation design.
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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Dec 17, 2007 0 comments
Big things are happening with LCD flat panel televisions. New developments like LCD motion lag compensation and LED backlighting, manufacturers are attacking some of the well-known shortcomings of that technology.
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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Dec 17, 2007 0 comments

No one imagined two years ago that the cost of acquiring a high quality 1080p projector would drop to the levels many of them sell for today&mdash;levels, it could be argued, that were driven by Sony's own extremely competitive pricing, especially on the $5K <A HREF="http://ultimateavmag.com/videoprojectors/1106sonypearl/">VPL-VW50</A> "Pearl.".

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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Dec 17, 2007 0 comments
Look out, file sharers. Congress is about to enact draconian new legislation that would make penalties for copyright violation even stiffer.
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Adrienne Maxwell Posted: Dec 15, 2007 Published: Dec 04, 2007 0 comments
Can 120-hertz technology set LCD free from its motion limitations?

Given the explosion of LCD sales, one might expect LCD manufacturers to simply ease up on technology development. The average consumer seems quite pleased with LCD's image quality, so why change anything? It is to the manufacturers' credit that they continue to strive for improvement, to create a picture that both everyday users and videophiles can appreciate. Thus far, they've focused their efforts on two performance areas: motion and black level.

Ron Wiechmann Posted: Dec 14, 2007 5 comments

<I>How to start from scratch and achieve glory. </I>

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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Dec 14, 2007 0 comments
Universal Pictures and Vudu made high-definition history with The Bourne Ultimatum on December 11. The Matt Damon vehicle is the first major movie to be released at the same moment online, on DVD, and on HD DVD. The online version will be in high-def, placing it in direct competition with the HD DVD.
Rob O'Connor Posted: Dec 13, 2007 0 comments
The Black and White Album A&M/Octone
Music •••• Sound ••••

Hip-hop producer Pharrell Williams collaborates on a danceflo

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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Dec 13, 2007 0 comments
Hopes for a disc that would play in either HD DVD or Blu-ray players died a few weeks ago when Warner suspended plans to market what it had called a Total HD disc.
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Mel Neuhaus Posted: Dec 12, 2007 0 comments

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