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Fred Manteghian Posted: Nov 03, 2003 0 comments

<I>Joe Messina, Robert White, Eddie Willis, guitar; Johnny Griffith, Joe Hunter, Earle Van Dyke, piano, organ; Bob Babbitt, James Jamerson, bass; Richard Allen, William Benjamin, Uriel Jones, drums; Jack Ashford, vibraphone; Eddie Brown, bongos; Bootsy Collins, Ben Harper, Chaka Khan, Gerald Levert, Me'Shell Ndeg&#233;Ocello, Joan Osborne, vocals. Directed by Paul Justman. Aspect ratio: 1.85 (anamorphic). Dolby Digital 5.1 EX, DTS 6.1 ES, Dolby Stereo 2.0. Two discs. 110 minutes. 2002. Artisan 13780. PG. $22.98.</I>

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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Nov 03, 2003 0 comments

It's easy to visualize the operation of a CRT projector: three tubes, each operating much as the picture tube in the TV on your kitchen counter, flashing overlapping red, green, and blue analog images onto the screen. If you have a good model in top operating condition, and if you or your installer have slaved over its setup, you'll see an incredible picture&mdash;one that, on a home-size screen (not so large as to accentuate a CRT's main limitation of light output), is still as good as home video gets.

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Barry Willis Posted: Nov 03, 2003 0 comments

As of October 28, electronics manufacturers have little choice about whether to include digital tuners in new television sets.

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Convergence is upon us. Technology long associated with information processing is increasingly a part of many people's home entertainment experience.

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Audio industry pioneer Jim Fosgate has joined an elite group of engineers and scientists who have made significant contributions to the advancement of television technology.

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Thomas J. Norton takes a spin with the <A HREF="/videoprojectors/1003sharp">SharpVision XV-Z10000U DLP projector</A>, which features Texas Instrument's latest HD2 digital micromirror device. After seeing four HD2 projectors, TJN explains why the Sharp "just might have edged its way to the front of the pack."

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The Home Technology & Photography Group (HT&P) of Primedia and website <A HREF="http://BestStuff.com">BestStuff.com</A> announced today the launch of <I>Best</I>, a shopping magazine focused on the products and experiences that enhance an upscale lifestyle. <I>Best</I>, which hits newsstands on Thursday, November 6 at a $3.99 cover price, is an "aspirational" magazine which offers features ranging from the selection and use of home theaters and high-end audio and video systems, to digital photography, computers, and video imaging products, as well as the finest in automobiles and ultimate travel suggestions.

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HT Staff Posted: Nov 03, 2003 0 comments
The Home Technology & Photography Group (HT&P) of Primedia and Web site Beststuff.com, announced today the launch of Best, a shopping magazine focused on the products and experiences that embrace an upscale lifestyle. Best, which hits newsstands on Thursday, November 6 at a $3.99 cover price, is an "aspirational" magazine which offers features ranging from the selection and use of home theaters and high-end audio and video systems, to digital photography, computers and video imaging products, as well as the finest in automobiles and ultimate travel suggestions.
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Ken C. Pohlmann Posted: Nov 02, 2003 0 comments
Photos by Michelle Hood Disney has always stood above every other studio when it comes to animation.
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SV Staff Posted: Nov 02, 2003 0 comments
Gateway Your plasma-TV dreams have a little room to grow now that Gateway's 50-inch GTW-P50M203 flat-panel HDTV monitor is on the scene. Not only can the 1,366 x 768-pixel screen bring you true high-def images, but the widescreen set is only $7,000.

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