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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 10, 2002 0 comments

It appears that almost nobody in government thinks a single direct broadcast satellite system is a good idea.

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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 10, 2002 0 comments

Journalists and television industry analysts have stated from the outset that three types of content would drive high definition television: adult fare, blockbuster movies, and sports.

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SV Staff Posted: Mar 07, 2002 0 comments

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SV Staff Posted: Mar 07, 2002 0 comments

1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED.

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This giveaway has ended.

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Mike McGann Posted: Mar 06, 2002 Published: Mar 07, 2002 0 comments
The ins and outs of A/V connections.

Anyone who's looked at the back of a new, high-end TV or receiver and gazed upon row after row of ports knows that there just might be too many ways to connect other devices. Believe it or not, more inputs are going to become commonplace in the next few years (a number of high-end TVs already have seven video inputs in four different formats). Whether you fall into the category of those who are just discovering the merits of S-video or those who like to argue the merits of their projector's five-wire RGB inputs, the number and type of connections, ports, and inputs has exploded in the last decade, and it isn't going to get any simpler in the next few years.

Kevin Hunt Posted: Mar 06, 2002 Published: Mar 07, 2002 0 comments
With the DHT-700DV, Denon takes one small step into the HTIB arena.

Denon threw away convention in the 1990s when they partnered their electronics with Mission loudspeakers to produce a series of two-channel mini-systems. Other than maybe David Crosby and Melissa Etheridge, was there a more-stunning collaboration in the decade?

Mike Wood Posted: Mar 06, 2002 Published: Mar 07, 2002 0 comments
Ten HD-ready and two HDTV rear-projection televisions lock heads in a battle to the death.

Hi, my name is Mike, and I have a problem. My problem is that I open my big mouth during editorial meetings. Sure, I have some good ideas (like the van-speakers story, which I mentioned as a joke yet everybody loved it—you people are weird). But, for every good idea, there's a multitude of crappy ones. It's a statistical-average thing. Unfortunately, the ideas that editor Maureen Jenson seems to like are the big, time-consuming, and labor-intensive ones. Take this Face Off, for example. We had a couple of sets already. I figured I'd invite other manufacturers, get one or two more sets, and have a good, manageable comparison. It's just my luck that nearly every manufacturer decided to participate.

Daniel Kumin Posted: Mar 05, 2002 0 comments

The two-tiered THX certification system for A/V components reminds me of canned black olives: the smallest ones you can buy are labeled "large," and they range upward from there to "jumbo," "colossal," and, I suppose, "gargantuan." Similarly, the lowest THX rating, THX Select, is awarded to very good midprice gear, while THX Ultra2 (an upgrade of plain ol

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Ken C. Pohlmann Posted: Mar 05, 2002 0 comments

For a century we've been industriously broadcasting radio programs all across the globe, with the great majority of programs received free of charge. After light bulbs, radios are probably the most ubiquitous electrical devices on earth. Radio is cool. Life is good.

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