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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Jan 19, 2003 0 comments

<I>Voices of Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Dennis Leary. Directed by Chris Wedge. Aspect ratios: 1.85:1 (anamorphic), 4:3. Dolby Digital 5.1 (English), Dolby Surround 2.0 (French, Spanish). Two discs. 81 minutes. 2002. 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment 2004664. PG. $29.98.</I>

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Posted: Jan 19, 2003 0 comments

Steven Stone fires up the <A HREF="http://www.guidetohometheater.com/showarchives.cgi?81">SIM2 Grand Cinema HT300 DLP video projector</A> and explains why "DLP projectors are the future."

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Barry Willis Posted: Jan 18, 2003 0 comments

<A HREF="http://www.replaytv.com">ReplayTV</A> may have a strong following, but not enough strong followers to save it from a crushing load of debt.

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HT Staff Posted: Jan 18, 2003 0 comments
Every year at the Consumer Electronics Show, previously unknown companies make their debut. One that caught our attention this year is Fountain Valley, CA-based V Inc. This year, the company hopes to leverage its expertise in the computer display field with a foray into home entertainment, with a line of affordable plasma displays and an MPEG-4 DVD player.
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HT Staff Posted: Jan 16, 2003 0 comments
Samsung Electronics is going where no manufacturer has gone before, but where many are certain to follow.
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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Jan 15, 2003 0 comments

<I>Voices of Daveigh Chase, Tia Carrere, Ving Rhames, David Ogden Stiers, Jason Scott Lee, Zoe Caldwell, Kevin McDonald, Kevin Michael Richardson. Directed by Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois. Aspect ratio: 1.66:1. Dolby Digital 5.1 (English), Dolby Surround 2.0 (French, Spanish). 85 minutes. 2002. Walt Disney Home Video 00596. PG. $29.99.</I>

Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 15, 2003 0 comments

With A/V receivers now approaching the size, weight, and complexity of small apartment buildings, separating the processing and control functions from the amplification is becoming an attractive alternative for growing numbers of home-theater enthusiasts. While this approach is usually more expensive in the short run, most serious videophiles find that the long-term flexibility and enhanced performance more than offset the added cost.

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Drew Thompson Posted: Jan 13, 2003 0 comments
(Photos by Ebet Roberts) You might not know the name, but you definitely know the movies. The Sixth Sense, the left-field hit of 1999, put director M.
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SV Staff Posted: Jan 13, 2003 0 comments
Harman Kardon Master of the digital domain-Harman Kardon's DPR 1001 Digital Path Receiver is designed to keep digital signals digital right up to the final output stage. It's rated to deliver 50 watts each to seven channels and can decode Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES soundtracks.
David Ranada Posted: Jan 13, 2003 0 comments
Finding a product that performs better than its price would lead you to expect is always a pleasure for a reviewer. Toshiba's SD-4800 is just such a product-a relatively inexpensive DVD player that's packed with all the latest features. For example, it plays DVD-Audio discs through its multichannel analog outputs, which also serve for Dolby Digital playback.

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