Let the HDTV Rain

One of the primary obstacles to getting high-bandwidth video such as HDTV to the home via cable is the limited signal-carrying capacity of what is termed "the last mile." Currently, cable modem users share a data pipe with TV channels that can carry about 30 megabits-per-second (mbps) into their homes.

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Sharp Will Build New LCD TV Plant

Large liquid crystal display screens were among the most intriguing video technologies demonstrated at the 2002 Consumer Electronics Show.

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B&W Launches New Subwoofers

In typical British understatement, product literature for B&W's new subwoofers mentions that "movies in particular can be very demanding of subwoofers and some special effects can test them to the limit."
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Runco DLP Projector Features Latest Chipset

One of the biggest names in video projection technology has a hot new DLP projector on the market. (DLP, or "Digital Light Processing," originated at Texas Instruments and has been licensed to projector makers worldwide.) Runco's VX-1000c uses a new TI digital micromirror device (DMD) with a 1280 x 720 pixel array, ideal for 16:9 screens.
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Sharp XV-Z9000U 16:9 dlp projector HD1 Chip Set

You want to believe. I want to believe. We all want to believe that, some day, a tiny chip the size of a 35mm transparency in a video-display device the size and weight of a slide projector will be capable of producing a moving video image so exquisitely filmlike that it will banish bulky, expensive, tweaky CRT projectors to the trash heap of technological history.

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Sharp XV-Z9000U 16:9 dlp projector The PC Connection

You want to believe. I want to believe. We all want to believe that, some day, a tiny chip the size of a 35mm transparency in a video-display device the size and weight of a slide projector will be capable of producing a moving video image so exquisitely filmlike that it will banish bulky, expensive, tweaky CRT projectors to the trash heap of technological history.

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Sharp XV-Z9000U 16:9 dlp projector Measurements

You want to believe. I want to believe. We all want to believe that, some day, a tiny chip the size of a 35mm transparency in a video-display device the size and weight of a slide projector will be capable of producing a moving video image so exquisitely filmlike that it will banish bulky, expensive, tweaky CRT projectors to the trash heap of technological history.

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Sharp XV-Z9000U 16:9 dlp projector Review System

You want to believe. I want to believe. We all want to believe that, some day, a tiny chip the size of a 35mm transparency in a video-display device the size and weight of a slide projector will be capable of producing a moving video image so exquisitely filmlike that it will banish bulky, expensive, tweaky CRT projectors to the trash heap of technological history.

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Sharp XV-Z9000U 16:9 dlp projector Specifications

You want to believe. I want to believe. We all want to believe that, some day, a tiny chip the size of a 35mm transparency in a video-display device the size and weight of a slide projector will be capable of producing a moving video image so exquisitely filmlike that it will banish bulky, expensive, tweaky CRT projectors to the trash heap of technological history.

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You want to believe. I want to believe. We all want to believe that, some day, a tiny chip the size of a 35mm transparency in a video-display device the size and weight of a slide projector will be capable of producing a moving video image so exquisitely filmlike that it will banish bulky, expensive, tweaky CRT projectors to the trash heap of technological history.

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