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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Sep 21, 2009 0 comments
Here's one more reason to calibrate your video display: It'll cut the set's energy use by up to 50 percent, according to a study by THX.
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Posted: Aug 12, 2001 0 comments

<A HREF="">Texas Instruments</A> continues to push the envelope of high definition video. On August 8, the Dallas-based technology company announced a new version of its HD-1 Digital Micromirror Device (DMD). The semiconductor chip is the heart of TI's Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology, considered by many to be the best choice for creating high-quality images.

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Ultimate AV Staff Posted: Jun 07, 2004 0 comments

Add "Texas Instruments 2K DLP microchip" to your technophile lexicon.

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Posted: Aug 18, 2003 Published: Aug 19, 2003 0 comments

The next generation of home theater equipment is likely to be smaller and more efficient, thanks to recent developments in digital amplification at <A HREF="">Texas Instruments</A>.

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SV Staff Posted: Sep 03, 2014 2 comments
Service to Include HD Music Videos and Editorial Content from Music Journalists

WiMP HiFi, the Scandinavian music streaming service, today announced it will introduce Tidal, a high fidelity streaming service in the U.K. and U.S. later this fall with a monthly subscription of $19.99.

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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Jul 25, 2005 0 comments
Anyone who has ever tried to integrate a pair of floor-standing or even a pair of bookshelf speakers into a living room or bedroom knows that it's virtually impossible to make them invisible. Multiply that single pair by 2.5 (or more) for a home theater system, and you've got the makings of a decor disaster. Wall-mounted speakers eliminate the use of valuable floor space, but even the best visual designs suffer from being visible. In-wall speakers are about as close to seamless, seen-less speaker integration, but they're not always practical in terms of wall space thanks to little things like doors, windows, fireplaces, picture frames, indoor plants, and other decorative items. The final frontier for the heard-but-not-seen speaker is the ceiling where there's plenty of available space, and, when mixed in with the various light fixtures and vents, the speakers look absolutely natural.
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Chris Chiarella Posted: Jul 15, 2004 0 comments
Home networking is about to hop forward with the arrival of SkipJam, a hardware/software solution for watching, listening to, and digitally recording entertainment content housewide. With a wired or wireless network and an iMedia Center box in your stack of home theater gear, enjoy TV (including satellite) and more on the PC and share any audio/video source with an iMedia Player anywhere in the home, view/hear PC files in the living room, or bypass the computer altogether and simply network all your A/V devices directly, with high-quality audio and video including 24-bit/192-kilohertz DAC/ADCs with 114db dynamic range. Look for a hands-on review in an upcoming issue of Home Theater.
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Bob Ankosko Posted: Dec 12, 2012 0 comments
Planning to replace your main TV any time in the near future? Households in 14 markets around the world are now replacing TVs every 6.9 years, according to the NPD DisplaySearch Global TV Replacement Study, which is a year and a half sooner than the 8.4 years reported in last year’s study.
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SV Staff Posted: Oct 16, 2008 0 comments
Flexing its muscles, the FCC has slapped a fine on Time Warner Cable and Cox communications for introducing switched digital video signals into cable systems still utilizing CableCards.  This is a direct violation of federal rules that...
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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Nov 29, 2010 0 comments
Time Warner Cable is trying out some new moves, adding to its selection of packages and offering a new service that lets customers watch programs as much as three days old without need for a conventional DVR.
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SV Staff Posted: Aug 13, 2010 0 comments
Time Warner Cable is playing catch-up with Comcast. Three months ago, Comcast announced an iPad app that would let customers schedule their DVR and browse channel listings directly from their Apple device. Now, Time Warner Cable is announcing its...
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Posted: Sep 22, 2003 0 comments

Little noted in the hubbub about AOL Time Warner dropping the "AOL" from its corporate moniker is the news that Time Warner Cable has delivered over 150,000 TiVo-like devices to its customers&mdash;without the extra expense.

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SV Staff Posted: Dec 30, 2008 0 comments
No, really, I want my MTV. Time Warner Cable is about to yank MTV, and 19 other Viacom channels off the air over a few cents. Viacom just issued a statement saying that Time Warner Cable is going to pull Nickelodeon, COMEDY CENTRAL, VH1, MTV -...
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SV Staff Posted: Oct 26, 2015 0 comments
Starting this week Time Warner Cable is testing a version of its TWC TV service for Internet-only customers living in New York City, according to a report on
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Barry Willis Posted: Jul 20, 2002 0 comments

Caving to competition from direct broadcast satellite operators, Time Warner Cable plans to offer its customers a digital set-top box (STB) that will let them record, pause, and play back live television programs, much like the devices made by TiVo, Inc. and SonicBlue's ReplayTV division.