HT Staff

Sort By: Post Date | Title | Publish Date
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: Aug 27, 2001 0 comments
Want big sound for a small space? On a tight budget? Canton Electronics Corporation's new Movie 10-MX speaker system may be just what you're looking for.
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: Dec 23, 2002 0 comments
Canton has announced several new models of loudspeakers that should arrive at dealers in January.
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: Jan 28, 2003 0 comments
Manufacturer-to-dealer sales of DVD players continue to set record-breaking figures, according to a report released by the Consumer Electronics Association in late January.
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: Jan 03, 2013 0 comments
What better way to kick off the New Year than to head to Vegas for the 2013 International CES, the largest consumer technology trade show in the world?

Starting Monday, January 7, Home Theater’s crack staff will comb upwards of 2 million square feet of exhibit space to uncover the A/V gems hidden among the 20,000 (!) products slated for introduction throughout the week.

Whether you’re looking for the latest news on 4K/Ultra HDTV and OLED, speakers and soundbars, media streamers and wireless technology, or A/V receivers and Blu-ray players, plenty of news is heading your way.

We look forward to your comments!

Filed under
HT Staff Posted: May 21, 2001 0 comments
Canada's Classé Audio Inc. has long been known for building audiophile equipment. With the rise of home theater, the company expanded its offerings with multichannel amplifiers, DVD players, surround processors, and other product to enhance the experience of movie lovers everywhere.
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: Feb 24, 2004 Published: Feb 25, 2004 0 comments
Many home theater experts contend that the proper place for a center channel speaker is directly behind the screen, as in a commercial theater. Such arrangements require perforated screens that are acoustically transparent but visually reflective, an arrangement that can wreak havoc with some fixed-pixel projectors. Annoying moire patterns can result from the relationship between a projector's image elements and the holes in a perforated screen.
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: Aug 22, 2003 0 comments
La-Z-Boy
So you've finally put together your dream home theater. The screen is just perfect, the components come together nicely, and you're all ready to settle in for that Rocky marathon this weekend. If only you could enjoy it all from the comfort of your favorite La-Z-Boy recliner. Say no more, my friend. La-Z-Boy has answered your prayers with their new Home Theater Collection. Seven pieces comprise the new Matinee group: right and left one-arm recliners; right and left wedges with armless recliners; a two-arm recliner; a console with a storage drawer; and a standalone wedge. You can customize the recliners with La-Z-Boy's power recline system, which lets you recline or extend to virtually any position. La-Z-Boy says that each cushion is placed at a 15-degree angle and positioned so that the seat back won't block the surround sound. The suggested retail price of the dividing furniture pieces (including the wedge and console) ranges from $299 in fabric to $799 in leather. Prices for the seating furniture pieces (including the one- and two-arm recliners) range from $599 in fabric to $1,899 in leather with the power reclining option.
La-Z-Boy
(734) 242-1444
www.lazboy.com
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: Nov 23, 2004 0 comments
Terk
And you thought your antenna days were behind you. With Terk's new HDTVo HDTV antenna, you can receive both UHF and VHF signals. You'll be able to catch all of your local HDTV broadcasts, thanks to the HDTVo's directional log-periodic antenna array with a pair of curved elements that capture and focus HDTV signals toward the array. According to Terk, this produces a high degree of interference rejection. Additionally, the high-gain, ultra-low-noise amplifier is designed to increase the strength of weak signals and optimize them for maximum reception. The $120 antenna is lightweight and sleek, so it's a breeze to mount on the roof.
Terk
(631) 543-1900
www.terk.com
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: Oct 06, 2003 0 comments
Theta Digital
Here's looking at you, Theta Digital; or, more specifically, your new Casablanca III Music and Cinema Controller. (Come on, that joke was just too easy.) The Casablanca III features Theta's Open Architecture, which consists of a motherboard for signal routing and several daughter boards for various function-specific circuitries. The company says that the Casablanca III takes customization to a new level, offering hundreds of crossover options like Linkwitz-Riley and phase-perfect. Dolby Pro Logic II and DTS ES (in both Matrix and Discrete 6.1 versions) are standard. Prices range from $9,000 to $20,000, depending upon configuration. The Casablanca III will definitely have you asking Sam to play it again. (Sorry, we couldn't resist.)
Theta Digital
(818) 597-9195
www.thetadigital.com
Filed under
HT Staff Posted: May 22, 2003 0 comments
Onkyo
How many of us have dreamed of owning a multidisc DVD changer? Well, Onkyo makes that dream come true with their affordable DV-CP701, a six-disc changer that's a steal at just $300. The DV-CP701 features 10-bit/54-megahertz video processing, a progressive-scan composite video output, and 24-bit/192-kiohertz audio digital-to-analog converters. When you use the rear-panel optical and coaxial digital outputs, you can also make use of Onkyo's Direct Digital Path, which ensures maximum integrity of Dolby Digital, DTS, and PCM audio. All of this comes in a housing that measures a svelte 3.5 inches high and is available in a sleek silver or a traditional black finish. Onkyo also offers the DV-SP301, a single-disc model that sells for $150.
Onkyo
(800) 229-1687
www.onkyo.com

Pages

X
Enter your Sound & Vision username.
Enter the password that accompanies your username.
Loading