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HT Staff Posted: Jul 20, 2005 0 comments
MoDesign (Monster, LLC)
Are you looking to house your various electronics in a way that will add to your room's décor rather than detract from it? MoDesign's $2,500 Audio/Video Component Tower 6000, part of their Centra line of home theater consoles, is made with a smoked-black-tinted glass door and sleek, lustrous wood. If you don't like the glass, wooden doors with either a light- or deep-cherry finish are also available separately. The unit is functional, too. According to MoDesign, a dual-fan cooling system helps your components perform as they should, and the glass door is specially designed not to interfere with signals from remote controls. The Monster Cable Management System helps keep your cables neatly organized.
MoDesign (Monster, LLC)
(866) 563-6388
www.MDesignLife.com
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HT Staff Posted: Sep 18, 2012 0 comments
Panasonic TC-L55ET5 3D LCD HDTV
Images are said to be bright and clear from almost any seat in the room thanks to a new high-efficiency LED-backlit LCD panel that maintains brightness over a wide viewing angle, while consuming 25 percent less power than Panasonic’s 2011 LCD HDTVs. A Web browser and built-in Wi-Fi make it easy to access online content, select apps from the Viera Connect Market, and video chat (optional camera required). The TV supports passive (polarized) 3D viewing and can convert any video to 3D; four pair of 3D glasses are included.
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HT Staff Posted: Jun 06, 2004 0 comments
Yamaha
Now you can enjoy your music collection throughout your entire home with Yamaha's MCX-C15 MusicCAST in-wall music access client. The client works in conjunction with Yamaha's MCX-1000 server, which features an 80-gigabyte hard drive from which you can access all of your stored content. The MCX-C15 is connected to the server using CAT-5 wiring; you can also connect it wirelessly by adding a wireless access point that supports IEEE 802.11b/g. The server-to-client system can support up to five wireless connections and two wired connections. Yamaha's in-wall client will add audio to any room for $649.
Yamaha
(800) 4-YAMAHA
www.yamaha.com/yec
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HT Staff Posted: Aug 23, 2004 0 comments
PSB Speakers
Nothing pleases us more than to hear that the manufacturer of a solid product has introduced a complement to said product. Such is the case with PSB's new SubSonic 9 subwoofer ($1,599), which the company designed to be the perfect complement to their Platinum Series speakers. The sub has dual 10-inch woofers in an opposing-woofer design. According to PSB, this design cancels the opposite directional force exerted by a single woofer so that less energy is lost as the two forces interact with the cabinet. The Class H amp delivers a rated 400 watts of continuous output. Look for the SubSonic 9 early in the fourth quarter.
PSB Speakers
(905) 831-6555
www.psbspeakers.com
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HT Staff Posted: Dec 19, 2003 0 comments
Primare
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HT Staff Posted: Jun 14, 2004 0 comments
Universal Electronics
Nothing's more annoying than losing the remote control between the couch cushions. Universal Electronics' new 8-in-1 Kameleon remote features a remote finder, which helps you locate a misplaced remote control. The device can control up to eight electronic devices and will illuminate the buttons necessary for operating a specific component. DVR lovers will enjoy the commercial-skip button, which lets you fast-forward through commercials. Commercial mute allows you to maintain a desired volume level between commercials and shows. The 8-in-1 Kameleon is available now at RadioShack for $80.
Universal Electronics
(714) 820-1000
www.uei.com
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HT Staff Posted: Jun 12, 2003 0 comments
Tannoy
Tannoy developed the Wideband SuperTweeter titanium-dome tweeter to take advantage of high-resolution audio. According to the company, the Wideband SuperTweeter works with SACD and DVD-Audio players to produce frequencies above 20 kilohertz. Well, the Wideband SuperTweeter is making an appearance in Tannoy's new line of Sensys loudspeakers. The Sensys range includes a tower speaker, a bookshelf model, a dedicated surround speaker, and the Sensys C center-channel speaker shown here, which features two 6-inch midrange drivers in addition to the Wideband SuperTweeter. The Sensys speakers are currently available in a black-ash or a maple finish (Tannoy plans to make them available in a rosewood finish, as well), and they range in price from a reasonable $250 to $500 each.
Tannoy
(519) 745-1158
www.tannoy.com
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HT Staff Posted: Mar 19, 2004 0 comments
TAW
Looking for a product that won't be obsolete any time soon? Then TAW's new ROCK PRO is the unit for you. The newest addition to TAW's line of video processors uses installable input devices to ensure that the processor is always compatible with the latest technology. The first available device allows high-definition ATSC, NTSC, and PAL/YUV/RGB/RGBHV inputs. The ROCK PRO will scale to 480p through 1536p in 2-pixel vertical and 8-pixel horizontal increments. Look for additional input devices, like DVI and FireWire, in the future. What's the price of a processor that will never be obsolete? It's all yours for $8,199.
TAW
(407) 363-5365
www.taw.biz
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HT Staff Posted: May 09, 2013 0 comments
A 3D camcorder plus a high-end soundbar, wireless music system, and serious digital music player from three classic audio brands, and other cool stuff...
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HT Staff Posted: Mar 28, 2005 0 comments
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