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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Oct 12, 2006 0 comments
It may not seem logical, but Logitech believes that 670 comes right after 659 - when it comes to remotes, that is.
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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Oct 10, 2006 0 comments
RealNetworks' Rhapsody music service keeps finding new partners to jam with. Earlier this month, Sonos announced a software update to their multi-room digital music system that allows users to access Rhapsody's immense library of songs without requiring a computer. Now the behemoth big box retailer Best Buy is giving the free world access to the Best Buy Digital Music Store - a an on-line purchasing playhouse powered by the Rhapsody 4.0 service.
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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Oct 09, 2006 0 comments
Remote Technologies, Inc, a residential and commercial control products manufacturer more known to custom installers than the average retail consumer, is introducing three new keypads that will help the company's name appear in a broader range of homes with multi-room entertainment systems. RTI says the keypads are completely customizable, programmable, and upgradeable.
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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Sep 28, 2006 0 comments
At the CEDIA EXPO held earlier this month in Denver, Colorado, Infinity Systems introduced three new systems in the company's Total Solutions System line: the TSS-1200, TSS-800, and TSS-500. Each speaker system is a complete 5.1-channel package that includes two pairs of wall-mountable satellite speakers, a low-profile center channel, and a powered subwoofer.
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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Sep 27, 2006 0 comments
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is warning that a proposed bill in the Senate will be bad for U.S. consumers.
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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Sep 26, 2006 0 comments
During each EXPO, CEDIA members vote on the best of the best custom installations from the previous year. This years winners include:
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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Sep 25, 2006 0 comments
Wiremold wants do-it-yourself flat-panel TV installers to play hide-and-seek with the many cables plasma and LCD TVs have to have in order to do their thing. Professional installers have the wherewithal to slip those butt-ugly cables in the wall behind a high-tech display; but you and I might not be so inclined, nor do we have the tools necessary to make an in-the-wall install really stay in the wall. (If you think a crowbar might be a good tool to use when installing any kind of electronics in the wall, you should consider consulting a professional.)
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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Sep 25, 2006 0 comments
If you've been thinking about taking the big step to high-definition front projection entertainment (it's well worth the cost and effort, that's for sure), then Optoma has a thousand dollar offer you just about can't refuse. (Well, you could, but then you'd be forced to continue watching that tiny 42-inch plasma you paid more than $1,000 for last year...)
Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Sep 19, 2006 1 comments
Polk Audio's newest in-wall speakers were on display for all CEDIAnistas to see. In a separate part of the booth, Polk demonstrated the company's - and the world's - first THX Ultra2 Certified in-ceiling loudspeaker, the RTS100, along with the RTS105 in-wall. On static display were two THX Ultra2 Certified hopefuls from Polk: a dipole in-wall and an in-wall center channel.

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