Shane Buettner

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Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 16, 2006 0 comments

Anchor Bay Technologies announced the availability of DVDO’s most ambitious video processor yet, the iScan VP50. In addition to offering the ability to scale 480i/p, 720p and 1080i to 1080p, the new model can properly deinterlace 1080i to 1080p using Anchor Bay’s new HD Precision Deinterlacing algorithm. It features several HDMI inputs and can also accept and process 1080p signals and uses 10-bit processing throughout.

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 15, 2006 0 comments

Not that McIntosh ever really went anywhere, but it was still pretty cool to see the retro glass front panels and cool blue and green fluorescents lighting up an entire 7.1-channel home theater system.

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 15, 2006 0 comments

SIM2 announced late Friday that it is previewing the Grand Cinema HT5000 three-chip 1080p DLP projector, and will soon have a broad line of 1080p DLPs starting at just $10K.

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 15, 2006 0 comments

Digital Projection unveiled a broad line of DLP projectors at both 720p and 1080p resolutions, and in single- and three-chip configurations. Many of its projectors are available with the VIP 2000 outboard processor utilizing Silicon Optix’ vaunted Realta chip set with HQV (Hollywood Quality Video).

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 15, 2006 0 comments

RGPC’s irrepressible Dick McCarthy was at CEDIA with new products, as always. Pictured above are McCarthy and RGPC’s Alex Gianaris with the company’s latest power delivery components.

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 15, 2006 0 comments

Meridian’s Bob Stuart presided over a demonstration of Meridian’s model 350 in-walls speakers. The speakers can be configured as more traditional passive speakers connected to traditional power amps at speaker level, and they can also be configured as full digital active speakers using all digital connections and onboard amps.

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 15, 2006 0 comments

Toshiba is flying the <I>UAV</I> colors at CEDIA 2006, letting everyone who sees its HD DVD booth know that the two high-def players have received our good housekeeping stamp of approval.

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 15, 2006 0 comments

Berkeley, CA based importer/distributor extraordinaire, Sumiko has done the unthinkable, bringing Pro-Ject’s RM-10 <I>turntable</I> to CEDIA 2006.

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 15, 2006 0 comments

Silicon Valley based Niveus Media made compelling announcements of its new media servers, which are based on Microsoft’s Windows XP Media Center platform and also use Intel’s Viiv technology. While digital photos and music are on tap, as with many media servers, what will separate Niveus’ machines is the ability to handle HD DVD and other high-definition content.

Shane Buettner Posted: Sep 14, 2006 1 comments

Runco’s Video Xtreme line of DLP front projectors has been knocked up two big notches- while other manufacturers are aggressively marketing single-chip 1080p DLP, Runco is offering a series of three-chip 1080p models.

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