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SV Staff Posted: Sep 05, 2008 0 comments
If anyone thought that Panasonic was lagging in the hotly-contested display market, the company moved to dispel the misconception. The 65VX100U plasma display was unveiled, and it is wonderful indeed. The VX100 is a 65-inch custom-install only...
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Panasonic has two new players on tap: the DMP-BD35 and the DMP-BD55. Both players are Profile 2.0 compatible.The DMP-BD55 features 7.1 analog outputs. It's not clear if these will replace Panasonic's DMP-BD50 player, which has only been...
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Snell introduced two new members of its Signature Series speakers, the in-cabinet "hidden" model IC-B7 (pictured here) and the in-wall "invisible" model IW-B7 (pictured next page). Both models are derived from the respected (and...
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Back in Spring, John Sciacca discussed Mitsubishi's new LaserVue HDTVs. Mitsubishi officially showed off its new screens a few months ago, but while it was happy to show off the TV's technical attributes, it was reticent to offer any specific...
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The MC303 is McIntosh's first-ever multi-channel amplifier with Autoformer coupled output stage technology. The MC303 is a 300-watt, three-channel power amplifier and Autoformer allows each channel to deliver maximum power into 2-, 4- or 8-ohm...
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What? You thought SACD was dead? How wrong you would be. At least at the CEDIA Expo, SACD was making a strong comeback showing. Maybe higher-end installer types are presenting more demand than lowly big-box store customers. In any case, the high-end...
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Exhale. —Ken C. Pohlmann ...
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Exhale. —Ken C. Pohlmann ...
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Yep, love it or hate it, Blu-ray is springing up all over. Denon showed its "affordable" player, the DVD-1800BD. This profile 1.0 version 1.1 player features HDMI 1.3a output, Deep Color and BonusView support, full bitstream output of...
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The CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association) expo in Denver is hot and heavy with new Blu-ray players, just in time for the upcoming holiday season. Perhaps one of the most anticipated players is from Yamaha. Yamaha is going...

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