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HT Staff  |  Apr 14, 2002  |  0 comments
Integrated A/V systems may not appeal to home theater elitists, but they have enormous appeal for people with less-than-capacious living quarters---apartments, condominiums, and town houses. That's a category that includes most people in most cities. It's also a market niche traditionally catered to by Bang & Olufsen.
HT Staff  |  Jun 14, 2004  |  0 comments
There may be some good deals ahead for value-seeking shoppers at Best Buy stores.
HT Staff  |  Mar 18, 2002  |  0 comments
Although front projectors usually get the nod from home theater elitists, rear projection sets are one of the most popular display solutions. Integrating the light source and the screen in a single unit seems to make the most sense for most home theater fans.
HT Staff  |  Sep 19, 2007  |  0 comments
Hi, I'm Troy McClure, and you might remember me from such educational films as. . . Sorry couldn't help myself. The Simpsons are on the big screen as I write this, and obviously that's gotten to my head. But seriously folks, the reaction to a recent Blog I wrote on next-gen interactivity brought to my attention that now is a very good time to catch you up on what is going on with Blu-ray Disc interactivity and how the players currently on the market and about to be on the market will (and won't) handle these features.
HT Staff  |  Jul 11, 2013  |  1 comments
Bowers & Wilkins, better known as B&W, has announced a new flagship model for its CM Series of speakers. The CM10 is the first speaker in the series to use the tweeter-on-top design pioneered in the acclaimed 800 Series and will be available in August for $4,000 a pair.
HT Staff  |  May 13, 2004  |  0 comments
"Better and cheaper" seems to be the mantra in the product development department at V, Inc. The Costa Mesa, CA-based video display maker has announced two new high-performance products - a DVD player and an HDTV receiver - certain to tweak the interest of budget-conscious home theater fans.
HT Staff  |  Oct 28, 2001  |  0 comments
Long one of the audio industry's most respected equipment makers, Canada's Bryston has made an impressive move into the home theater market with several new products. Notable among them is the 6B-ST amplifier, a three-channel powerhouse capable of 250 watts/channel into an 8-ohm load or a whopping 400 watts into 4.
HT Staff  |  Mar 18, 2013  |  1 comments
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Bryston Unveils Complete Loudspeaker Lineup

Tremendous dynamic capability and low distortion highlight new designs

Peterborough, Ontario March 14th, 2013 —Bryston, LTD ( has announced the introduction of a complete line of high performance loudspeakers engineered for both music and home theater applications.

HT Staff  |  Oct 20, 2003  |  0 comments
HDTV fans suddenly have more to choose from. On October 16, New York-based Cablevision Systems made good on its promise to deliver high-definition programming from the sky, with the launch of its Rainbow DBS (direct broadcast satellite) service.
HT Staff  |  Jul 30, 2001  |  0 comments
What's incredibly bright, compatible with almost any video format, and weighs only about eight pounds? Answer: Canon's new LV-7345, a high-performance portable projector with a price tag under $5000.