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SV Staff Posted: Feb 14, 2017 1 comments
Sony has announced that the high dynamic range (HDR)-enabled 4K/Ultra HD TVs it introduced at CES will be available in March at prices starting at $1,000 for a 43-inch model and scaling up to $7,500 for a 75-inch set.
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SV Staff Posted: Feb 14, 2017 0 comments
HBO has announced that Season 3 of the comedy series Silicon Valley is coming to Blu-ray April 11.
SV Staff Posted: Feb 13, 2017 0 comments
Denon says the wearability, durability, and sound quality of its latest Bluetooth wireless sports earphones have been improved over previous models.
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SV Staff Posted: Feb 10, 2017 2 comments
Vancouver, Canada-based Portmanteau Stereo Co. has successfully crowdfunded its Rockit Log line of portable speakers, exceeding its $50,000 Kickstarter goal with 11 days to go.
SV Staff Posted: Feb 10, 2017 0 comments
Sony has announced that its first 4K/Ultra HD Blu-ray player will hit stores in March with a $300 price tag.
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SV Staff Posted: Feb 09, 2017 0 comments
Vizio today announced the availability of a firmware update that adds HDR10 high dynamic range (HDR) decoding capability to a half dozen of its E-Series SmartCast Ultra HD displays.
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SV Staff Posted: Feb 09, 2017 0 comments
Why leave home to attend a live concert when you can strap on a headset and replicate the experience of being there—complete with 360° sound?
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SV Staff Posted: Feb 08, 2017 0 comments
Inca won’t win any awards for the pedestrian name it has bestowed upon its latest TV concealment system, but the “Vertical Step Back & Rise” mechanism (900806-VSR) is sure to elicit oohs and aahs from unsuspecting bystanders.
SV Staff Posted: Feb 08, 2017 0 comments
Bowers & Wilkins is applying knowledge gleaned from nearly 40 years of refining its iconic 800 series of floorstanding speakers to a new line of in-wall speakers.
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SV Staff Posted: Feb 07, 2017 0 comments
Vizio has agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and New Jersey’s Office of The Attorney General that it installed software to collect viewing data on 11 million smart TVs without consumers’ knowledge or consent.

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