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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Video: Sencore at CEDIA Expo 2009
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CE Pro's Jason Knott stops by Sencore's booth and talks video calibration and processing with Sencore and their partners.


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Posted by CE Pro Editors on 09/16 at 07:49 AM
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Friday, September 04, 2009

SIM2, Krell to Share Booth at CEDIA Expo 2009
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While some companies are scaling back their CEDIA Expo 2009 exhibits — or not exhibiting at all — SIM2 is looking to increase its presence and gain some market share.

That’s why the projector manufacturer decided to co-exhibit with Krell in booth 2912, according to SIM2. Bringing Krell’s high-end audio components into the mix, SIM2 says its full in-theater demos will “leave a lasting impression.”

Bill McKiegan, Krell’s VP of USA sales and marketing, goes even further. “We expect to deliver the most exciting home theater experience at the Expo.”

“Each brand represents the pinnacle of performance in its respective category,” says Charlie Boornazian, SIM2’s VP of sales and marketing.

Boornazian adds that the two companies have another connection. “We share the common goal of wanting to bring reference quality back to the forefront," he says. "While many brands are trying to ‘make do’ with low-priced products,…
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Posted by Tom LeBlanc on 09/04 at 09:43 AM
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Friday, September 12, 2008

Audio Manufacturers Need to Learn From Their Video Counterparts
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The audio community needs to prove to custom installers and consumers why audio is as essential to home theater as big-screen video displays.

At CEDIA Expo, compelling audio demos were few and far between. While respected vendors like McIntosh, RBH, Wisdom, ADA, Transparent, Thiel, Meridian and JL Audio were running demos, there's a lot more audio manufacturers can do to sell their products.

There's a large demographic that will spend lots of money for non-essential home entertainment products. Video brands like Runco, Digital Projection, Stewart Filmscreen, Screen Research and SIM2 sell expensive products to consumers on a regular basis.

These video companies know that no consumer is going to buy an expensive item on hype alone.

They spend a lot of time and effort to present efficient, well-designed demos that stir show attendees and motivate them to sell their products.

Instead of putting up, some audio manufacturers claim that shows like CEDIA and…
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Posted by Robert Archer on 09/12 at 08:46 AM
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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

TiVo Launches HD XL DVR, Teams Up with DirecTV
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TiVo has launched its new TiVo HD XL Digital Video Recorder, which the company says offers more recording capacity than other available DVRs.

The THX-Certified DVR, being displayed here at CEDIA Expo 2008 (booth 1083), stores more than 150 hours of HD content and has one HDMI cable.

TiVo HD XL also boasts dual tuners so users can record two different HD shows at the same time, while watching a third pre-recorded show.

TiVo, which just reported profits in Q2, says the HD XL offers enough storage to "appease even the most devoted entertainment fans."

"What is great about the XL is it gives content lovers plenty of room for all the programming they love, saving them from having to decide if they need to prematurely delete a favorite movie or a big game memory when space gets tight," says Andrew Morrison, director of product platforms at TiVo.
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Posted by Steve Crowe on 09/03 at 09:00 PM
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Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Gefen Wireless for HDMI Extender Delivers 1080i
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Gefen is unveiling its Wireless for HDMI Extender, which delivers 1080i resolutions with HDCP compliance.

The connectivity solutions provider is demonstrating the extender at its booth (518) at CEDIA Expo 2008.

The no-cable extender uses Amimon's 5GHz wireless technology to deliver uncompressed HDMI audio and video up to 30 meters (90 feet).

The two-box solution comes with a sender unit that connects to the HD source, and a receiver unit that connects to the remote HD display.

The system does not require line-of-sight to work, meaning equipment can be placed in any desired location.

Gefen did not release pricing or availability.
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Posted by Steve Crowe on 09/02 at 11:07 AM
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Friday, August 29, 2008

NuVision Control System Aims to Reduce Install Time
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NuVision is offering a glimpse of its six-zone, four-source amplified distribution, matrix and control system at CEDIA Expo 2008.

The MultiView NCMVIR46 High-Definition Amplified Cat-5 Distribution and Control System simplifies setting up pass-through systems for control and setting up control processors for multiple displays, according to NuVision.

The NCMVIR46, not expected to ship until Q1 2009, provides a matrix switch solution that was pre-integrated with NuVision displays to store discrete source commands.

It allows integrators to tie control systems into one box to have control of any display and any source, reducing programming and installation time.

“Now, NuVision provides a complete custom video install solution from the display back to the source,” says NuVision CEO Scott Deley.

The NCMVIR46 also includes:
  • Six NuWire Display connections (RJ45) for up to 1,000-foot runs
  • Four HD source component inputs
  • Four buffered HD source component pass-through outputs
  • Four discrete HD source NuControl IR outputs
  • Four discrete NuControl…
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Posted by Tom LeBlanc on 08/29 at 10:21 AM
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Thursday, September 06, 2007

Gracenote Announces Most Advanced DVD Recognition System and Partnership with D&M Holdings Inc.
DENVER, Colo. -- September 6, 2007 -- Today, at the CEDIA Expo home electronics show, Gracenote announces the world's most advanced DVD recognition system for audio/video devices with Gracenote VideoID-DVD. The new system will combine the broadest catalogue of motion picture information with the most accurate technology for identifying DVD disks. The VideoID platform is endorsed by industry leader D&M Holdings Inc., which has signed a multi-year agreement standardizing on the Gracenote video and music platform across its brands. D&M Holdings brand companies include: Denon, Marantz, McIntosh Laboratory, Boston Acoustics, Snell Acoustics, Denon DJ, Escientâ, ReplayTVâ, Calrec Audio, D&M Professional, and D&M Premium Sound Solutions.

Available in mid-2008, the VideoID-DVD solution will leverage Gracenote's Global Media Database with in-depth information on more than 195,000 movie titles. This comprehensive catalog will contain more than 50 individual data attributes behind each title, including director, cast members, production crew, studio, genre, keywords, release year, language, awards, and more. In addition to the extensive database, VideoID-DVD will feature Gracenote's patented media…
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Posted by CE Pro Editors on 09/06 at 01:47 PM
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Thursday, August 30, 2007

NAD Launches DVD/Receiver Ideal for Rooms Where Space is Tight and Top Performance Desired
SHARON MA, Aug. 30, 2007 -- NAD Electronics, the highly regarded manufacturer of high-performance audio/video components, introduces the L 54 DVD/Receiver, a stylish, compact, affordable and multiple audio/video solution, at CEDIA EXPO '07.

The L 54 is ideal for apartments, vacation homes, bedrooms, dorm rooms, and any other place where big sound is required, but space is limited or simplicity is desired. The L 54 is also a near perfect solution for people who demand superb performance along with stylish design and ease of use. The L54 is designed to make music with all the intensity and emotional involvement contained in the original performance.

Advanced engineering drawn from NAD's 30-year history of developing award-winning products endows the L 54 with the ability to accurately convey every nuance of an artist's performance. High-current power supplies, discrete transistor output stages, and carefully selected components and circuit layout ensure imperceptible levels of distortion and a crisp power delivery. The subwoofer output allows full compatibility with any…
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Posted by CE Pro Editors on 08/30 at 08:49 AM
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