All In HDR
The brand that integrators love to hate — Xfinity by Comcast — is coming around with a strong commitment to the home-tech installation channel on both the product and service fronts.
Julie Jacobson · May 09, 2016
Sony’s 1,500-lumen projector now offers HDR and the ability to “emulate” the BT.2020 color gamut.
Robert Archer · April 28, 2016
Popular electronics company Denon has announced its new AVR-S720W and AVR-S920W A/=V receivers, which will replace models AVR-S710W and AVR-S910.
Robert Archer · April 11, 2016
Onkyo’s latest generation of RZ receivers incorporate features specifically designed for installers.
Robert Archer · April 04, 2016
Through the Sony Pictures Store, Sony will launch a streaming 4K video streaming service within the next couple of weeks.
Robert Archer · March 30, 2016
Available in a choice of 50-, 55-, 65- and 75-inch screens, Vizio’s P-Series Ultra HD 4K TVs include the SmartCast app for complete control.
Robert Archer · March 28, 2016
Integrators prepare for superMHL cable with reversible 32-pin connectors capable of carrying 8K @120fps supporting HDR, advanced color, Dolby and DTS. Technology developed by Sony, Samsung and Toshiba.
CE Pro Editors · March 21, 2016
The fully backlit LCD televisions from VIZIO incorporate 16 active LED zones and 120Hz refresh rates.
Robert Archer · February 18, 2016
Kaleidescape offers HD content from 20th Century Fox catalog, including titles such as “X-Men,” “Die Hard,” “Madagascar” and “How to Train Your Dragon.” 4K UHD with HDR included.
Robert Archer · February 02, 2016
The manufacturing, broadcast, chipmakers and others are working together to push 4K and HDR technologies into the mainstream at CES 2016.
Robert Archer · January 08, 2016