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New Receivers from Marantz Support Dolby Atmos, DTS:X

Marantz’s latest SR-Series A/V receivers the backbone of home theater, vinyl playback and digital streaming.

Lisa Montgomery · June 20, 2019

Vanco HDMI 2.1 Ultra High Speed Cables Support 8K and Beyond

Two new lines of cables from Vanco offer futureproof solutions for handling 4K, High Dynamic Range and support for 10K and higher.

Lisa Montgomery · May 3, 2019

Denon Unveils Three New A/V Receivers Equipped with Dolby Atmos, HEOS, Alexa Control

Key Features of S-Series AVRs include enhanced audio return channel, Atmos, party mode, Audyssey calibration, and more.

Lisa Montgomery · May 2, 2019

Metra Gigabit Accelerator Helps Upgrade HDMI Cables to Support 8K

The Metra HDM-GA2 Gigabit Accelerator is now available to help integrators bolster existing HDMI infrastructure systems to support 4K and 8K resolutions.

Robert Archer · April 5, 2019

Samsung Promotes HDMI 2.1, Big Screens, New Features As 2019 4K, 8K TV Lineup Hits Retail

TV features making their Samsung debut include HDMI 2.1 capabilities, sound that automatically compensates for room acoustics and viewing distance, the Apple TV app, and more.

Joe Palenchar · March 29, 2019

LG to Introduce ThinQ AI Flagship TVs at CES 2019

LG’s latest flagship line of TVs will feature built-in Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and a new Alpha 9 Gen 2 intelligent processor capable of refining HDR content.

CE Pro Editors · January 4, 2019

Metra Active Optical Fiber Optic Cables Support 24Gbps Bandwidth

Metra’s latest line of Hybrid Active Optical Fiber Optic Cables enables the transmission of 4K video at 60Hz and 4:4:4 chroma subsampling.

Robert Archer · December 20, 2018

Sony Reveals Prices, Availability for New Master Series TVs

Sony’s new Master Series A9F and Z9F TVs with HDMI eARC and Netflix video optimization, have a starting price of $4,500.

Julie Jacobson · August 30, 2018

eARC at CEDIA: The One Question to ask TV and AVR Manufacturers

When 4K HDR video is streamed straight to TVs, we need eARC to extract multichannel audio formats like Dolby Atmos over a single HDMI cable from eARC-enabled displays to eARC-enabled receivers. Sony will be first at CEDIA 2018.

David Meyer · August 28, 2018

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