All In HDR10
HDR10+ Technologies LLC has announced the completion of technical and test specifications for bringing the benefits of HDR10+ to the home theater video projector category. The organization boasts the availability of these specifications for licensed products—along with full certification support—will enable entertainment enthusiasts to enjoy their favorite 4K movies, concerts and television content the way […]
Robert Archer · September 01, 2021
Hisense plans to discuss the importance of its latest advancements in TV and projection technology during CEDIA Expo 2021, as well as provide live demos of its latest products.
Andrew Nichols · August 24, 2021
The competitively priced $899 Definitive Technology Studio 3D Mini Soundbar system offers excellent sound quality, nice looks and multiroom audio options.
Robert Archer · August 16, 2021
HDR10+ Technologies, LLC has announced the addition of new strategic partners who have signed on as HDR10+ adopters. The organization says it has worked to generate greater awareness about the HDR10+ format and High Dynamic Range (HDR) in general, and it is also rapidly expanding the roster of HDR10+ compatible content, devices, tools and services. […]
Robert Archer · April 21, 2021
Fully uncompressed video, enhanced audio, higher-quality USB among HDBaseT 3.0 highlights; port duality, online Certified Product list aid installers.
Arlen Schweiger · September 16, 2020
LG’s ProBeam BU50NST laser projector produces up to 5,000 lumens and it delivers 4K and HDR video capabilities.
Robert Archer · August 27, 2020
The short-throw LG CineBeam AI ThinQ 4K Laser Projector is built to integrate into popular control systems from companies like Crestron, Control4 and Savant.
Robert Archer · July 25, 2019
Getting into a 4K projection system doesn’t have to be expensive. Here are seven 4K-compatible projectors that are priced to install into a range of homes.
Robert Archer · July 10, 2019
New features include auto Tone Mapping, color profiles for Panasonic 4K UHD Blu-ray player, expanded range of screen adjustment modes.
Lisa Montgomery · June 21, 2019
A dozen years ago, Dolby acquired the company that collaborated on inventing High Dynamic Range (HDR). These days the trick is getting it to work properly and deliver the best pictures possible.
David Meyer · June 20, 2019