By Robert Archer · January 30, 2019 • Helping homeowners get a more natural, immersive listening experience, new Surround: AI from Yamaha augments home theater surround technologies.
By Robert Archer · January 30, 2019 • The latest Vanco signal management products are designed to address residential and commercial A/V system applications with features like 4K compatibility and HDR10 support.
By Julie Jacobson · January 22, 2019 • Network infrastructure company Panduit acquires Atlona, provider of audio/video distribution systems, in anticipation of further convergence in A/V and IT ecosystems.
By Press Release · January 10, 2019 • ISE 2019: Immediate availability of new feature upgrade makes OmniStream the only networked AV solution with support for 12-bit, 4K Dolby Vision HDR content at 60 frames per second.
By CE Pro Editors · January 4, 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.
By Robert Archer · December 3, 2018 • The KanexPro 8x8 HDMI 2.0 to HDBaseT Matrix Switcher handles 4K UltraHD, Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos, and it provides control options such as IR, RS-232 and Telnet.
By Todd Whitaker · November 14, 2018 • While the effects of 'light' compression can be hard to see, side-by-side comparisons to real 18Gbps 4K content often show the issues with compression.
By Robert Archer · September 21, 2018 • Taking a look at some of the most exciting 4K TV and video products in the market, there are products for outdoor, streaming media and big-screen applications.
By Andrew Nichols · July 16, 2018 • The Xbox One S and Xbox One X are both receiving updates to support Dolby Vision shortly, joining a small list of entertainment systems offering Dolby's latest technology.
By Joe Palenchar · May 18, 2017 • Denon IN Command X series AVRs ($279-$579 MSRP) will feature Dolby Vision, HLG HDR and Heos wireless multiroom technology.
By Robert Archer · April 20, 2017 • Now available in Samsung's 2017 UHD and QLED TVs, HDR10+ can adjust brightness levels on a frame-by-frame basis. Samsung is partnering with Amazon Video to bring the HDR10+ standard to life.