By Robert Archer · April 18, 2017 • Vanco's 4K HDMI Audio Extractor works with 4K at 60Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sub-sampling video signals. The signal-management product also supports HDR content.
By Robert Archer · April 13, 2017 • Transformative Engineering says that its new HLE-4K and HD-4K extenders support Ultra HD 4K, as well as HDR and 4:4:4 chroma subsampling at 60Hz.
By Jordan O'Brien · March 29, 2017 • After Samsung opened up the QLED trademark, we wanted to know: how does QLED compare to OLED?
By Robert Archer · March 29, 2017 • Kramer's 860 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 HDCP 2.2 HDMI 2.0 18G Signal Generator & Analyzer allows professional installers to test their video installations to ensure they work with today's 4K with HDR content.
By Robert Archer · March 24, 2017 • Feeling the pressure to keep up with streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Instant Video, cable television providers such as Comcast have been indecisive in how they should handle the introduction of 4K content.
By Joe Palenchar · March 24, 2017 • TV giant opens its Samsung QLED trademark for use by any TV supplier, and aims to spur industrywide adoption of SMPTE 2094-40 open, license-free dynamic HDR standard by all manufacturers.
By Robert Archer · March 21, 2017 • Denon's affordable choice S series A/V receivers will be available this April at prices ranging from $279 to $579.
By Robert Archer · March 15, 2017 • Maybe the coolest thing about Sony's XBR-A1E OLED TVs? Just try to find the speaker on these bad boys.
By Jeff Boccaccio · March 8, 2017 • DPL Labs shares the reaction it's heard from integrators, manufacturers and retailers about the latest HDMI revision.
By Robert Archer · March 3, 2017 • Metra Home Theater and Cleerline Technology answered dealers questions about HDMI 2.1 on a recent CE Pro webinar. Here's a little post-webinar Q&A with Metra's Brent McCall.
By Chelsea Cafiero · March 1, 2017 • Sony announces pricing and availability for its new 4K HDR Ultra HD television lineup (XBR-X930E/XBR-X940E). The TVs will feature both Google Assistant built-in and Dolby Vision by the end of the year.
By Jordan O'Brien · February 28, 2017 • Dolby has confirmed that, unlike HDR 10, Dolby Vision doesn’t require HDMI 2.0a — it is fully compatible with HDMI 1.4.
By Jeff Boccaccio · February 13, 2017 • Under Rev 2.0b the 18Gbps pipe offered 4K 60Hz Deep Color and HDR. Now, with increased bandwidth we can achieve resolutions out to 5K, 8K and 10K with refresh rates much faster than ever.
By Robert Archer · February 9, 2017 • SIM2's alignment with the video expert Joe Kane will help the company to effectively demonstrate its 9,000 lumen Real High Dynamic Range projection system during the ISE 2017 show in Amsterdam.
By Jason Knott · February 9, 2017 • Debuting at ISE, Savant's Ultra HD video switching platform offers 0 latency and is expandable to 128 zones.