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Modulus 4K Media Server Does Everything: Rips DVDs, Records Hulu, Replaces DVR

By Julie Jacobson · November 2, 2017 • Modulus lets you rip DVDs and Blu-rays, record content from Hulu and Netflix, share shows to Plex-enabled devices, replace your cable DVR, skip commercials and control it all by voice, app or qwerty remote.

Sony Still Outpacing ‘True 4K’ Projector Pack; Partners with Kaleidescape

By Arlen Schweiger · September 18, 2017 • Electronics giant Sony rolled out 3 new native 4K projectors at CEDIA 2017, from $5K to $25K, and teamed with Kaleidescape on a 4K content bundle.

Pure Audio Power and CDGi Design Make This Home Theater Stand Out

By Lisa Montgomery · August 21, 2017 • Nantucket Media Systems worked with Cinema Design Group (CDGi) from the ground up to build a masterpiece worthy of a 2017 Home of the Year award for home theater over $75,000. The space includes Wisdom Audio speakers, Datasat processing, Sony projection, Savant automation and Dolby Atmos.

New Kaleidescape Solution to Meld Physical Discs with Strato 4K Movie Player

By Julie Jacobson · June 8, 2017 • Kaleidescape returns to CEDIA after near-death experience, integrates best of both worlds – DVD and Blu-ray discs stored on Premiere system and downloaded content for 4K Strato. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

CE Pro 100 Names Top Blu-ray Disc Player Brands

By Robert Archer · June 6, 2017 • Sony, the leader in the Blu-ray player category, has a commanding advantage over Samsung, Integra, Oppo Digital and Kaleidescape. Oppo lands back in the top five in 2017. Check out the complete list in our 2017 Brand Analysis.

CE Pro 100 Names Top Media Server/Streaming Brands

By Robert Archer · June 2, 2017 • Kaleidescape reclaims the top position, followed by Autonomic, Sonos, Apple and Roku. Check out the complete list in our 2017 Brand Analysis.

CE Pro’s Top 20 Most-Clicked Articles of 2016: IoT Dominates

By Julie Jacobson · December 31, 2016 • Control4, Crestron, Logitech, doorbell cameras, other home-automation and IoT developments generated most of the clicks on CEPro.com for 2016; Star Trek, Sonos, Atmos and Kaleidescape grab eyeballs, too.

Movie Day-and-Date Pioneer Prima Cinema: Where Did They Go?

By Julie Jacobson · December 22, 2016 • Backed by IMAX, the pioneer of premium ‘day-and-date’ movie rentals for home theaters has gone dark, while Apple and start-ups like Screening Room attempt to deliver early-release films to broader markets. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Kaleidescape is Back: Interview with CEO

By Julie Jacobson · September 9, 2016 • CEO Cheena Srinivasan says Kaleidescape has new funding, will stay focused on the luxury market, and will go after early-release movie downloads.

100-Year-Old Mansion Squeezes Home Theater into Dusty Third Floor Storage Space

By Lisa Montgomery · August 21, 2016 • Home of the Year Gold Winner for Home Theater ($75,000 - $150,000). As the last phase of an extensive renovation, a high-end home theater lands on a third-floor office space.

Kaleidescape is Shutting Down: Interview with CEO Cheena Srinivasan

By Julie Jacobson · August 20, 2016 • ‘My prayer is there comes a buyer out of this,’ says Kaleidescape CEO Cheena Srinivasan, as iconic maker of home automation-friendly movie players runs out of money. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Geek Out Over This $1.5 Million Star Trek Home Theater

By Alice Gustafson · July 21, 2016 • This is one home theater that Trekkies of the world won't want to miss, complete with a JBL Synthesis sound system, Kaleidescape media server, Prima Cinema system, Turbolift door and hydraulic floor. And that's nothing compared to the $1 million worth of 'Star Trek' merchandise.

Inside Maverick Integration’s New World-Class Showroom

By Jason Knott · June 28, 2016 • Maverick Integration's new showroom in Nashua, N.H., features vignettes featuring Bang & Olufsen, Lutron shades and Millson Custom Solutions, as well as a dedicated theater and rack-building facility.

Easy Access Distribution Pushes 4K Training

By CE Pro Editors · March 17, 2016 • New England distributor Easy Access Distribution holds series of sold-out 4K trainings with Kaleidescape and Atlona to address 4K signal distribution.

More Bad News for Movie Servers: Studios Kill Slysoft AnyDVD Ripping Software

By Julie Jacobson · February 29, 2016 • The studios and copy-protection bodies like AACS LA finally kill off popular DVD-copying software AnyDVD from SlySoft, five years after quashing RealDVD and almost destroying Kaleidescape. How will Fusion, ReQuest, Control4, other movie servers fare? (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

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