Last summer I wrote an article on High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, what it is and why it’s important. A few months later at the 2015 CEDIA Expo in Dallas, I saw a fair number of displays being introduced...
Apple's AirPlay technology streams music losslessly over a home network. But AirPlay only works as well as the underlying network allows. This article will help you optimize your WiFi network to stream music over AirPlay.
One of the distinguishing features of the XMC-1 is the inclusion of the Dirac Live for Emotiva room correction software. The full version of the software was not available when I first wrote my review of the XMC-1, and Emotiva asked me if I'd like to take a look.
As a leap forward, High Dynamic Range (HDR) is probably as significant, if not more so, than high-definition. Dynamic range is the single most important factor in image quality, and by going beyond the limits of current displays and standards, we can expect film and television to be even more realistic than ever.
In this article, I will present some of the basics of digital signal processing, and show how these concepts are the building blocks to understanding, identifying, and discussing some undesirable artifacts in the digital media you consume.
Originally, I was going to post this on the Secrets Facebook site in response to the Anthem D2v 3D review where some people essentially said that releasing a new component without 4K support or support for the newer sound formats seemed pointless (neglecting to note that the product was already 2 years old at the time of the review).