If you need a new receiver to support Ultra HD and Dolby Atmos, you might want to check out NAD’s new T 758 V3 AV Surround Sound Receiver. For $1300 you get HDMI 2.0 with Ultra HD, Dolby Atmos, and Dirac Live room correction. Couple that with NAD’s devotion to clean, neutral sound with an honest 60 watts-per-channel times seven, and you might have just found a new anchor for your home theater or media room entertainment system.
BenQ brings Ultra HD front projection to a super-low price point with its HT2550 Ultra HD DLP Projector. Before now, a projector capable of 3840x2160 resolution would cost you quite a bit of money. That ends today with the advent of this impressive new display.
For those tired of shuffling shiny discs, Kaleidescape offers the Strato Movie Player. Delivering Ultra HD output with HDR and extended color, along with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X sound formats, it represents a truly addictive way to enjoy your movie collection.
Home theater enthusiasts who want to play games on their projectors might want to check out BenQ’s TH671ST. It’s a short-throw design with 3000 lumens, accurate Rec.709 color, and low input lag. At only $749, this compact DLP with its built-in speaker can easily anchor a value-oriented home entertainment system.
Today, I’m looking at NAD’s C 328 Hybrid Digital DAC Amplifier. It’s a two-channel integrated amp with digital chops in the form of an advanced DAC that features a dual-differential signal path. It also supports moving-magnet phono cartridges and boasts a clean and efficient 50 watts-per-channel thanks to a unique Class D design.
BenQ is offering its legendary color accuracy and image quality to gamers with the TH671ST DLP Projector. In addition to Rec.709 color and 3000 lumens, it delivers low input lag for responsive gameplay. The short-throw lens will display a 100” diagonal image from just five feet away...
Simple and elegant audio has arrived at my doorstep in the form of NAD’s C 328 Hybrid Digital DAC Amplifier. It’s a slim, two-channel box with support for analog components, moving magnet phono cartridges, four digital sources, and Bluetooth streaming. While it may seem like a veritable Swiss Army Knife...