Vizio P65-E1 Ultra HD TV

Vizio P65-E1 Ultra HD TV Preview

Ultra HD and HDR are relatively new to the projector world but flat-panels have been doing it for a couple of years now. Today, I received Vizio’s latest P-series display, the P65-E1 Ultra HD TV. In addition to 3840x2160 resolution, it sports HDR10 & Dolby Vision, extended color, professional-grade calibration...

Vizio M65-C1 65" 4K Ultra HD TV

Vizio M65-C1 65″ 4K Ultra HD TV Review

Vizio has gone all-in on picture quality with its latest lineup of Ultra HD televisions. Today I’m getting thoroughly involved with the M65-C1, a 65-inch panel with a full-array backlight, Vizio Internet Apps Plus smart TV interface and connection options that include HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2.

LG 55EA980 55″ Curved OLED HDTV

For the past decade, we've been hearing about a miraculous new technology called OLED that will reshape our lives.  Both Samsung and LG now produce and sell OLED TVs, which cost around $10,000 retail - in both flat and curved form factors.

Editorial: The Industry Learns a Lesson: The Death of 3D vs. Industry Predictions. Will this Change their Plans for Introducing 4K to the Public?

The recent announcement that ESPN is eliminating its 3D channel on cable and satellite tells a sad story of overestimating the impact of 3D on selling more HDTVs. Although 3D movies continue to be released - for the time being - it appears that consumers are not interested in watching 3D at home. The "glasses" are claimed to be the scapegoat, but I think there is more to it than that.

Home Theater Movie Renter’s Guide – February, 2012

To Kill a Mockingbird (Blu-ray), Dream House (Blu-ray), Dead Poets Society (Blu-ray), Manhattan (Blu-ray), Good Morning Vietnam (Blu-ray), Shakespeare in Love (Blu-ray), The Double (Blu-ray), Drive (Blu-ray), Rebecca (Blu-ray), Spellbound (Blu-ray), Lady and the Tramp (Blu-ray), Texas Killing Fields (Blu-ray), I Don't Know How She Does It (DVD), Tower Heist (Blu-ray)

High Definition Music Album Downloads for the Audiophile – October, 2010

Sales of high definition (high resolution, or "high rez") music on discs has floundered, and producers are in a difficult bind because it is expensive to master them, and with profits on low sales being low, they are looking for a different outlet. Well, downloading high rez music is the answer. The music studios, as well as independent musicians, can simply transfer the original high resolution masters (usually 24/88.2 or 24/96) to websites that specialize in selling music by download. The high rez disc does not have to be created, packaged, or distributed by the studio. It costs them nothing to put the music on a website store. The consumer downloads the music and burns it to a disc or plays it from a computer. The reviews here represent our first set of high resolution albums that were downloaded and burned to DVD-A. Most are 24/88, but one is 24/96, and another is 24/44.1. I burned them all to DVD+R media and listened to them with an OPPO BDP-83/NuForce universal player, Lamm LL1 preamplifier, McIntosh MC1201 power amplifiers, and Carver Mark IV ribbon speakers.

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Making it THE Source for A/V Connectivity

CEDIA EXPO, DENVER, Sept. 4, 2008 â€" MilesTek, a global distributor delivering a vast range of networking and A/V integration products, introduces a variety of bulk cable products, including connectors and accessories, at CEDIA EXPO '08. Designed for Custom Installation and other A/V professionals, the products include a broad selection of Solid-Center RGB Cables, Standard and Serial Digital Coax Cables, Speaker Cables, CAT5E Cables, and accessories â€" making MilesTek THE one-stop source for bulk cable solutions and A/V connectivity needs.

Revel Ultima2 – Studio2, Voice2, and Gem2 Speakers

Several months have elapsed since I've had this system, and during that time this loudspeaker ensemble has provided me with a truly exceptional experience.  In looking back at the review, I see that I have used nothing but superlatives to describe their sound.  This system is very well-rounded across the frequency range.  The timbre is both accurate and well-matched within the family.