Show Report

CEDIA - 2007

Denver, Colorado - September 5-9, 2007



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The Secrets gang had dinner at Ruth's Chris Steak House with McIntosh staff one evening.


Even Krell is into the iPod dock products now.


AudioControl celebrates 30 years with this ice sculpture.

Meridian's new iPod dock, called the iRis, lets you not only play music, but processes video files so that they look almost DVD quality.  A two hour movie takes up about 2 GB of disk space, so with the new iPod that has 160 GB, you could store all your music and dozens of movies and TV programs.

This is a close-up of the tweeter in Canton's new speaker line. Notice that it is surrounded by aluminum rather than wood or felt. Very unusual.


THX was in full force showing off the latest THX Ultra 2plus receivers. Here are some examples from Yamaha and Pioneer Elite.


Pioneer Elite was showing off their latest Blu-ray player offerings. These support all the lastest high res audio formats and 1080p24.


HD DVD was showing their library of available content.


Toshiba showed off their new 3rd generation HD DVD players. Some player come bundled with 2 HD DVDs in the box (300 and Bourne Identity) plus the additional 5 free in the mail. A3-$299, A30-$399, and A35-$499.

Marantz showed off their Blu-ray prototype player due out Q1-08.

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