Home Theater

The Speaker Sound Bar from Sceptre works with any TV

The Speaker Sound Bar from Sceptre works with any TV

There a lot of people out there with flat screen TVs mounted on the wall or sitting on the entertainment center that want better sound than the TV came with from the factory, but lack the room for surround sound. If your TV is wall-mounted, it's not always convenient to use a traditional 2.1 or 2.0 speaker system because you may not have a shelf near the TV. In this instance, what you need is a sound bar and Sceptre has a new one that will work with any TV.

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Dark Knight Batcave home theater prepped for real-life Wayne

Dark Knight Batcave home theater prepped for real-life Wayne

While it'll just cost you a couple million bucks to pick up the full Dark Knight Batcave home theater experience you're about to look at, we're thinking only a few rather rich ladies and gentlemen will be considering it seriously. What Elite Home Theater Seating does is to create fantastically comfortable chairs for your home theater setup to watch movies in complete comfort. What they've done here is to create a Batman-themed theater in a rendering program to blow your mind right up and over the top of your skull so that you'll empty your wallet directly into theirs.

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Sony unveils new home theater surround sound speaker bars

Sony unveils new home theater surround sound speaker bars

Sony has announced a pair of new home theater virtual surround sound systems, including the HT-CT60 and HT-CT260. Both the systems are sound bars that have external subwoofers. Both devices support virtual surround sound and promise audio quality of the sort that lets you feel and hear explosions in movies. The CT60 is an entry-level device with the CT260 offering improved sound with S-Force Pro Front Surround technology.

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Sony unveils world’s first 4K home cinema projector

Sony unveils world’s first 4K home cinema projector

Sony has unveiled the VPL-VW1000ES, a new super high definition projector that's the world's first to offer home theaters 4K resolution, which is four times that of Full HD 1080p. The Sony VPL-VW1000ES projects a 4096 x 2160-pixel resolution or over 8.8 million pixels for image clarity that brings a truly immersive visual experience.

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Yamaha RX-V773WA, RX-V673 receivers offer AirPlay, 4K/3D passthrough

Yamaha RX-V773WA, RX-V673 receivers offer AirPlay, 4K/3D passthrough

Yamaha has released two new models of its RX-V series network AV receivers with the RX-V773WA and the RX-V673. These powerful 7.2-channel receivers are future-proofed to meet the demands of the most advanced home entertainment needs, offering AirPlay support, improved YPAO system calibration, internet radio, DLNA, WiFi, as well as 4K and 3D pass-through.

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Epson unveils Cinema 710HD home theater projector

Epson unveils Cinema 710HD home theater projector

Epson has unveiled an affordable high-definition home theater projector, the PowerLite Home Cinema 710HD. The projector is a versatile home entertainment solution for enjoying movies, games, and sports programs. It's designed for families and first-time home theater enthusiasts, offering 720p resolution for screen sizes up to 120-inches.

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Samsung debuts premium vacuum tube speaker dock and home theaters

Samsung debuts premium vacuum tube speaker dock and home theaters

Samsung has been steadily expanding its audio equipment into the upper echelons of the audiophile range, and today they're adding to their line with three new pieces of seriously high-end gear. The DA-E750 Audio Dock, HT-E6500W Blu-ray 3D 5.1 Home Theater System and HT-E6730W Blu-ray 3D 7.1 Home Theater System all have impressively styled construction combined with vacuum tube amplifiers for rich, old-school sound production. Of course there's some new tricks as well: the The DA-E750 can dock with an iPhone, iPod or iPad, as well as Samsung's own Galaxy S II.

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Panasonic reveals pricing for 2012 Blu-ray players

Panasonic reveals pricing for 2012 Blu-ray players

Panasonic has announced the pricing and availability of its 2012 lineup of Blu-Ray players, which were first introduced at CES. The lineup includes four Full HD 3D models and two Full HD 2D-only models, most of which have begun shipping already. Only two models will begin shipping later in May. Pricing for the new lineup ranges from $90 to $350.

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