Home Theater

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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Onkyo unveils new network AV receivers

Onkyo unveils new network AV receivers

Onkyo is a popular manufacturer of home theater receivers and other hardware with a range of products on the market. The company has low-end up to very high-end offerings and has slotted a couple new products into its mix aimed at mid-range buyers. Onkyo has unveiled TX-NR717 and the TX-NR818 sharing many of the same features.

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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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Acer’s H6500 DLP projector brings 24fps 1080p viewing to home cinemas

Acer’s H6500 DLP projector brings 24fps 1080p viewing to home cinemas

Acer today announced its latest DLP home theater projector, called the H6500, that offers true 24fps 1080p Full HD projection of up to 300 inches. With such high-definition projection and massive screen size support, the Acer H6500 projector promises to bring the viewing quality of commercial movie cinemas to the comforts of your own home theater.

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JVC demos first projectors to display 4K resolution

JVC demos first projectors to display 4K resolution

JVC is demonstrating its 4K home theater projectors at CES 2012, which we first saw back in December. The projectors are being touted as the first to display 2D HD content with full 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels or about four times that of full HD. The consumer-focused JVC Procision Series 3D-enabled lineup consists of three models, two of which offer the 4K upconverting technology.

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Harman Kardon SB 30 soundbar and BDS x70 Series home theater speakers revealed

Harman Kardon SB 30 soundbar and BDS x70 Series home theater speakers revealed

This week the speaker announcements just keep piling up as the pre-CES 2012 wave rolls in, not least of all with Harman as they reveal both a new soundbar for your home media setup and a set of speakers make specifically for your multi-device lifestyle. To be shown off at the show next week are these two magnificent looking setups, the first being the Harman Kardon SB 30 soundbar, complete with rich 5.1-surround sound for your movies, television, and video game experiences. The BDS x70 Series is a "space-saving home theater system" which allows you to deliver beautiful sound from multiple devices.

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Onkyo announces world’s first A/V Receivers with InstaPrevue and MHL support

Onkyo announces world’s first A/V Receivers with InstaPrevue and MHL support

The highly popular Home Theater rocking company Onkyo today has just announces the worlds first A/V Receivers that will have full capability for both Silicon Image's new InstaPrevue feature, as well as MHL (mobile high definition) support. Model numbers and specifics were not mentioned although we'll be seeing plenty at their CES unveiling in January.

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JVC shows off 4K projectors at Cedia 2011

JVC shows off 4K projectors at Cedia 2011

JVC is on hand at the Cedia 2011 expo with some of its cool new home theater gear. The things that caught our collective eye are the line of projectors with 4k resolution. The projectors support up to 3840 x 2160, which is four times the resolution of full 1080p projectors. The projectors include normal and reference series unit.

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NEC PX700W and PX800X projectors revealed, god-level home theater addition

NEC PX700W and PX800X projectors revealed, god-level home theater addition

When it comes to projecting images onto walls, NEC is no chump - and when it comes to bringing forth some professional grade projectors to the scene, the NEC PX700W and PX800X seem to this narrator to be some heavy contenders when it comes down to it. What you've got here are two projectors that are made for large auditoriums and venues that require above-average brightness and a need to project to some gigantic screens. In other words, when you bring one of these monsters in your home theater, you're going to know where your money went - for sure!

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