Sharp will begin to ship to select premium dealers beginning in mid-August its first entry in the Ultra HD (UHD) TV category: the 70-inch LC-70UD1U Aquos LED TV ($7,999.99) – the industry’s first in that screen size and the first to carry THX certification.
Onkyo this week announced the upcoming release of a new 9.2-channel TX-NR929 Network A/V Receiver, part of its mid-range lineup. It joins the 7.2-channel TX-NR828 Network A/V Receiver and the rest of its receiver products.
Can an app make your TV look better? According to THX, the answer to that question is yes. Today the company is releasing THX Tune-Up, a calibration app for iOS it claims can help you get the best performance from your home theater setup. Tune-Up arrives just in time for the rush of HDTVs being sold ahead of this weekend's Super Bowl, and there's good reason for new TV owners to give the app a look.
True, there are those people that will pull a $1,500 big-screen TV out of its box
Women in CE is planning its Legacy Awards for CES in January, but that's not the organization's only event that's planned for the show.
Rockford-powered aftermarket audio systems are typically loud. Nothing wrong with that. But how come the amplifiers have less wattage ratings compared with stuff at the flea market? You ever see THX-certified outside of your movie theater or inside of your Lincoln? The certification came from Tomlinson Holman as a way to set standards for how he wanted he sound to be reproduced.
CEDIA Expo provided audio suppliers with a stage to showcase highly featured components that mesh easily within home control ecosystems. Loudspeaker introductions were attuned to making TVs sound better, as was the case last year. Many of those speakers now included Bluetooth and AirPlay to give consumers easier access to audio stored on their mobile devices. Here are highlights:
The first Women in CE career-enhancement forum comprised of several presentations and panel programs illustrating keys to success for females in this industry. One of these panels focused on "Insights on Success: An Exploration on Rising to the Top."
Onkyo this week announced the arrival of its new A/V receiver line, which includes three models. These include the TX-NR5010 Network A/V Receiver ($2,999) and nine-channel TX-NR3010 Network A/V Receiver ($2,299) which feature the first 11.4-channel implementation of DTS Neo:X.
Women in CE announced that the deadline for early bird registration for the upcoming Career Enhancement Forum has been extended through April 26.
Onkyo USA this week announced the arrival of the Onkyo TX-NR717 and TX-NR818, a pair of new 7.2-channel network a/v receivers. The two are THX-certified and feature both networking technology and high performance audio.