Onkyo USA said this week that its first 3D-ready home theater receivers will ship this month, with more such products to follow later this spring, all which support the new HDMI v1.4 standard.
While the wait continues for market release its first 3D TVs, Panasonic is fielding in the next few months an across-the-board lineup of VIERA TVs and Blu-ray players and Panasonic audio systems sporting improvements in connectivity, picture and sound reproduction quality and “greenness” over the 2009 line.
JVC today showcased a handful of new products - including projectors, recordable Blu-ray decks and a 3D monitor - for the consumer and professional markets.
Monster Cable has readied a line of HDMI cables to meet the new HDMI 1.4 specifications, becoming one of the first companies to offer such cables, said the company’s founder, Noel Lee, at a CEA Line Shows presentation yesterday in New York.
Panasonic is moving into spring and summer with plasma, LCD and Blu-ray offerings that stress connectivity, picture quality, “eco-responsibility” and stylish design, its product managers said at the company’s press line show yesterday in New York.
TiVo Inc. has launched the TiVo(R) HD XL Digital Video Recorder, which the company says offers more recording capacity than any other DVR available, be it satellite or cable. Boasting 150 hours of high definition television recording capacity, the HD XL has enough space to appease even the most devoted entertainment fans.