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The 10 Best Up-and-Coming Companies In Audio-Video

The 10 Best Up-and-Coming Companies In Audio-Video

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

With a lot of AV firms begging off from display engagements, shrinking or vanishing altogether, HomeTheaterReview.com is here to bring some good news about ten audio/video firms that you may not have heard much about in the past, but you'll probably hear about a lot in the future. Read More

 
3D Is Exciting But Not Appropriate For All Films

3D Is Exciting But Not Appropriate For All Films

By Andrew Robinson

 

Yes, 3D is sweeping the film world off its feet these days and all of Hollywood is talking about it. But the fact remains, although the technology has a lot of potential to take films to another level, there are some films that really wouldn't benefit from the use of 3D. Read More

 
What Would You Pay To

What Would You Pay To "Day-and-Date" Download a First Run Movie in HD?

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The question in the headline of this article is a good one, with theatrical exhibitors and the studios drawing possible battle lines on either side of it. Studios are wondering if this may be a profitable new venue for new releases, while theatre owners are staunchly opposed. Read More

 
An Inside Look at Michael Jackson's $100,000 A Month Rental Including His Home Theater

An Inside Look at Michael Jackson's $100,000 A Month Rental Including His Home Theater

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Take an exclusive look at the King of Pop's Holmby Hills digs including a lush home theater - screening room. Before his untimely death, he was living in style (right down the street from the Playboy Mansion) including the best in the world of home theater. Read More

 
Pound Wise and Penny Foolish - How The Home Theater Business Can Learn From Luxury Sectors Still Trying To Bilk Consumers

Pound Wise and Penny Foolish - How The Home Theater Business Can Learn From Luxury Sectors Still Trying To Bilk Consumers

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Rich people hate being ripped off. When a hotel charges $15 for Internet access or $45 per night for valet parking - they notice. Read Jerry Del Colliano's feature about how some of the best brands take good care of their most important assets - their clients. Read More

 
Can The Home Theater Business Re-price Itself Back Into The Hearts and Wallets of Consumers?

Can The Home Theater Business Re-price Itself Back Into The Hearts and Wallets of Consumers?

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

HomeTheaterReview.com publisher, Jerry Del Colliano, takes a look at the in's and out's of how the real estate market ties into the world of custom home theater while asking how dealers can woo consumers back into invest in AV for their homes even in a recessionary market. Read More

 
New VIZIO Higher End XVT Line Offers LED, 240 Hz Refresh and More

New VIZIO Higher End XVT Line Offers LED, 240 Hz Refresh and More

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The XVT Series represents the best that Vizio has to offer, and the company has announced the addition of eight new TV models. Features include a full-array LED backlighting system with local dimming, 240Hz SPS technology, and the VIA Web service. Read More

 
Michael Jackson Dead At 50

Michael Jackson Dead At 50

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

The AP wire service has reported that Michael Jackson, the musical superstar often referred to as the King of Pop, has passed away at the age of fifty. Jackson was in the midst of rehearsals for a massive international concert tour at the time of his death. Read More

 
 Silicon Image (SIMG) Show First HDMI 1.4 Parts For

Silicon Image (SIMG) Show First HDMI 1.4 Parts For "Liquid HD" Over Ethernet Systems

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Silicon Image has introduced the SiI9387 port processor and SiI9334 transmitter, the first semiconductor products to incorporate the latest HDMI 1.4 specification features. Read More

 
Is Brighter Better? LED HDTVs Are Flying Off Of Store Shelves

Is Brighter Better? LED HDTVs Are Flying Off Of Store Shelves

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

"LED TVs" are all the rage. An LCD TV that uses an LED-based lighting system instead of a CCFL backlight, this new design can allow for high brightness, improved energy efficiency, and sleeker form factors. But how do they measure up in the performance realm? Read More