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- Late yesterday, Denon released its firmware for the AVR-X7200WA (and AVR-X7200W) that enables DTS:X decoding. In doing so, the company held to the date they announced in December for the first of...
- Denon announced recently that they will be releasing firmware updates to enable DTS:X in January and February 2016 for some of their A/V receivers. According to an article in TWICE, the AVR-X7200WA...
- In June 2014, Dolby announced the availability of its Atmos® sound system for home theaters. Previously only available in commercial movie theaters, Dolby Atmos in the home provides home theater...
- Samsung has unveiled its first UltraHD Blu-ray player, the UBS-K8500, at the IFA show in Berlin, Germany. It's not due to be released until sometime in 2016, and the pricing wasn't announced, but...
- DTS, Inc. released more details today about its DTS:X audio format, which is an object-based format that brings audio into the vertical dimension, much like Dolby Atmos. One of the claims to fame...
- Scott Wilkinson talks with industry expert Joe Kane about the future of television and especially Ultra HD (sometimes referred to as 4K) on a recent episode of Home Theater Geeks. It's a long, but...
- At the very end of 2014, DTS announced that it will be releasing DTS:X, which is an object-based audio technology that represents the next generation of its DTS-HD Master Audio product. According to...
- Michael S. Palmer from High-Def Digest recently visited Pioneer to audition some of the company's Dolby Atmos-capable sound systems. The timing of this visit was due to the Blu-ray release of...
- In June, Integra announced that its high-end and mid-range products would support Dolby Atmos, and that it would deliver a firmware update in September to enable Dolby Atmos in its DTR-30.6, DTR-40.6...
- In June, Onkyo announced that it would offer new home theater products with Dolby Atmos, and its mid-range TX-NR636, TX-NR737, and TX-NR838 network A/V receivers could be upgraded to enable...
- Denon has announced two new A/V receivers, the $1399 AVR-X4100W and $1999 AVR-X5200W, will be available in October 2014. In addition to features that consumers have come to expect from Denon in this...
- Last week, Dolby blew up with home theater enthusiast community by announcing that its Dolby Atmos sound system would soon come to living rooms. Manufacturers made announcements about support for the...
- Press Release Yamaha Elevates Premium AVENTAGE AV Receivers with Next Gen Features Including Dolby Atmos® Buena Park, CA. (June 25, 2014) — Yamaha today introduced the latest AVENTAGE...
- Press Release Onkyo Announces High-End and Mid-Range A/V Components with Dolby Atmos Sound June 23, 2014 UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ. Onkyo has announced that its upcoming TX-NR1030 and TX-NR3030...
- Press Release Integra High-End and Mid-Range A/V Components to support Dolby Atmos 06/23/14 - UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ. Integra has announced that its upcoming DTR-60.6 and DTR-70.6 network A/V...
- Dolby has announced that its Dolby Atmos sound system will be coming to homes later this year! A blog posting on Dolby's site by Brett Crockett, Director of Sound Research, gives some details: As...
- Reader Ron H. sent us a link to a video for the C Seed 201, which has to be seen to be fully appreciated! It's an LED TV that is fully retractable, and it unfolds its panels to create a 201" image...
- Dolphin TaleWarner Bros. Home Entertainment113 Minutes List Price: $35.99 (Check Price at Amazon.com) This movie is also available from Amazon on Movie-only Blu-ray, DVD, Amazon Instant Video, and...
- Planet Earth - Special EditionBBC420 Minutes List Price: $79.98 (Check Price at Amazon.com) This title is also available from Amazon in a Limited Edition package, which has the discs contained in a...
- Three weeks ago, Netflix announced that it was going to split itself into two distinct operations, one for streaming that would continue to be called Netflix, and the second for their traditional...
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