Cisco this week announced the launch of the Valet, a new line of easy-to-use wireless router products
Digital music has forever changed the way we buy and listen to music, but despite its overwhelming popularity, many of us don't take full advantage of all that it has to offer.
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Gefen Inc. announced Thursday the availability of GefenTV Wireless for HDMI 5Ghz Extender, shipping now. The device operates in both a unicast and broadcast mode. The unicast mode sends HDCP compliant 1080p HDMI signals (with 5.1 digital and L/R analog audio) wirelessly up to 100 feet. The extender does not require line of sight and can send its signal through walls.
Denon Electronics is facing up to the difficult audio market with a 2009 product portfolio centered around a new nine-SKU A/V receiver (AVR) line and a full Blu-ray player range that includes the world’s first universal model
Vantage Wednesday announced the launch of the Digital Music Manager, a unique new digital audio server for the home.
The Digeo Moxi HD DVR, which company CEO Greg Gudorf said yesterday had been “making headway in the market” since its recent release via launch retailer amazon.com, will be enhanced this spring with a suite of software releases that add functionality to the product. Moreover, according to Gudorf, the company is “exploring adding other dealers and other forms of distribution,” including the custom installation channel.
At its dealer line show in Las Vegas this week, Sony unveiled new Blu-ray players, networked Bravia HDTVs, A/V receivers and home theater systems.
The four new Blu-ray Disc devices include a stand-alone player with Wi-Fi capability for easier BD-Live access and Blu-ray Disc home theater systems with S-AIR wireless audio.
Monster has launched a line of power line networking products called Powernet. They use the Homeplug AV protocol, a standard for power line communication enhanced for audio and video uses, making it appropriate for connecting networked home theater equipment like Blu-ray players, streaming video devices, Internet radios or videogame consoles.
Check out the new touchscreen Control 10 and 20 units from Sooloos.
Kodak’s Theater HD Player provides the power of a media server and does it in a family friendly manner. Plus the remote rocks. It may be a bit bland for prosumers, but it’s a good, solid choice for those looking to build a “Digital Home” without all the fuss.
Lutron shows off their RadioRA-SR wirless light and shade control system.