What if there was something you could introduce that would boost your wireless range? Well, you’d be dancing for joy, right? Enter the Sonos BOOST, and enter your Saturday night dance moves. It works by connecting directly to your router to create a dedicated Sonos network that boosts your wireless router’s range by 50 percent. Keep dancing!
Today is a big day for SVS as they have announced multiple new products hitting the market: the PC-2000 subwoofer and the Prime Series speaker line. The PC-2000 cylinder subwoofer is a new take on SVS’s original cylinder subwoofer, and it will be on display at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest.
Denon announced its newest sound bar yesterday, the DHT-T110. The TV Speaker Base is a single unit bar that supplies extra depth to TV sound that intends to live up to the high standards set by the age of 4K HD. Denon notes that as TVs get thinner, sound quality lessens. The DHT-T110 is meant to return more »
Klipsch has announced the launch of three new Reference subwoofers that will join the line’s R-10SW and R-12SW. The new R-110SW, R-112SW, and R-115SW are light and rigid and supply low-frequency response with minimal cone breakup and distortion. The all-digital amplifiers in each subwoofer delivers high efficiency power and accuracy in reproduction for a better audio experience. more »
DTS has teamed up with LG Electronics to enable enhanced audio experiences with LG’s full line of home entertainment products. DTS, an audio solutions and enhancements company, announced today that it will be a part of an alliance with LG to incorporate its audio technology into LG’s complete lineup of home entertainment products, including 4K Ultra-HD TVs, sound bars, more »
Sonos, a company that has long pursued the perfect merger of music with technology, furthered that cause—with a strong artistic flair—as it previewed its Sonos Studio NYC experience on Sept. 30. The attraction will be open through Oct. 5th. Held at the Neue House—an experimental office space at 110 E. 25th St.—Sonos Studio NYC is more »
For the last few months, we’ve seen numerous Dolby Atmos-capable home theater audio products announced. Now we’re starting to see the actual Dolby Atmos functionality roll out.
The Play-Fi standard for wireless whole home audio continues to gain support, as MartinLogan, Paradigm and Anthem have joined the party, with compatible products to come in 2015. DTS, which bring audio enhancement technologies to market through various products, made the announcement yesterday.
Ever since TVs became a household commodity, manufacturers have continued to improve upon quality, features, and design. So far, each new year of the past few years have upped screen size by at least an inch or so. If you have the budget (and allocated space), all video can be enjoyed to over 80 inches more »
Audio for the past decade has been more about portability, convenience and choice rather than audio quality. There are signs that the equation is changing. To wit: One of the biggest names in audio these days, Sonos, today announced that it is bringing high-resolution audio (HRA) to its eponymous wireless home audio streaming system.
When it comes to upgrading home entertainment experiences, a brand new TV isn’t the only answer. Sure, if you own a clunker that would do better in the garage or guest bedroom, new TV it is. But if you already own a great flat panel unit, then it’s going to be either furniture and/or audio more »
Dolby Atmos is a new home theater audio technology that takes surround sound to the next level, with sounds coming from overhead in addition to all sides. We’ve seen numerous manufacturers introduce Dolby Atmos speakers and receivers over the last couple months. Now comes word that Dolby Atmos content is on the way to play on them.