• UNION CITY, CALIFORNIA — September 11, 2004 — Vidikron, designer and manufacturer of high definition home theater video display technology, has announced that its new flagship Vision Model 100 is slated to ship October 1, 2004. The Model 100 has been specifically engineered to produce high performance video in the contemporary home...

  • UNION CITY, CALIFORNIA — September 11, 2004 — Vidikron, designer and manufacturer of high definition home theater video display technology, is pleased to announced that the exciting D-ILA (Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier) Model 60 is scheduled to ship October 1, 2004. The Model 60 offers high quality home theater video performance...

  • UNION CITY, CALIFORNIA — September 10, 2004 — Runco International, the world leader in high-end home theater video display technology, announced it is upgrading its prestigious line of flat-panel plasma monitors. The new PL-43DHD, PL-50DHD, PL-50XA, and PL-61DHD Plasma Packages now include the new, all-digital DHD Video Controller to combine high-definition plasma...

  • UNION CITY, CALIFORNIA — September 10, 2004 — Runco International, the home theater video technology pioneer, continues to establish new standards for home cinema excellence by upgrading a number of its renowned Digital Light Processing (DLP) projectors to include Runco’s new, exclusive CineWide technology. This feature allows Runco projectors to utilize the...

  • Syntax Groups Accelerates Momentum in Consumer Electronics Syntax Reports Rapid Progress on Retail Adoption of Olevia LCD TVs, Fast-Track Corporate Growth and Business Outlook; Olevia Recognized as Fastest Growing LCD TV Brand in North America City of Industry, CA-October 6, 2004-Syntax Groups Corporation(tm), manufacturer of the high-value, low-priced Olevia(tm) family of widescreen...

  • Play movies, music and photos to your TV wirelessly! Monday 21st June 2004 AUSTRALIANS will be able to play back movie files stored on their PC directly to their TV using high-speed 802.11g wireless for less than $369. The new Australian-designed Zensonic Z400 is a sleek set-top box which can play MPEG-4...

  • –DVD-S2500–Offers DVD-AUDIO, SA-CD, DCDi Progressive Scan, i.Link and HDMI Capability INDIANAPOLIS–Yamaha Electronics Corporation, the leader in digital audio and video reproduction, previews its next generation high-quality flagship universal DVD player with Faroudja DCDi progressive scan at CEDIA 2004. The DVD-S2500 will be replacing the award-winning DVD-S2300MKII, which has set the industry standard...

  • PDM-5520 Features the Industry’s Best Brightness, Advanced Video Technologies to Deliver Smooth Crisp Video Performances in Style INDIANAPOLIS — Yamaha Electronics Corporation, the leader in digital audio and video reproduction, raises the bar with its most recent plasma offering: the 55″ PDM-5520, which offers outstanding visual performance, essential plasma technologies and the...

  • INDIANAPOLIS—-Yamaha Electronics Corporation is further enhancing its line of home theater solutions with the LPX-510, an advanced LCD projector that offers improved film-like picture quality due to enhanced brightness and contrast, easy quiet operation, flexible installation and true 16:9 HDTV compatibility. The LPX-510 was recently redesigned to match Yamaha’s stylish flagship DLP...

  • —-DPX-1100’s T.I. HD2+ Chip Uses Narrow Mirror Gaps to Achieve 4000:1 Contrast Ratio—- INDIANAPOLIS —-Yamaha Electronics Corporation has solidified its commitment to home theater video display products with its third generation DLPTM projector, the DPX-1100, to complement its line of high-end AV equipment. Its predecessor, the DPX-1000, was recognized by the Industrial...

  • –DVD-S1500 Offers DVD-AUDIO, SA-CD, DCDi Progressive Scan– INDIANAPOLIS–Yamaha Electronics Corporation, the leader in digital audio and video reproduction, unveils its next generation high-quality universal DVD player with Faroudja DCDi progressive scan. The DVD-S1500 is designed for the home theater enthusiast who wants everything in a single player. This truly universal player will...

  • INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 8, 2004 — Bringing a new level of flexibility and performance to digital high-definition television (HDTV), LG Electronics has introduced its first “Digital Cable Ready” plasma and microdisplay HDTVs. These feature-packed HDTVs, three plasma and a microdisplay model, combine LG’s new “XD Engine” for optimum high-definition picture performance with LG’s...

  • INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 8, 2004 — LG Electronics, a pioneer in the development of digital high-definition television (HDTV) technology, is showcasing its family of HDTV set-top boxes at CEDIA Expo 2004 (Booth #310) here this week. Dedicated to providing a full range of home theater products to custom installers and consumers, LG is...

  • INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 8, 2004 — Bringing the benefits of large-screen liquid crystal display (LCD) technology to the custom installation home theater market, LG Electronics today unveiled a new series of integrated high-definition television (HDTV) models. Shown for the first time at the CEDIA 2004 Expo (Booth #310) here this week, the 42-,...

  • INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 8, 2004 — When the goal is a big, brilliant picture, design and installation professionals can look to LG Electronics for flat-panel displays that deliver on the promise. Headlining in the LG booth at CEDIA Expo 2004 (Booth #310) this week is a dramatic new 71-inch widescreen plasma high-definition (HD)...

  • INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 8, 2004 — Building on its global leadership position in flat-panel display technologies, LG Electronics today announced a series of innovations designed to extend the life and enhance the performance of plasma display panels (PDPs) and liquid crystal displays (LCDs). Particularly noteworthy is LG’s new “DoubleLife” technology that extends plasma...

  • (presented by Philips) A simple explanation for how TV works is that a transmission signal sends information to your TV. The information tells the TV what the picture is supposed to look like. Once received, the TV paints that picture onto the screen pixel by pixel, forming horizontal rows, called ‘scan lines,’...

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