Parasound has enhanced the flexibility and utility of its popular Halo T 3 FM/AM Tuner by adding two-way RS-232 capability.
Onkyo is offering new silver versions of most popular components, including best-selling TX-SR601 and TX-SR501 A/V receivers.
Net-Tune distributed audio, powerful multi-zone options, and video up-conversion make ideal foundation for whole-home A/V system.
Canton's Premium Ergo line gets eight new models, and upgraded crossover circuitry.
A unique combination of Cat-5/6 distribution and active loudspeaker technology gives installers simplified setup, flexibility, and improved reproduction quality.
Rumors reported by the Los Angeles Times and Reuters say that DirecTV, under the control of News Corp, is planning to end its four year relationship with TiVo.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. promises to invest $1 billion in new satellites for DirecTV service if federal regulators approve its bid for a controlling stake in the company.
NAD, has just introduced the T 973 Seven Channel Amplifier and T 163 A/V Tuner Preamplifier combination.
Runco has just announced the first of its next generation digital video processors. The new DHD-12 combines modern design and engineering with itâ€™s processing capabilities.
Toshiba's TLP-T60/T61MU projector series features 1,500 ANSI lumens, XGA resolution and 400-to-1 contrast ratio.
Two new RCA products that provide consumers with greater flexibility in storing and managing digital home entertainment content are now available from Thomson.
Anthony Wood, the creator of the ReplayTV digital television recorder unveiled Roku, his latest consumer electronics effort whose first product is a media player for HD TVs.
A major recording company is introducing a new generation of ``smart'' CDs that could help crack down on file-swapping while also allowing listeners to make a few copies.
Dynaudio, has just released it latest special edition model, the new Audience 52 SE ($1,400 per pair).
Plans by a number of Hollywood studios to prevent the unauthorised redistribution of digital TV programming over the internet are doomed to fail says executive.