Ian White

Ian White

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Ian has been a full-time A/V journalist since 1999, covering the world of high-end audio, video, music, and film for Digital Trends, Big Picture Big Sound, ToneAudio, and SoundStage! With the original Pong, Atari, and 128K Mac in his basement, Ian brings a lifetime of tech curiosity to his writing. A professional foodie, father of 3 children, film fanatic, and amateur hockey player, Ian enjoys early morning runs along the Jersey Shore and surfing with his kids. Follow him on Twitter @filmfresser or email him at filmfresser@gmail.com

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Outdoor Speakers 101: How to make your neighbors hate you all summer long

Outdoor speakers have come a long way in the past few years. Sound quality has improved and installation has gotten easier. But before you launch headlong into your outdoor sound project, be sure to check out this guide for some helpful…
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CE Week 2013: Toshiba takes a flying leap into 4K Ultra HD with 3 models coming this summer

Toshiba isn't waiting for 4K content before throwing its support firmly behind Ultra HD 4K. The company has three TVs and a snazzy new network Blu-ray player coming available by the end of the summer.
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CE Week 2013: Monitor Audio takes on NAD with the Airstream A100 integrated amp

Monitor Audio is in attendance at CEWeek, where it is showing off a new $500 integrated amp that sports AirPlay, DLNA and high-quality 24/96 DACs. The slick-looking integrated appears to compete nicely with NAD's recently announced digital…
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CEWeek 2013: How Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia wants to democratize cable television

Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia sat down with CEA President and CEO, Gary Shapiro during CEWeek to discuss big media, lawsuits and Aereo's plans to press forward into new markets.
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CE Week 2013: First impressions of the Sharp 70-inch 4K Ultra HD TV

The world's first THX-certified Ultra HD 4K TV is here courtesy of Sharp, but will consumers balk at its $8,000 price tag when content remains scarce?
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CE Week 2013: Pioneer launches a suite of Elite series A/V Receivers, including one with support for HDBaseT

If HDBaseT is going to take off as a rival to HDMI, it's going to need the support of companies like Pioneer to make that happen. With its new flagship A/V receiver, the Elite SC-79, Pioneer is taking the plunge.