ECLIPSE MARKETING ANNOUNCES A NEW LINE OF MARKETING MATERIAL RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL SECURITY DEALERS AND INTEGRATORS
GefenTV's Wireless for HDMI Extender extends HDMI AV content from satellite boxes, Blu-Ray players, and other AV sources to remote HDMI-compliant display(s). The Wireless for HDMI Extender transmits through walls and does not require line-of-sight placement of transceivers for good reception. HDMI-complaint displays can be placed up to 100 feet (30 meters) away from HDMI sources. Video resolutions of up to 1080p@30 Hz or 1080i@60 Hz are supported along with 5.1-channel digital audio and 2-channel analog audio. Broadcast mode allows extension of HDMI without HDCP encoding to up to 5 remote displays. Unicast mode extends HDMI with HDCP encoding to a single remote display. Available at Gefen's website for $899.00.
Universal Powerline Association (UPA) Moves Forward with Global Technology Conference "Plug into Profit 2009"
New services, experiences, options for advanced TV, video, and multimedia a key focus at CONNECTIONS™: The Digital Living Conference & Showcase
Home built HTPCs have always had the disadvantage of not being able to record or playback digital HD cable because only certain OEM manufacturers where able to use CableCARDs tuners. Recently a member of The Green Button forum figured out how to make any computer work with ATI's CableCARD tuner. Engadget has a tutorial on using the bios utility and CanonPC sells CableCARD tuners for $279.00.
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