All I Wanted Was HDTV

Just like a Jaguar or BMW requires premium gasoline for peak performance, a high-end home theater system requires premium power. The way to get it? Install appropriate power management devices.

Broadband Video: A Market Update

Current "winners" in the broadband VoD space are the television broadcast networks, which are reporting good success with their online initiatives. For example, they are reporting high ad retention, no evidence of primetime cannibalization, and targeting the right viewer in terms of demographics.

CableCARD - Who Needs It?

We have Windows Media Center under Windows Vista receiving high definition premium cable content without CableCARD. It is so simple, it makes us wonder why no one else thought of it.

Content Insider #90 - Internet TV

Does Art Imitate Life or Life Imitate Art?

Content Insider #91 - Capturing Moments

Camphones are for Impulses, Cameras are for Memories

Editorial Comments

Dec 2007 - Editorial Comments

Gefen Home Theatre Scaler

At an msrp of $500, the Gefen does a remarkable job of scaling up SD content from DVD, and to a lesser extent, broadcast.

How to Achieve Wireless Surround Sound Using Amphony's New 5.8 GHz Transmitter/Amplifier

Sometimes people flinch at the idea of "going wireless" with audio because they are afraid that the sound quality will suffer. Amphony took those worries to heart and their product will put any sound connoisseur's mind at ease.

In-home Wiring

This paper presents recommendations for wiring homes for video, voice, and data connections from fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) Optical Network Terminals ONTs. The material generally follows the terminology and recommendations of the National Electric Code, the Telephone Industries Association (TIA), and BICSI. References to all three are presented at the end of this document.

Insider #92 - Influencers, WOM

The really smart innovator grabs everything he/she can get his/her hands on that is new, special, unique. Then…they find someone who'll lug their stuff around for them while they stay out of the rain.

Interview - Cables and Power Conditioning

I believe HDMI will continue to be the standard for at least the next 2 years. However, there are other technologies on the horizon that are open market, meaning they don¹t require a licensing fee or agreements, and they have many of the same capabilities as HDMI.

Interview - Convergence if IT and A/V Technologies

Start educating yourself on the new open systems and technologies. Networking, networking, networking. If you can afford it, hire from the IT market to add that knowledge and experience to your business.

Interview - HDMI

The most tangible and immediate way that HDMI changes the way we interface with our components is in the set-up. One cable replaces up to 11 analog cables, highly simplifying the setting up of a home theater as well as supporting the aesthetics of new component design with cable simplification.

Interview - Wireless HDTV

Products using Airhook technology are designed to deliver superior picture quality in a convenient, plug and play package, so consumers will be able to easily and inexpensively connect the transmitter dongle to their set-top box and the receiver dongle to their HDTV and enjoy high-quality HD wirelessly.

Keys to Success at CES

With a little planning and preparation, you can take advantage of the tremendous opportunities that are available and still enjoy yourself.

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