Next Up for VR: Enhanced Creative Tools Being Released into the Wild

Normal people don't know - or care - about the difference between a CPU (central processing unit) and a GPU (graphic processing unit). They simply want to use their computers to create and view great content.

Demystifying Acoustic Data: Part 3 - Perception of Volume

For anyone new to the world of acoustics, there is a multitude of terms, coefficients and numbers that are thrown around. This flood of information can seem intimidating, especially to beginners.

Nanosys Details the Future of Quantum Dots

In all, the take away is that quantum dots hold great promise to provide a range of new innovations for displays in the coming years.

The Future of AV is Coming at InfoComm 2017

With 1,000 exhibitors, thousands of products, and 40,000 attendees from 110 countries, InfoComm 2017 is the place to be.

The Right Content on the Right Device at the Right Time

Increasingly, viewers are using "non-traditional distribution" for on-demand, catch-up and unique viewing services. CDNs (content delivery networks) like Akamai, Level 3, China Telecom, Deutsche Telecom, SingTel and Limelight have become masters at moving content around for suppliers and consumers.

Using DNA to Store Movies

Once the DNA strands are fabricated, many copies can be made. The DNA containing the movie will be smaller than a speck of dust.

Entertainment Unleashed: TV Is Evolving to Meet the Needs of Content Producers, Viewers

Today, there are still four networks - four in traditional television and four in cloud television. While traditional fixed day/time is shrinking, industry executives also see it shifting as the shows are still watched, just not when they were scheduled.

Top 5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Buying a Home Theater System

Doing your homework eliminates any incompatibilities with gear in your current or future system, helps you decide what features you consider mandatory, and clarifies how much performance quality you're after-all of which saves you from potentially wasting copious amounts of time and money.

Multi-level Amplifier on a Chip

A multi-level amplifier uses more, but smaller, transistors for delivering power to the speaker. This way, switching activity and power losses can be reduced significantly and more power is delivered to the speaker.

The Audio Frequency Spectrum

Most tower speakers handle down to the 40 Hz range while bookshelves will have less low-end extension down to around 60 or 70 Hz.

SKAA - The New Wireless HiFi Audio Standard

SKAA offers low latency, the best time alignment in the category (multiple speakers output the audio at exactly the same time), the greatest number of use cases since SKAA works across whole home, portable, headphone, home theatre, 12V and prosumer segments, no cumbersome pairing process, no content or source limitations, no network required

Content View: Service Providers, Advertisers Have to Pay Closer Attention

To monetize their content advertisers have to find a balance in improving the user experience so they would be willing to accept the ads.

Using Equalizers and How They Affect Your Speakers

If you've had a set of speakers for years and want to experiment with the EQ settings, it's possible you'll discover a way to make your speaker sound brand new!

Influence: Good Influencer Reviews Begin with Great Leaders

Negative feedback doesn't have to stay negative. At times, that can mean fixing the problem, improving customer service or something as simple as rewriting user/installation information.

Secrets to Selecting a Subwoofer

A subwoofer provides one sole purpose; to create the rumble we love. However, each room is unique and your preference of sound should be considered while making the choice.

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