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Friday, 17 August 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Kenwood announced that the global retail launch of the Kenwood Sovereign Entré Entertainment Hub and the world's first 400-disc DVD-Audio/DVD-Video mega changer with Faroudja enhancement technology, will be held at Indianapolis-based retailer Ovation Audio/video Specialists on Thursday, September 6, from 7 to 9 p.m. The event will take place at the company's Residential Design and Installation showroom at 6609 E. 82nd St.
Thursday, 10 May 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Kenwood USA has introduced an $1,800 entertainment hub called the Entre’ which is a single component that stores and streams compressed and uncompressed music files, Internet radio, and serves as a main controller for other Kenwood Sovereign™ components in a home entertainment system.
Tuesday, 01 May 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Kenwood introduced a serious new 400+3 CD/DVD-Video/DVD-Audio changer called the DV5900M as part of their new higher-end Sovereign product line, complete with internal video processing licensed from Faroudja. The new player allows you to store quite a significant collection of music and or movies into your $1,500 DV5900M as well as 3 slots with physically extra space for rental DVDs or borrowed CDs.
Friday, 13 April 2001 ,  Written by Richard Elen
Although I have heard enough DVD-A demos in ghastly-sounding hotel rooms, I have not previously been able to listen to them in the comfort of my own living room. However, as of the other day, I am lucky enough to have a Kenwood DV-4070 DVD Universal player, and as a result I’m able to listen to DVD-A discs at home, on my fairly average (and outrageously eclectic, but at least well known to me) home system for the first time. The results are distinctly encouraging. First, note that you are obliged to use your player’s internal converters and analog 5.1 output if you want to listen to DVD-As at full quality, because although DVD-A players have digital outs, they only offer CD-quality. This is of course silly, but it’s also a discussion for another time. Just remember that for the time ...
Wednesday, 26 July 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
DVD Audio takes another leap forward as Technics has just announced the release of the first DVD-Audio/Video player, the DVD-A10. Using a sampling frequency of 192kHz for two-channel playback, the DVD-Audio player has a frequency response of 96kHz. Refined by Matsushita, the new Digital-to-Analog converter, based on Technics’ MASH technology in the DVD-A10 allows the player to achieve 24-bit quantization. This DAC is combined with a Digital Re-Master Processing circuit that dithers the audio signal to increase the frequency response and dynamic range of conventional CDs.
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