Absolute 3D sound processing is a technology that’s designed to create a 3D sound stage using stereo sources, and it’s the tech that’s at the foundation of the new Onkyo iLunar music system. The goal is to make you feel like you’re center stage while listening to music – completely surrounding and immersing you in the songs.
The folks at Seymor-Screen Excellence have created a new curved screen for those that want a completely immersive experience. It's not just the extra effect that the curve provides though - the new Absolute screen is designed to be acoustically transparent, so your speakers can sit behind it and even point in towards the viewer.
You've got thousands of high bitrate MP3s and lossless audio files, entire collections of albums and ripped CDs, and maybe even a few of your own tunes. The problem is, despite the high quality of the files and the extreme convenience of having all your tunes in one place, playing them through your PC leaves you high and dry in the audio quality department.
The latest projector revealed by Acer is definitely an interesting piece of gear. It’s not an LED projector or a laser projector, but a combination of both technologies in one. Acer says the projector is not only much more efficient in the energy department, but provides a better picture than traditional projectors as well.
The latest from Atlona is a device called the LinkCast Wireless HD Audio/Video System, but we're going to go ahead and call it LinkCast for short. What LinkCast does is give you the ability to stream up to five HD sources to a single TV or monitor. Not only does it handle 1080p video, but 3D video and up to eight sound channels.