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Monday, 18 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Toshiba Regza 46UL605U HDTV Preview
Toshiba's 46UL605U is the Jan Brady middle child in their ultra thin Regza UL605 series of LED backlit LCD televisions.  This forty-six inch HDTV features 1080p resolution, a Cinespeed LCD panel with an 8ms or less response speed for cleaner high-speed imagery, ClearFrame120Hz Anti-Blur Technology, LAN and WiFi Internet connectivity, and via the USB input is a media player that will play MP3 files and display JPEG digital photos.This forty-six inch Regza television offers viewers a full 1080p picture at 120 frames a second, though it can take any input signal from 480i to 1080p via one of its four HDMI inputs (version 1.3), or 480i to 1080i via the component input.  For those with a VCR or Laserdisc player, the component also doubles as a single 480i composite input. Those who love to calibrate will appreciate both standard and ...
Monday, 18 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Toshiba Regza 40UL605U HDTV Preview
Toshiba's 40UL605U is the smallest in their ultra thin Regza UL605 series of LED backlit LCD televisions.  This forty inch HDTV features 1080p resolution, a Cinespeed LCD panel with an 8ms or less response speed for cleaner high-speed imagery, ClearFrame120Hz Anti-Blur Technology, LAN and WiFi Internet connectivity, and via the USB input is a media player that will play MP3 files and display JPEG digital photos.This forty inch Regza television offers viewers a full 1080p picture at 120 frames a second, though it can take any input signal from 480i to 1080p via one of its four HDMI inputs (version 1.3), or 480i to 1080i via the component input.  For those with a VCR or Laserdisc player, the component also doubles as a single 480i composite input. Those who love to calibrate will appreciate both standard and advanced video features, ...
Monday, 18 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Toshiba Regza 32SL400U HDTV Preview
Toshiba's 32SL400U is the largest in their ultra thin, energy efficient Regza SL400 series of LED backlit LCD televisions.  This thirty-two inch HDTV features 720p resolution, a Cinespeed LCD panel with an 8ms or less response speed for cleaner high-speed imagery, and via the USB input is a media player that will play MP3 files and display JPEG digital photos.This thirty-two inch Regza television offers viewers an acceptable-for-its-size 720p picture at sixty or twenty-four frames a second, though it can take any input signal from 480i to 1080p via one of its two HDMI inputs (version 1.3), or 480i to 1080i via the component input.  For those with a VCR or Laserdisc player, the component also doubles as a single 480i composite input. Those who love to calibrate will appreciate both standard and advanced video features, starting with a Native ...
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
Top 5 Most Interesting Trends at CEDIA 2010
We just got back from surviving the sweltering temperatures of Atlanta to bring you the latest news on the new gear announced at CEDIA 2010.  The show was rife with all of our favorite high-end consumer electronics companies showing off all the gear that they announced between now and CES 2010 back in January.  After 5 different press conferences and 50+ booth visits, here’s our take on the top five most intriguing trends that we saw during our three days on the show floor.The Hope That CE Consumers Are Craving 3D You couldn’t walk ten feet in the Georgia Congress Center without seeing something that had to do with 3D technology; 3D Displays, 3D Projectors, 3D Screen Material, 3D compatible audio components, 3D High-Speed cables and the list goes on.  Sharp announced $199 glasses that switch between 3D and 2D ...
Wednesday, 07 July 2010 ,  Written by Andre Marc
Tweak-O-Files: Volume 4
Yet again, I've combed the internet and recruited my most neurotic audiophile acquaintances to bring you some of the most interesting, unusual, and frankly, questionable high end audio tweaks. As always, I note when I have had first hand experience with a particular tweak.  You can read parts 1, 2 and 3 by clicking the numbers.Quietrock:Quietrock drywall maybe more than a tweak, it may be the foundation of your listening room. It is sound proof sheet rock that will help to isolate your dedicated listening room from outside noise, and conversely, will allow other to live in peace during your concert level listening sessions. I had it installed in my listening room to great results. Pricing varies. Link: http://www.quietrock.com/ Soundsoak Acoustical Wall Panels:Soundsoak, made by Armstrong, is a lightweight, easy to install acoustic panel that claims to offer up to ...
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