April 30, 2009

Media Cowboy Set-top Box Debuts


Giddy-up! The Media Cowboy DC-MC35ULI set-top box works with a 3.5 SATA hard drive that can play most audio and video formats in 720p. With RCA and USB inputs, and TCA, optical audio and HDMI outputs, view movies, TV shows, YouTube clips, Picasa images or other media stored on the drive. The box also has a handy iPod dock for more fun. Digital Cowboy has plans to release the device in Japan next month at a price of ~$250.00.

Via Digital Cowboy (translated)

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Flix By the Click - Simplified Streaming


We can't all afford TiVos and sometimes searching around for non-mainstream videos can be a pain now that most of those mom and pop stores are gone. Flix by the Click offers unlimited streaming 24/7. They will even provide you with free software for streaming, DVD copying, a movie player and CD burner. You can play movies, TV shows and music videos to your PC, TV, or home theater. We noted that so far the site appears to be in the early stages and features Amazon VOD, but in a much more organized way. MP3 downloading is also on the way.

Via Flixbytheclick

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April 28, 2009

Yamaha 7.1-Channel Network A/V Receiver


Yamaha has a new A/V receiver, the RX-V3900BL. With 7.1 channels, you can stream from Internet Radio or Rhapsody online music services or from PC, HD Radio with iTunes tagging or SIRIUS. It also is compatible with Bluetooth, USB audio and iPod. Top that off with a Web Browser Control and multi-zone custom installation and you have one sweet system.

Via Yamaha Receivers

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April 24, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Auralex Acoustics Available for the Masses


Auralex Accoustics is making itself available to the every man/woman who wants to create a media room, studio or home theater. Making music doesn't get any easier than this with these options:

Auralex includes Super Saver shipping on orders over $25.00 and delivery in 3 - 5 days.

Via Auralex

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April 23, 2009

KDDI au Box Driven By Android


Motorola will be using Android to create KDDI's multipurpose set top box. The "au Box" can play and rip CDs, has storage for transferring to a mobile device via USB and of course play DVDs through video encoding. They will be on display at Japan's CEATEC this October and Masataka Miura, chairman of Open Embedded Software Foundation (OESF), says that JVC is also considering developing an Android TV.

Via Android Guys

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April 21, 2009

HD Music Hits the Great Outdoors


Coby's Portable HD Radio System receives both AM/FM analog and clear digital broadcasting with no subscription fee. With a preset station memory, the tuner also features a high contrast LCD display with backlighting, 4W speaker, full function remote, 3.5mm audio line-in jack and an integrated rechargeable battery for up to 5 hours of play. Best of all it, the HDR700 has a splash-proof housing so you can take it to the beach.

Via Coby Portable HD Radio System

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April 15, 2009

Boxee Launches App Store


Boxee media center software, which can play local media types as well as access to cable networks, Netflix and Hulu, has launched an open store for new apps such as Pandora and Radiotime. The latest Mac version is the AppBox which should encourage developers. If you can come up with one or several, it looks like a payment platform will be your reward.

Via ARS Technica

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March 27, 2009

Orange Releases Liveradio for UK


If you live in the UK, Switzerland, France or Spain, Orange has some good news. The France-based Liveradio will give you access to more than 5,000 Internet stations and over 11,000 news, sports, music, and comedy podcasts. You can personalize your content, mark your favorites and hook the device up via Ethernet or WiFi. An additional plus is the ability to play music stored in your PC and access to audio books. Liveradio is available for €99 while charges depend on your subscription. You can also download it on your iPhone.

Via Web Wire

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March 26, 2009

Onkyo Unveils New HTiBs


Onkyo has two new HTiBs with HDMI receivers with Pass-Thru, Deep Color and x.v. color. They also have 5 - 7 surround sound speakers, 4 DSP gaming modes and come in black or silver. The 7.1 channel HT-S5200 offers 130W per channel amps, a 10" subwoofer, iPod dock and charging station and is Sirius XM ready at a price of $599.00. The 5.1 channel HT-S3200 has 110W per channel, 5 speakers and three HDMI inputs. It features an 8" subwoofer, DTS and Dolby Digital surround sound and a price of $379.00.

Via AV Guide

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March 19, 2009

PowerDrive, Better Than a Cardboard Box


After a while, those discs really pile up until you get to the point that you have to put them in boxes. The PowerDrive is a viable alternative. It is both an automatic disc library storage/retrieval system and and an external DVD/CD writer. You can hold up to 100 DVDs and CD Library software 5.0 is included that will automatically keep track of them. Searching is simple and more than one units can be stacked for even more storage. The PowerDrive is available for $299.99.

Via ThinkGeek

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