October 20, 2009

FLO TV Becomes Mobile

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Qualcomm has decided to produce its own FLO TV Personal TV. The digital broadcasting device will set you back $249.99, with a minimum $8.99 3-year subscription. The PTV-350 has a handy 3.5" touchscreen for easy selections, built-in speakers and stand. You can receive multiple cable channels on the small handheld and it will keep your favorites, with a play time of 5 hours on a single charge. Pre-order now and get one in time for the holidays

Via FLO TV

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October 15, 2009

Marrantz SR6004 Receiver

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Marrantz has unveiled their latest 7.1 AV receiver. The SR6004 features RX101 Bluetooth capability and features Audyssey MultEQ, Dynamic Volume, Dolby NR professional logic IIz and DolbyTrue HD and will work with iPods or MP3 players via USB.

Via Marantz

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September 23, 2009

Philips Muse, Portable Tunes and More

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Philips has unveiled their GoGear Muse portable video player with 32 GB memory. It features a 3" screen and support for BMP, GIF, PNG, Ogg Vorbis, APE, Real Video, and Real Audio formats. With 25 hrs. of audio playback or 5 hrs. of video, the player is packed with a 20-station preset FM tuner, the ability to create playlists or delete on the device and a folder for organizing and viewing. The Muse come with HD headphones with noise canceling ability and 3 interchangeable ear caps.

Via Philips GoGear Muse

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September 4, 2009

Freakin' Friday! WD HD Mini Media Player

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Western Digital has unveiled a smaller, cheaper less expensive TV HD Media Player. Designed to playback media stored on a USB or portable drive, the digital content can be played in up to 1080i HD on an HDTV. At a size of 2.8 x 1.6 x 3.2", the mini player, like its larger brother, can play music, video and photos and supports most formats including RMVB. Compatible with storage devices, cameras and camcorders, it has component and composite video output as well as digital optical audio output via SPDIF.

Via Western Digital

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September 3, 2009

NJ Retailer Gives Cash for Electronic Clunkers

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While cash for clunkers may be over, it didn't take long for Talk of the Town in New Jersey to offer credit on outdated electronics for the purchase of a plasma screen, LCD, projector, Blu-ray player, speakers, receiver or processor. Order some seating and they will haul that old Lazyboy away. Unlike the clunker deal, the company says that it will try to donated the discarded electronics. We hope other businesses will get the hint and do the same.

Via Home Theater Mag

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August 25, 2009

MS LifeCam Supports 720 Video

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Microsoft has produced the first consumer webcam that supports 720 video at 30fps. The LifeCam Cinema is made of aluminum and stands on both PCs and laptops. Other features include a 4x digital zoom, noise-canceling microphone, a glass lens and auto focus. The cam connects via USB 2.0 and is compatible with Windows Live Messenger, Movie Maker and Photo Gallery, but check the PC specs before you pre-order.

Via Microsoft LifeCams

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July 23, 2009

Onkyo Home Theater Receiver

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Onkyo continues to put out quality home theater receivers at affordable prices. Their latest is the HT-RC160 7.2-channel Receiver with the ability to upscale and decode almost everything. It has 5 HDMI 1.3a inputs, DTS and Dolby audio, a deinterlacer with Faroudja DCDi Edge technology and 2 line-outs for another playback system. There is almost no end to the possibilities with whatever components you decide to incorporate, including MP3 players, game systems, DVD players and even HD radio.

Via HT-RC160 7.2-channel Receiver

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July 16, 2009

Inexpensive Apex Digital to Analog Converter

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Still waiting for that elusive coupon to switch your bedroom TV to digital? The Apex Digital to Analog TV Tuner Converter Box is an inexpensive solution at $29.99. The DT502 is compatible with analog TVs, comes with its own remote, features closed captioning and an electronic programming guide.

Via Apex Digital to Analog TV Tuner Converter Box

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June 10, 2009

DTV is Coming This Week

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Don't forget that the DTV transition takes place this Friday or you will be seeing snow on your screens this weekend. Even if you haven't yet received a coupon you had best find yourself a digital to analog converter and antenna. Procrastinators can pick these up for very little coinage if you shop around. Need help? Call 1-888-CALL-FCC and someone will volunteer to assist you.

Via DTV. gov

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June 8, 2009

AMEX Frame and Printer

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There are so many multiple electronics now that soon we won't need more than a handful. For example, this AMEX Frame doubles as a printer. With a 7" 16:9 TFT color LCD display also has speakers, remote, music and video playback and supports JPG/AVI/Mpeg1,2,4/MP3 file formats. Compatible with MS/MMC/SD/XD/CF cards, the acrylic/wood SP-7 plugs into your USB and will put on a slide show so appealing others will ask you for prints. The frame has a price of $199.00.

Via AMEX

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