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HDMI 2.0: A New Resolution

It has been 11 years since development began on the HDMI format. Nowadays, HDMI has become a standard household item for High-Definition entertainment. Anything recent, audio and video related, is more than likely to contain a form of the HDMI connector whether it is an A, B, C, D, or E type of...

Popcorn Machine for Home Theater

So, Electronics Design Group has completed your brand-new home theater. You are rocking it old school with your copy of Jaws in the Blu-Ray player, your Lutron lighting system is tastefully dimmed, the 75" ultra slim Samsung LED HDTV is ready to entertain, and you are lounging in your Oasis theater ...

Apple seals deal with HBO, ESPN for Apple TV

The Cupertino-based tech giant sealed a deal with HBO and ESPN to bring the HBOGo and WatchESPN apps to Apple TV. The product, which uses iTunes to deliver purchased and rented media, has sold over 1.1 million television shows and movies combined. [caption id="attachment_6427"...

What is Home Automation?

What is home automation? When clients call Electronics Design Group for advice on how to automate their homes, oftentimes they’re unsure of what exactly automation is (and how it fits into the “smart home” model), let alone the level of automation that they want to attain. Drawing from almost ...

Roku 3: the new, fully-loaded streaming player

The era of cable and satellite subscriptions are coming to a screeching halt, and tech giants like Apple and Google are racing to get consumers hooked onto their own media-streaming services in order to keep up with the new norm. [caption id="attachment_6285" align="alignleft" width="620"] The new ...

Private IMAX Theatre? Check!

IMAX, the gold standard for the ultimate movie going experience, has unveiled the "IMAX Private Theatre." The offering is geared to ultra-high-net-worth consumers as the starting base price is set around $2 million. "We have been exploring this for quite a while,” says Rob Lister, chief business ...

Hands On Review: Toshiba 47TL515U 3D LCD TV

In January at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, Toshiba grabbed a lot of headlines with its autostereoscopic (glasses-free) 3D TV. The company is still talking about that TV nine months later, but the 3D TVs they’re actually selling fall into the passive glasses category. (more…)...

How to Connect Your Streaming Devices

Streaming has become one of the buzzwords in modern home theater, offering consumers the ability to access directly on the TV a vast array of new and favorite music, video or still photos, either across the worldwide web or locally on the home computer. As always, there’s a lot to be said for...

Hands On Review: Onkyo HT-RC370 Receiver

We used to call these things surround sound receivers or home theater receivers, but it seems that as the technology evolves the home theater is only a portion of what they’re all about. (more…)...

The Future of Home Technologies

CEDIA offers a sneak peek of what's available and what's coming. (more…)...

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