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Denon Covers the Olympics... Again When you are looking for audio quality control, who do you look to? Well, if you are NBC Universal and you are covering something as important as the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, you look to Denon.
Wireless Power and Electricity Coming Soon! Chinese manufacturer Haier decided to steal the show at CES this week by showing off a 32-inch TV set at CES that is running completely wirelessly. And when we say completely... we mean COMPLETELY.
Monster Introduces Noise Making/Power Line Conditioning Home Theater Plug? Monster is introducing the PowerNet 1G power line conditioning home theater plug that may actually make a little of its own digital noise as it sends high speed networking over your home's power lines
2009 Consumer Excellence Awards Audioholics is ready once again to accept entries for the 2009 Consumer Excellence Awards that it will deliver to manufacturers for products that push the limits of consumer excellence.
The DVD / Blu-ray RentalGate Scandal You rent a new release Blu-ray disc to watch in the comforts of your home only to soon find special features, BD Live access and the "R" rated version of the movie missing. Read on to find out why.
NBComcast - Destined to Fail No Matter What So, what happens when one of the largest cable operators in the nation makes a deal for one of the big names in TV and movie content? People start to get worried.
NBC Grinching Christmas Rockefeller Center telecast? The union that represents NBC’s producers, writers and technicians today vowed to pull the plug on the network’s "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" telecast in response to a failed union negotiation.
Full of AV Thanks With everyone so full of thanks that they can barely stand it, an AV nut takes a stand. Here are 14 things he is "thankful" for.
CEDIA Bashes CA Ruling on Big TVs... So Do We CEDIA is outraged by the adoption of the unnecessary and harmful regulation regarding the California TV energy efficiency standard. Folks, this is like watching a train wreck in slow motion.
Microsoft Bans 1 Million Xbox 360 Pirates Over 1 million Xbox Live players around the world lost their ability to access their online accounts when Microsoft dropped the bomb on suspected "pirates". The ban is linked to the console hard drive