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CES 2015 UHDTV, 4K Blu-ray and AV Electronics Technology Highlights

by January 06, 2015
CES 2015

CES 2015

The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is here!  We have a ton of new product info being sent to us so we will throw the most interesting stuff on our forum for you to see and comment on.  Anything from new next generation video like HDMI 2.0/HDCP2.2 UHDTV's and 4K Blu-ray and high end super speakers and AV electronics as well as a new Immersive Surround codec from DTS called DTS:X which is said to be the most speaker placement flexible format to date, will be covered on this page.  Can't hear the dialogue too well in movies?  DTS may have a game changing feature that will solve that problem that isn't just based on compression or raising the center channel level.

Feel free to submit your favorite products and info if you or your friends are in attendance.  Let us know what new products you would like to see too.

RBH SX Tower

RBH Sound Flagship SX Tower with proprietary AMT

Before running out to buy a new Dolby Atmos AV Receiver, take a breath and read our DTS:X announcement.  Things are going to get interesting this year. 

We are particularly excited about the resurgence of two-channel audio as well.  Vinyl is alive and well and our favorite brands are releasing super speakers designed for upscale, non-compromised two-channel listening.

Who wants a pair of these super towers from RBH Sound?  Imagine a pair of their SX-1212/R subwoofers that earned our Extreme Bassaholic rating for the bass sections along with their new proprietary Air Motion Transformer (AMT) tweeter surrounded by triple 8" Aluminum  mid-bass drivers?  Grandpa Simpson's teeth will surely explode when you TURN IT UP!

Check out our CES 2015 Coverage and feel free to participate!



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