The first XM-ready home audio products available at retail will carry the Yamaha brand.
New seven-channel receivers from JVC include the company's first with wired and wireless connections to a PC and the
Four new receivers due in April from Yamaha will reduce the company's opening price point for units with 6.1-channel
Home audio had its ups and downs here during Sony's East Coast line show, where the company upsized its selection of SACD
Multiple companies are entering the digital audio receiver market this year, including Barix, Linksys, Sony and Thomson.
Multiple elements are coming together that could accelerate brick-and-mortar sales of digital audio receivers in 2003,
Here's a brand-by-brand listing of select audio and home-control introductions at the CEDIA Expo:
Vancouver, British Columbia — New audio products introduced here by Sony include
JVC's first component DVD-receiver, wall-mountable audio systems, and microsystem with CD-recorder will join an expanded
Denon: Five new receivers from a suggested $399 to $2,500 get Dolby Pro Logic 2, and the $2,500 AVR-4802 adds two industry
New York — The Anti-Defamation League’s National Consumer Technology Industry divisio
Los Angeles — Fifteen industry leaders were inducted into the Consumer Electronics Hall of
Dallas – The NATM Buying Group was optimistic during its annual meeting here, with members
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