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
The new THX Ultra2 performance standard, devised by Lucasfilm's THX Consumer Division, includes processors that deliver 7.
Onkyo is aggressively targeting the DVD market with the launch of an expanded five-SKU selection that includes one of the industry's few
Pioneer unveiled a second wave of 1999 A/V products highlighted by the first Dolby Digital/DTS receivers in its Elite
Here are the details on Kenwood's new product announcements:
San Antonio — The Progressive Retailers Organization was at the Westin La Cantera Hill Coun
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. – Ingram Micro Consumer Electronics (IMCE), a division o
The Home Technology Specialists of America Spring Meeting was held April 3-5 at the Hyatt Regency
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