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Armonk, N.Y – Music-server supplier Autonomic will go to the CEDIA Expo to preview its first video-enabled server, which will feature UltraViolet and iTunes compatibility.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.
Home audio suppliers exhibiting at next month's International CES will target the growth segments in the declining home theater in a box (HTiB) market and continue their efforts to turn around a slumping component audio market.
Wall-hanging and pedestal-mount components are the key elements in a trio of home theater-oriented audio components that Sharp plans to unveil at CES.
All three feature vertically oriented components, universal SACD/DVD-A/V playback, and proprietary 1-bit digital amplification. They will be available in early 2004 to A/V specialists that want to combine them with other brand-speaker systems, including wall-hanging speakers, to create their own plasma-friendly HTiB systems.
Enhanced audio and video are the key drivers of new component-audio introductions here at International CES.
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Anthem: The $4,699-suggested AVM50 preamp processor adds 1,080p up-scaling and video-format up-conversion to HDMI to its predecessor, the AVM30. It also had four HDMI inputs and Zone two component-video output.