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Sony plans to market an add-on module designed to connect to a number of 2007 BRAVIA LCD TVs to receive high-definition video programming delivered over broadband connections.
Sony said during its International CES press conference, held here earlier this month, that the BRAVIA Internet Video Link system will incorporate proprietary digital connectors designed to link the module to any of Sony's new BRAVIA LCD TVs.
Sensory Science's audio plans include a high-end DVD player that up-samples PCM audio tracks to 88.2kHz or 96kHz, and two new solid-state Internet audio portables, including its first to support multiple audio codecs.
The multiple-codec model will also be the first Internet portable in the U.S. to use inexpensive Iomega Clik! discs to store music files.
Cognizant that more and more consumers are looking for new ways to engage with the Internet through their big-screen high-def TV sets, Panasonic recently showcased here its soon-to-ship PZ850 series of Viera 1080p HD plasma TVs, featuring Viera Cast technology.
TiVo unveiled a suite of enhancements to its Series 2 and 3 digital video recorders that will allow users to send and receive personal and professional video files over the Internet.
Among the new features is a software enhancement that allows TiVo users to send home movies directly to the TV sets of friends and family using broadband connections.