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Elements of Magnolia’s pilot stores in Santa Monica (left) and Santa Clara, Calif., will be implemented throughout the chain by November.

Denon executives at its dealer conference included (from left) product development dir. Jeff Talmadge, sr. sales and marketing VP Joseph Stinziano, D&M Holdings North America Pres. Bob Weissburg and Denon Japan president Hirofumi Ichikawa.

Hitachi’s Blu-ray camcorder, an industry first.

Hitachi’s Blu-ray camcorder, an industry first.

Members of Panasonic’s Living In HD project team from left: Sudhir Venkatesh, Columbia University; Yoshi Yamada, Panasonic NA chairman; Brett Ratner, Hollywood director/producer; and Connie Book of Elon University.

Toys “R” Us has opened an in-store Sony shop within its flagship location in Manhattan’s Times Square.

JVC’s GZ-HD3 will record 1440 by 1080i HD video to its 60GB hard drive.

Solo will begin shipping the first two models in a line of rolling notebook computer cases with a new shock-absorbing technology. The SSA902 Shock Stop Rolling laptop case.

Myvu, a developer and manufacturer of innovative eyewear displays for mobile entertainment, launched an addition to its line of Myvu personal media viewers, the Myvu Made for iPod Solo edition.

Denon's $229 ASD-3W combination iPod dock/network client, which connects an iPod to any A/V system and networks the system with a PC.

Sony's STR-DA3300ES A/V receiver at around $1,000 features HDMI 1.3, decoders for all HD DVD and BD surround formats, and 1080p up-scaling.

Theater Xtreme specializes in creating custom “movie theaters for the home.”


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