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Posted on Oct 8 2016 - 8:57pm by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Samsung HW-K950 Soundbar With Dolby Atmos Support

Samsung is promising to deliver a 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos sys with its HW-K950 soundbar, that has been designed and built entirely by Samsung’s Californian audio laboratory, and it’s clearly been a labour of love. The HW-K950 debuted at CES 2016 in Las Vegas includes a soundbar, wireless subwoofer and wireless rear speakers in a 5.1.4 setup for overhead effects from Dolby Atmos. The new Samsung HW-K950’s main unit is 2.1 inches tall and features ceiling-facing drivers as well as three forward-firing drivers. Hidden in the...

Posted on Oct 3 2016 - 7:59pm by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Yamaha RX-V481 Has Enviable Sound Quality Combined With A Stout Suite Of Features

Yamaha recently released its new RX-V481 A/V receiver, offers great sound quality at an affordable price. With features such as HDCP 2.2, Bluetooth, WiFi and MusicCast it’s one of the top 5-channel. The Yamaha RX-481 is a great match for the Blu-ray players and latest 4K TVs. Each HDMI connection on the receiver fully supports 4K and HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology. At $449.95, the RX-V481 with 80w per channel, is the least expensive of the bunch, but still boasts quite a bit of the staple Yamaha features that found in the more expensive...

Posted on Sep 28 2016 - 8:15pm by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on The Next Generation Of Epic Bluetooth Earbuds, Epic2

Jlab Audio has unveiled the next generation of Epic Bluetooth earbuds called Epic2, for active music listeners. The $100 waterproof and sweat proof Bluetooth in-ear headphones boast 12 hours of battery life that claims to be four hours more than the closest competitor. To deliver the perfect fit, the Epic2 Bluetooth Earbuds are equipped with JLab’s patent-pending Memory Wire over-ear hooks, cable mini-clips and also eight gel tip sizes that all combine to give the perfect fit. In addition to the single and also double flange gel tips,...

Posted on Apr 10 2016 - 8:53am by admin
Comments Off on Sony And Above Average Blasts Original Digital Video Development Deal

Under the first of its affectionate agreement, Sony Music Entertainment desire to work with Above Average to develop new comedy-themed properties around its artists.  The new development agreement further frame upon an existing relationship between Sony Music and Above Average. The two companies previously collaborated on the development of “Thank You and Sorry,” the Streamy Award-nominated original docu-series starring RCA Records recording artist Jack Antonoff. The Head of Original Content for Sony Music Lee Stimmel, delivers...

Posted on Feb 15 2016 - 1:38pm by admin
Comments Off on Biggest advances in battery technology

Batteries have come a very long way since they were first invented many years ago. Most people depend on them for so many things in their daily lives that they are often taken for granted. The simple fact is that millions of people could not perform many of their essential daily tasks without the help of batteries. However, all batteries are not created equal. Some are made to last much longer than others. As you might expect, the batteries that last longer are also more expensive. Here are some examples of a few of the biggest advances...