Let me start by admitting that as a THX Certified Professional, I am confident in buying anything that has a THX logo on it. However, this doesn't mean that I end up loving everything I buy with that logo. For example, when THX Certified DVDs with bad transfer were released, or THX Certified VHS tapes, I was sorely disappointed.
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Now that CES 2020 has officially wrapped up, here are a few more products that "wowed" us from the show floor.
There's a plethora of new TVs coming from LG as I observed through my in-depth tour with the Canadian team.
After attending a few pre-CES events along with walking the show floor on the first day, here are 5 AV products that caught my eye and are worth checking out.
What a year! Once again at CES Unveiled, the event is filled with products that are still in the pre-prototype stage (read: vaporware), including ones that have been "introduced" several years in a row but haven't yet gotten to their final stages of development. But amidst the sea of innovative but aspirational products were a few interesting ones.
With the Philips Hue Play Lights and Sync Box, the lights can not only "bleed to wall" but depending on how you set the other Philips Hue lights, you can be surrounded and literally immersed in colours matching what you're viewing.
The December/January 2020 issue of WiFi HiFi Magazine included our top 100 tech picks for 2019. And to devise this list, each member of the team submitted their favourite gear of the year. Here are David Susilo's top product picks of 2019.
It's that time of the year again. Yes, the holidays. But more importantly, CES prep time! If I recall correctly, this will be my 15th or 16th year going to CES. And for the fourth time in a row, I'm thinking that it may be my last.
Whether you're a vlogger, journalist, budding cinematographer, or a parent who wants to post great videos on Facebook or Instagram, chances are that you're part of this growing trend toward personal video creation. And you're probably capturing a lot of the footage on your smartphones.
After experiencing some issues with my current mesh wifi system, including one of the nodes going offline every few weeks or so, I decided to invest in something new. And I opted for the Linksys Velop AC6600.
Remember the mix tape? I remember it fondly. It was a true artform that not just anyone was willing to take the time and care (or the knowledge) to make sound good. Today, it's very easy. Copy all the files you want and create a playlist. There is no artistry in the process anymore.