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During our third day walking the CES show floor, we came across plenty more AV goodies that excite us about what's to come for 2019.
After walking the second day of the show, here are a few items that caught my eye in the audio and video categories.
I started my first day at CES attending an invite-only exhibit from Panasonic at the MGM Conference Center, where the company introduced its upcoming GZ2000, a 4K OLED TV aimed at folks who want very accurate colours in the most literal sense of the word.
CES 2019, as usual, opened with its Unveiled session, showcasing fresh, new technologies in a variety of categories. After browsing the booths for a few hours, here are five items in particular that caught my attention.
Members of the WiFi HiFi editorial team selected our top 10 product picks for 2018 Here are the 10 personal picks from David Susilo, WiFi HiFi contributor in the areas of audio, video, and custom integration and calibration.
Yup, it's that time of the year again. And, as usual, I'm already starting to prepare my bag of goodies that I will take with me to CES 2019 in January.
Mesh networking is all about spreading high-speed wireless networking across your home and doing it as easily as possible. The idea is to connect the modem-equipped router and place secondary (and tertiary, and so on) modules or nodes in locations to help extend coverage and make it more reliable.
Unlike many audiophiles, I like equalizers. Not as a tone control, but as an actual tool to flatten the frequency response in a given listening environment.
Pioneer's mid-level Elite VSX-LX503, priced at $1,450, brings all of the great features that were found in the SC-05 mid-level receiver introduced a decade ago back to the fold, along with a better DAC.
When Edifier sent me an e-mail with the title "$100 speakers that don't suck," my first thought was: challenge accepted! They're about $130/pr. in Canada with a straight price conversion, so they still fall into the sub-$150 category. What could I expect? A lot, apparently.