Finally: A Way to Blend Your TV Into Your Interior Design

You’re probably really excited about your new 65” Ultra HD television. For your interior designer, that TV is a design nightmare. When it comes to TVs, “bigger and better” is on the rise. When it comes to design, the more subtle the technology, the better. So how do you strike a balance in your [...]

December 21st, 2017|

Toshiba’s Virtual Window

One of the more interesting photos in the CEDIA.net blog article 24 Behind-the-Scene Photos of CES shows an arrangement of 4 extremely high resolution displays which create a virtual window. Toshiba's virtual window, as goofy as this may sound, we have seen and used this application in a few scenarios:Interior rooms that have [...]

February 16th, 2013|

Fuoriserie Debuts at CES

Sim2, an industry leader in Projector design and manufacturing, is earning a lot of attention for the launch of their newest statement projector, Fuoriserie. Andrew Robinson, writer, director and managing editor of Home Theater Review. says it best in his blog post titled Flashes of Brilliance: "Without belaboring the point the Fuoriserie is expensive and [...]

February 9th, 2013|

Analog Sunset

Analog Sunset – Does it lead to darkness or a better picture? Perhaps you may have heard the word “HDMI”. This is the new standard for connectivity between devices to a television and is replacing all legacy analog connectivity (think yellow, red and white jacks). At the end of this year, manufacturers will not legally [...]

December 2nd, 2012|

Put Your TV In Its Place

The OmniMount PLAY40 flat panel wall mount offers some of the most versatile and smooth TV positioning available in TV wall mounts. You use your TV for many purposes throughout the day. With this mount, you can adjust the positioning of your TV for the specific activity. Gadget expert Scott Steinberg named OmniMount's PLAY products [...]

May 17th, 2012|

The Cobbler Has New Shoes

For the last 20 years I have walked around barefoot in my electronic home. All of my “stuff” has been a mishmash of older components strung together with left over patch cables and power strips. Quite a sight to behold for the home of an electronics “professional”.

October 5th, 2011|
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