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K2 Mounts Eases Panel Movement with the Touch of a Button 

K2 Mounts’ X-arm is a remote-controlled on-wall mounting solution for flat-panel displays. Controllable via the supplied three-device universal remote control or via an RS-232-controlled touchpanel, X-arm extends the TV 12in. from the wall, enabling viewers to adjust the swivel left or right from 20 to 28 degrees depending on screen size. ...

Toshiba Reveals Its Largest Projection TV to Date 

At 72in. diagonal, the 72MX196 Cinema Series XHD projection TV is Toshiba’s largest TV. The 72MX196 incorporates Toshiba’s TALEN engine with Texas Instruments’ HD5 chip, a Radiance 150-watt lamp and Toshiba’s PixelPure Hi-Bit 12-bit video processing. ...

What's New:
Residential Technology
 
By Laura Dixon and Jessaca Massey
JVC's EX10 compact home theater system includes a pair of two-way wood cone speakers, each cabinet housing a 3 3/16in. wood cone mid/bass...

Rotel Power Conditioner Provides System Protection 

Using APC power protection technology, Rotel Electronics' RLC 1080 provides system protection against power spikes, brownouts, overvoltages, and RFI noise....

Envision Peripherals Expands its Flat-panel Display Line 

Envision Peripherals (EPI), home to the AOC- and Envision-branded displays, announced it will unveil its new 42in. HDTV plasma screen from AOC at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas during 2006 International CES. EPI will also showcase a full range of high-performance digital display solutions including LCD flat-panel and plasma TVs...

Technology Showcase:
Surface-mount Loudspeakers
 
By Bruce Borgerson
Think of the familiar surface-mount loudspeaker as a four-cylinder, gasoline-powered compact car. Then, recall the vehicles of 1961: VW Beetle, Ford Falcon, Chevy Corvair, and the first front-wheel-drive Minis from England. Now, look at the compact cars of today. Quality has improved vastly, while more manufacturers are flooding the market with a profusion of nameplates...

What's New: Residential Technology 
By Laura Dixon
NuVision's new 1080p DLP television features its Deep Black LED light engine in a 52in. prototype rear-projection TV cabinet design. The...

Vidikron Projector Provides Proprietary Video Processing 

The Model 90 DLP projector incorporates Vidikron’s proprietary Imagix video processing, along with a three-chip DLP engine. ...

Anthony Gallo Acoustics Introduces Nucleus Reference AV speakers 

Anthony Gallo Acoustic’s Nucleus Reference AV speakers are based on the company’s Reference 3.1 design and available in vertical and horizontal configurations. ...

NuVision Introduces Deep Black DLP Televisions 

NuVision is proud to announce its 1080p DLP television technology, featuring its Deep Black LED light engine in a 52in. prototype rear-projection TV cabinet design. ...

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