Newsflash, Voom is still in business

September 14, 2004

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Memorial Day 2004

May 31, 2004

To all the Veterans who served, and the men and women of the armed forces serving today (and yesterday). Thank you for your sacrifice. We must be prepared to make heroic sacrifices for the cause of peace that we make ungrudgingly for the cause of war. There is no task that is more important or […]

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HDTV LCD’s and “waiting for the price drop”

May 25, 2004

Trust me I’ll tie it all together, or try. LCD televisions are inundating the market in all shapes, sizes, and resolutions. Remember the resolution breakdown, 480i = standard definition, 480p = extended definition (EDTV), and 720p or higher = HDTV. I don’t want to get into the EDTV vs. HDTV discussion just yet. But suffice […]

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Name Game

May 7, 2004

After the lackluster re-branding of Audio Video Interiors to Connected Guide to the Digital Home, what was a great magazine, now a maze of ads and a hard to navigate layout. Primedia announced Stereophile’s Guide to Home Theater has been re-tagged Stereophile Ultimate AV. I’m at a loss to figure out why publishers feel the […]

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OAR is an acronym for Original Aspect Ratio

April 28, 2004

OAR has been getting a lot of talk of late in Home Theater circles, not sure I’m 100% on the bandwagon here. The basic premise is always keeping the original aspect ratio of a film or video intact when released on DVD. In theory this is a great idea 99.0% of the time. But there […]

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