Sharp Shows Newest 4K Ultra HD TVs
June 11, 2015

Sharp Electronics Marketing Co. of America President Jim Sanduski presented two new series of  Sharp Aquos 4K Ultra HD TVs at a New York City press event Wednesday, while also stating the company's commitment to the U.S. market.

Azione Teams With Future Ready Solutions
March 10, 2015

Future Ready Solutions, industry veteran Eric Bodley's new connectivity product distribution brand, is the newest vendor partner of buying group Azione Unlimited.

Sharp Ships TV/Audio Player Line
October 30, 2014

Sharp said this week that it is now shipping its AQUOS 4K UD27 line, which features both THX 4K Certified Ultra HD LED TVs and the Sharp Wireless High Resolution Audio Player.

THX Updates App
August 27, 2014

THX announced this week that it has upgraded its THX tune-up app for iOS devices. The update improves the THX Product Finder feature.

Onkyo Debuts New AV Components
June 23, 2014

Onkyo on Monday announced the arrival of several new products, including  THX-Certified 9.2-Channel TX-NR1030 Network A/V Receiver, 11.2-Channel TX-NR3030 Network A/V Receiver, and 11.2-Channel PR-SC5530 Network A/V Controller.

Integra Debuts DTR-30.6 and DTR-40.6 AV Receivers
May 21, 2014

Integra announced Wednesday that  its two newest seven-channel AV receivers will be available this month. The company says the 95-watt-per-channel DTR-30.6 ($1,000) and the 110-watt-per-channel DTR-40.6 ($1,300) are the first receivers designed to support the latest HDMI standard for 4K/60Hz video, as well as the latest HDCP2.2 copy protection standard.

Onkyo introduces two network AV receivers that do several interesting things
April 17, 2014

It’s always a good day for home audio when Onkyo announces a new AV receiver, let alone two. And that’s exactly what’s going down.

The TX-NR737 and TX-NR838 are “network AV receivers” that fit into the midrange section of Onkyo’s line. They’re each THX Select2 Plus-certified, which basically means they’re exceptional at producing high volume with minimal distortion.

Technology Integrator Salutes Stewart Filmscreen
January 2, 2014

Stewart Filmscreen was started in 1947; 66 years ago. The Stewart family started a business developing and manufacturing screens for the Hollywood Studios.  The founder, Roy Stewart, understood at that early date that Hollywood was not just in the business of making movies, but of creating and delivering immersive experiences to the audience.