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Technology Integrator asked three influential CI channel manufacturers what luxury products mean to them, what they bring to their integrators now, and how they see the future—as we are midway through 2014.

Kaleidescape made big waves earlier this year when it introduced its $3,995 Cinema One system, which boasts all of the DVD ripping and movie server capabilities of its much more expensive predecessors in a much more affordable package, along with a new Kaleidescape store that gives customers access to fully Blu-ray sized, Blu-ray quality digital movie downloads, along with UltraViolet digital downloads. Now, just in time for the holidays, Kaleidescape is sweetening the pot even more by offering new customers 50 free downloads from the Kaleidscape store.

In a statement made to CNET, the Blu-ray Disc Association has revealed that they have received proposals for extending the Blu-ray Disc format to support the new UltraHD “4K” standard. Here’s what we know so far about this proposed new 4K Blu-ray format

If you follow the electronics market closely at all, you’ve probably noticed that one of the fastest-growing sectors of the audio world is that of the Digital-to-Analog Converter, or DAC. Simply put (very simply, exceedingly simply), DACs take digital audio signals—the of 1s and 0s stored in CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, and digital music files—and convert them into electrical signals that can amplified and delivered to your speakers. - See more at: http://hdliving.com/learning-center/2013/02/28/abcs-dacs#sthash.pqhIwbJY.dpuf

 

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