By Ken Werner • Aug 22 2013, 6:49pm
Both Technicolor and THX have introduced and demonstrated 4K certification systems for consumer television.
At first glance, you might think these certifications are addressing the same issues and are therefore competitive.
However, interviews with the THX and Technicolor development teams , as reported in my previous two posts, revealed just the opposite.
THX’s approach will be [...]
By Pete Putman • Aug 14 2013, 3:56pm
And it's cheaper by $6,000.
Are we about to see an OLED TV prices war start up?
By Pete Putman • Aug 12 2013, 7:55pm
For the first time ever, the number of pay TV subscribers has taken a downward turn.
And that trend is likely to accelerate.
By Pete Putman • Aug 9 2013, 3:11pm
Here's the latest Home Entertainment Report from the Digital Entertainment Group.
And it shows that the trend away from physical media to downloads and streaming is gaining strength.
By Pete Putman • Aug 9 2013, 3:05pm
In a recent interview, Toshiba's CEO says he won't give up on the company's money-losing television business.
By Ken Werner • Aug 3 2013, 8:42pm
Both Technicolor and THX have demonstrated that platforms carrying their 4K certification can produce very-high-quality up-converted 4K images.Â
In my last post, I reported on a conference call with members of THX’s San Francisco-based certification team, which described the philosophy behind the THX program and some of the practical aspects of their implementation.
This time, I [...]