1. BRISTOL SHOW 2012: HDanywhere has a £2500 multiroom system to be won

    BRISTOL SHOW 2012: HDanywhere has a £2500 multiroom system to be won

    Prize set-up will enable four sources to be distibuted to four rooms, includes all cabling and installation

    Sat, 18 Feb 2012, 10:19am
  2. Samsung's flagship 3D Blu-ray cinema system uses valve amp technology

    Samsung's flagship 3D Blu-ray cinema system uses valve amp technology

    The latest all-in-one cinema system from Samsung uses the company's new 'vacuum tube amplifier' technology

    Wed, 15 Feb 2012, 09:40am
  3. UPDATE: Sony launches Google TV powered Blu-ray and network media players

    UPDATE: Sony launches Google TV powered Blu-ray and network media players

    Two new devices will launch in Europe in summer 2012, bringing broadcast TV, apps and web browsing

    Wed, 15 Feb 2012, 08:26am
  4. Samsung: "Blu-ray no longer a big selling point"

    Samsung: "Blu-ray no longer a big selling point"

    The company says Blu-ray players are fast becoming a commodity so what now matters most is that they're Smart

    Mon, 13 Feb 2012, 05:35pm
  5. Onkyo rolls out a trio of home cinema receiver/speaker systems

    Onkyo rolls out a trio of home cinema receiver/speaker systems

    All-in-one packages start from £300, offer full-size receivers and 5.1-channel speakers

    Mon, 13 Feb 2012, 04:52pm
  6. More after the break

  7. B&W unveils two new Mini Theatre home cinema systems, and PV-1D subwoofer

    B&W unveils two new Mini Theatre home cinema systems, and PV-1D subwoofer

    MT-50 and MT-60D home cinema systems will be available in March; sub gains digital signal processing

    Mon, 13 Feb 2012, 03:02pm
  8. Onkyo launches first four 2012 AV home cinema receivers, plus three AV packages

    Onkyo launches first four 2012 AV home cinema receivers, plus three AV packages

    Range starts from £300, includes £400 networked 5.1-channel model, prices for packages also start from £300

    Mon, 13 Feb 2012, 02:48pm
  9. JAPAN: Panasonic stops and ejects VCRs from its domestic range

    JAPAN: Panasonic stops and ejects VCRs from its domestic range

    Panasonic has stopped making VHS recorders for the domestic market, will only make some machines for export

    Mon, 13 Feb 2012, 12:09pm
  10. Onkyo takes top AV receiver sales honours for fourth year

    Onkyo takes top AV receiver sales honours for fourth year

    TX-NR609 was 2011's best seller, with TX-NR608 in second place, as company took 34.5% market share

    Thu, 09 Feb 2012, 01:44pm
  11. Virgin Media doubles TiVo numbers; in talks with Lovefilm and Netflix

    Virgin Media doubles TiVo numbers; in talks with Lovefilm and Netflix

    435,000 people now have TiVo, helping Virgin Media to its first annual profits announcement

    Wed, 08 Feb 2012, 11:49am

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