1. Panasonic to release firmware fix for Onkyo HDMI compatibility problem

    Panasonic to release firmware fix for Onkyo HDMI compatibility problem

    Panasonic is to release a firmware fix for its V10 and G10 Viera TVs to cure an HDMI handshake problem with some Onkyo AV receivers

    Mon, 10 Aug 2009, 04:00pm
  2. Toshiba applies to join Blu-ray Disc Association

    Toshiba applies to join Blu-ray Disc Association

    Toshiba has finally decided to start making Blu-ray players and has asked to join the Blu-ray Disc Association

    Mon, 10 Aug 2009, 09:00am
  3. Simple, effective and a snip: Maplin's Mini SPL meter

    Simple, effective and a snip: Maplin's Mini SPL meter

    Answering a forum question the other day I was surfing around for the best price for an SPL meter, and stumbled across a bargain I felt I should pass on. Since Tandy vanished from our shores, and with it ready availability of the Radio Shack meters, setting up a home cinema system has got tricker –

    Sun, 09 Aug 2009, 11:54am
  4. The Active advantage

    The Active advantage

    To quote my learned colleague Mr Duncan, "Oh dear."Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear..." Y'see, this isn't going to please the 'digits is digits' brigade one little bit, and will almost inevitably stir up a hornet's nest of slanging from those who say they know the

    Sun, 09 Aug 2009, 10:34am
  5. 50% will be able to watch the 2010 World Cup in HD says Freeview

    50% will be able to watch the 2010 World Cup in HD says Freeview

    Announcement follows plans for launch of HD version of ITV1 as a full channel from end of this year

    Fri, 07 Aug 2009, 03:00pm
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  7. Forget the drive-in: Sky Movies teams up with What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision to help you create a cinema in your garden

    Forget the drive-in: Sky Movies teams up with What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision to help you create a cinema in your garden

    New advice site tells you all you need to know about al fresco audio and video

    Fri, 07 Aug 2009, 01:00pm
  8. JAPAN: the PS3 grows up with on-demand adult movies in HD

    JAPAN: the PS3 grows up with on-demand adult movies in HD

    For those of you who thought the killer app for the PS3 was being able to play with others online, a Japanese company is now catering for more solitary pleasures with the launch of a streaming service offering on-demand HD adult movies. DMM.tv works by loading software into an internet-connected

    Fri, 07 Aug 2009, 10:28am
  9. The Beatles remasters: will they be Good Day Sunshine or Hello, Goodbye?

    The Beatles remasters: will they be Good Day Sunshine or Hello, Goodbye?

    Ah, it’s another re-mastering blog. Is that “God, no!” I hear you say, coupled with the sounds of millions of mouse buttons being clicked rapidly away? Well relax, chaps – the targets for tonight are those nutty, noisy Beatles, who are set to make a resurgence in the hi-fi world with the release of

    Fri, 07 Aug 2009, 08:34am
  10. Ixos opens up its Oyster USB speakers

    Ixos opens up its Oyster USB speakers

    New USB-powered compact travel speakers clip together when not in use

    Thu, 06 Aug 2009, 04:00pm
  11. QED's new XT Evolution speaker cable

    QED's new XT Evolution speaker cable

    Draws on the design of the Genesis and X-Tube cables, will sell for £6.50/m

    Thu, 06 Aug 2009, 03:00pm

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