Samsung Electronics, a worldwide leader in innovative display solutions, announced that its mirror display has been commercially installed for the first time in a LEEKAJA HAIRBIS salon in Seoul, Korea. Using Samsung’s 55-inch mirror displays, LEEKAJA HAIRBIS’ Jamsil salon will now provide a customized experience to their clients – they can consult different styles and
In response to the rapid growth of 4K within the professional and consumer markets, Sony has today announced the introduction of six new 4K BRAVIA Professional Displays. This new offering further demonstrates Sony’s industry leading combination of professional and consumer features;
HDMI 2.0: NEXT GENERATION In 2013, HDMI LLC released NEW specifications for the HDMI version 2.0 standards. This new specification provides for the following additional functionality: Increased bandwidth to 18Gbps for HDMI Cables designated, and passing ATC testing as a “High Speed HDMI Cable” 4K@50/60 Cycles (2160P), which is 4 times the clarity of previous
LG is going all-out for HDR support this year and has just announced that all of its 2016 OLED 4K TVs are going to straight out of the blocks supporting the advanced Dolby Vision HDR technology. LG’s current range of Ultra HD OLEDs already support the HDR10 standard used by Amazon Prime Instant Video’s HDR
The Audio Return Channel in HDMI 1.4 enables a TV, via a single HDMI cable, to send audio data “upstream” to an A/V receiver or surround audio controller, increasing user flexibility and eliminating the need for any separate S/PDIF audio connection. TVs have always been able to receive multi-channel audio through an HDMI connection, and
The constant upgrading of video connections might be annoying for some consumers, but most appreciate that such evolution is essential if we’re to push the boundaries. And few upgrades were more significant than the introduction of HDMI, which heralded the age of digital television.
What if we told you surround sound doesn’t have to be confined to a multi-speaker home theater set-up, and that all you needed was a simple pair of headphones? Headphone:X makes all this possible with an incredible technology that simulates the 3D environment of the audio’s original mixing stage. And that means your movies, music