Tannoy HTS 200 Home Theater Speaker System

I am quite impressed with what speakers you can get in the thousand dollar range these days. The Tannoy HTS speaker set just eeks under this price range and gets a pretty good review from Sound & Vision. The finish of the speakers is quite nice but will likely only fit in with a specific decor so be sure to […]

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Sony BR Is Here

I guess its better to show up to the party better late then never! Sony had best hurry or their format is going to turn into a pumpkin twice in the last 30 years. The early reports, mainly from AVS, is that you can get them at BB. That is if you can afford it. The PS3 is looking better […]

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Artec T14A Digital TV Tuner

If you are looking for a teeeeny USB ATSC tuner for on the go life or simply ran out of PCI slots, have a gander at PC Magazine's review of the Artec T14A Digital Tuner. I have heard more then a few positive comments on this little bad boy. Its also worth mentioning that it works with MCE. The review […]

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Open Letter To HTPCnews.com Readers

I have read a few comments in the past few weeks that have finally prompted me to write a letter to the HTPCnews.com readers. I want to start off thanking everyone for creating such a great HTPC community. It is by far the friendliest and most down to earth group on the Internet. It was fantastic to see that even […]

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First Look: MyTVPal Player Streams HDTV over IP

I think this is more a proof of concept than an actual money maker. Not many people have enough upstream bandwidth to even make this practical. I personally have problems streaming through orb via DSL and that's horrible quality. But ya gotta love the potential when everyone has FIOS 😉 Matrixstream 1080p IPTV streaming has made it to the next […]

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(Real?) Windows Vista Media Center remote


And the world breathes a sigh of relief to know that Microsoft hasn't completely lost their mind. If you recall, we (and about every HTPC website) posted pictures of a horribly ugly remote back at Digital Life, and some thought that would be the Vista remote spec. Luckily, it wasn't true, and Long Zheng posts what he believes is the […]

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MPAA Lobbying for Home Theater Regulations

I for one welcome our new electronic overlords. I am here to serve the all mighty MPAA. My fee is in the mail and I included an extra 20 for lawyers to sue the people who do not worship our true masters. I have taken several corrective actions to come in line with what is expected of us. Here are a few […]

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TVersity now transcodes WMV to Xbox360


TVersity is a media server application designed to work with a number of devices such as PSP or Xbox360, and their latest release allows for on the fly transcoding of WMV files to your XBox 360. On the fly transcoding to WMV for the Xbox 360 Xbox 360 users can now play their entire media library with no need for […]

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Optoma introduces its first video enhancement processor

Already very well known for its projectors, Optoma has released the ThemeScene HD3000 video processor and switcher. The gennum VXP technology will just about do it all including scaling, edge management, bad edit correction and much much more. From the article: Optoma describes the HD3000 as being 'specifically designed to enhance the image quality of all digital projectors, digital TVs, […]

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