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Sharp AQUOS HD Recorders

aquos-dv-acw80Sharp has been very busy this week, after just releasing 16 brand new Aquos G HDTVs, they have also announced five new Sharp AQUOS HD recorders (on to the Japanese market).

The five HD recorders range from 250Gb of storage up to a massive 1TB (1000gb). The top of the range DV-ACW80 starts up in just a mere 0.8 seconds Read more


Sharp AQUOS GSharp have just announced a whole lot of new LCD HDTVs, 16 in fact. The Sharp Aquos G series comes in sixteen different models in six different sizes offering both bottom and side mounted speakers. From the smallest 26-inches to 52-inches, and also 32, 37, 42 and 46 inch sizes offering a wealth of selection choices. Read more

Toshiba Cinema Series REGZA (LX177)

cinema-series-regza.jpgToshiba have added three new sizes to their Cinema Series Regza (LX177) line up. As we would expect from toshiba’s Cinema Series, the specifications look very good, offering full hd 1080p native resolution, ClearFrame 120Hz high refresh rates for anti-motion blur and PixelPure3G 14-bit digital video processing. Read more

Live Earth HD

I’m sure many of you are looking forward to Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis. The 24 hour long massive concert is scheduled for July 7th around the world in eight different countries. Great news for music and HD fans, Intelsat have sponsored Live Earth, making Live Earth HD the biggest ever HDTV undertaking, Read more

Flat HDMI Cables

flat-hdmi-cable.jpgIf you own an HDTV I’m sure you will be wanting to pump in some HD signals to it, no doubt via HDMI. You might want to use some great but cheap HDMI cables or maybe something a little different, such as these flat HDMI cables for your perfect HDTV installation.

Unlike normal round HDMI cables these cables are flat, very flat at just 3mm, enabling you to get your perfect HD setup with less wire troubles. Read more

Philips 42PFL9900D | 1080p Ambilight

Philips 42PFL9900DWell here it is, the 42-inch Philips 42PFL9900D 1080p Ambilight LCD HDTV that has been long rumored on the internet. The 42PFL9900D has been a hoped for rumor for some time now, but has never been confirmed or announced officially, but now a specs sheet has been leaked from Philips showing the 42PFL9900D. Read more

Hitachi 1080p Fall Line of HDTVs

If your after a 1080p HDTV then Hitachi’s new fall line of HDTVs should please you. They have announced 10 new HDTVs in total, most with full hd 1080p resolutions. Featuring a 60-inch plasma, two 55-models, three 50-inch plasma models, and four LCDs available in 42-inch and 47-inches. Read more

Total HD Delayed: 2008

During CES of 2007 Warner announced Total HD, a disc that holds both HD-DVD and Blu-ray formats. Today, Warner has had to admit that Total HD discs won’t be available this year, contrary to what was announced at CES. No new release date has been given, but we hear they are aiming for early 2008. Read more


th-l1.jpgIf you own or plan on owning a HDTV, you will probably want great sound to finish off the experience. The JVC TH-L1 is HD ready by supporting HDMI and component switching. The JVC TH-L1 is a HTIB (home theater in a box) setup which makes it a lot easier for people who have just bought an HDTV and want to enjoy true 5.1 digital surround audio. The TH-L1 HTIB features two HDMI inputs and an HDMI output, and component switching along with an iPod interface. Read more

JVC 688, 788 Series.

jvc-lt47×788.jpgJVC have added four new 1080p “Full HD” LCD HDTV to their line up under their 688 Series and 788 Series. The slightly lower end the 688 series includes a 37-inch LT-37X688 and 42-inch LT-42X688 models with an all black gloss finish. Then the higher 788 series has a 42-inch LT-42X788 and larger 47-inch LT-47X788 models, also black with an added silver trim and ultra thin bezel.

Although these four HDTVs come from two different series, they are piratically identical, with exception to the outer design finish. Read more

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