19 Results for

x.v.color

Article

Sony 'mastered in 4K' Blu-rays a mixed blessing

The "mastered in 4K" name is sure to confuse many buyers this year, but Sony's special new Blu-rays are an impressive boost in quality over your average Blu-ray release.

By April 30, 2013

Article

JVC's aggressively priced AVCHD camcorders

JVC's new low-end HD models seem to be cheaper than the competition's.

By January 8, 2009

Article

Sharp's new 'value' home-theater projector: The XV-Z15000

Due to arrive in March, Sharp's XV-Z15000 is a Full HD 1080p projector that carries a relatively affordable list price of $3,000.

By January 7, 2009

Article

Panasonic's LCD can't measure up to its plasmas

CNET reviews the Panasonic TC-37LZ85 and finds it wanting compared with the company's plasma televisions.

By December 18, 2008

Article

Sony's cheapest SXRD projector still scores well

The Sony VPL-HW10, the least expensive projector to employ the company's SXRD display technology, proves a capable performer nonetheless.

By November 20, 2008

Article

Panasonic's THX plasma goes large, gets Editors' Choice

The Panasonic TH-58PZ800U follows in the footsteps of its 50-inch brother by winning the Editors' Choice award. Here's how.

By October 3, 2008

Article

Sony's new Blu-ray player goes high-end

Sony's new BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray player has plenty of enthusiast extras, but it will set you back $2,000.

By September 3, 2008

Article

Panasonic announces DMP-BD35, DMP-BD55 Blu-ray players

Panasonic has announced two new Blu-ray players, the DMP-BD35 and DMP-BD55, which both support Blu-ray Profile 2.0 and have onboard decoding for high resolution audio soundtracks.

By September 3, 2008

Article

Sony's new budget AV receivers packed with features

Sony rolled out four new AV receivers--the STR-DG520, STR-DG720, STR-DG820 and STR-DG920--and from our initial glance at the spec sheet, they seem to offer up a pretty decent bang for your buck.

By February 26, 2008

Article

JVC's HD Everios go 1080p

Two new models that capture 1080p MPEG-2 video.

By January 31, 2008