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Hi-Fi

A reproduction of a sound or image of such high quality that it imitates the real thing. The term is short for "high fidelity."
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Shedding their 'expensive" tag by reducing prices of the offerings, they ensured that the higher end versions of the DVD/Blu-ray home theaters from the consumer electronics giants suffered.
With movies, photos, and music stored on the multimedia player, simply connect it to a TV set or Home Theater system via the A/V cable provided, and view the media content on TV.
Some of the more successful builders have the integrators predesign and lay out a basic home theater and audio system in the builder's model homes.
With theater-quality sound and visuals, combined with cinematic aesthetics, the home theater market is expected to continue its explosive growth.
The Rotel RB-985 adds substantially to my home theater stack and the addition of five additional speakers causes a modicum of muttering from my long-suffering spouse.
Jessy Crabb, general manager of Metra Home Theater Group, said,"We are excited to have the first 15 meter HDMI cables to receive the DPL Labs Seal of Approval for 4K and HDR.
For more information about the Sonance Landscape Series, or all products and services at the Sounding Board Home Theater Plus please visit their site, or call 201 445 5006.
The HT-X810 Home Theater Sound Bar has a piano black finisheI|a look every bit as venerable as its performance is exceptional.
With the help of home theater designer Bob Gatton and Philips Electronics style and home designer Stephen Saint-Onge, Adu got the home entertainment setup of his dreams: 50-inch Philips Ambilight flatTV in his and his mother's rooms ($4,499.99 each); 42-inch screens in several other rooms ($2,699.99); the piece de resistance, a home theater that features a custom-built, remote-controlled, 120-foot drop-down Marantz 12S4 projection screen; Lutron motorized window shades that descend to block outside light; and a Canton/Marantz sound system.
Circuit City: Panasonic 800-watt home theater system, $299.99
If you're building a dedicated home theater room, make it rectangular rather than square, as close as possible to a Io-to-7 ratio (20 by 14 feet, for example).
All in all, The Home Theater Companion is a startlingly thorough resource book that I recommend heartily to anyone interested in audio or home theater -- and if you read what Howard says about us on page 357, you'll know I am not saying that just to return a bit of flattery ...-- KWN