AudioControl has added support for Dolby Vision HDR to their entire line of AV receivers and preamp/processors including the new Maestro M5 introduced at the 2017 CEDIA Expo.
DISH has released a new voice remote that ships with all Hopper DVRs. Upgraded with motion-activated backlighting and two customizable buttons, the remote interprets natural language to control navigation, search, and content selection on compatible set-top boxes.
Xfinity TV customers will soon be able to access their cable service via the Xfinity TV Partner app on Sony’s Android TVs. Beginning in 2018, Xfinity TV customers with Sony’s Android TVs will be able to enjoy live and on demand programming, including local broadcast and public educational and governmental channels, as well as their cloud DVR recordings via the Xfinity TV Partner app. They will also enjoy the programming data of the X1 guide.
Modeled after the Evolution EVEXHDB2 extender, the EVEX4K50 and HDBT4K50 are designed as a cost-effective way for distributors and dealers to extend full 4K and HDR in both residential and commercial installations.
Sony Electronics has announced that users with 2017 and select 2016 Sony 4K HDR televisions with Android TV can now use the Google Assistant to discover and access content, as well as control other smart home devices through their Sony TV.
Atlona’s AT-HDR-EX-70-2PS transmitter/receiver kit is now shipping. Designed for both residential and commercial applications, it extends 4K/UHD HDMI signals over HDBaseT with support for high dynamic range (HDR) formats.
In its TV Design and Features Tracker–Q3 2017, IHS Markit forecasted that HDR TV shipments will grow from 12.2 million in 2017 to 47.9 million in 2021, with a further 88.6 million HDR-ready sets—with HDR decoding but no HDR display capability—shipping in 2021.
Optoma has signed a new distribution deal with ASI, a national distributor of IT hardware and software products, to expand its U.S. channel penetration across a variety of verticals including SMB, education, and government.
LILIN Americas has introduced an addition to its M-Series IP network cameras line. The new MR6442AX IP 4MP dome camera features improved video quality, a 2.8 to 12mm Varifocal-Auto Iris Lens, 100db High Dynamic Range (HDR), and built-in Sense up+ low light technology.
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