Value Electronics, a Westchester County-based audio video retailer in New York will test, evaluate, and compare all the latest flagship TVs in their annual TV Shootout evaluation event on Saturday, August 16 at 6:00 PM and Sunday, August 17 at 3:00 PM. The 10th annual event, held at Value Electronics’ retail location in Scarsdale, NY, will decide which TV will be crowned the “King of HD/UHD TV.”
Samsung took home the top prize at last year's TV Shootout.
Kevin Miller will lead the panel of experts, which includes TV reviewers and calibrators DeWayne Davis and David Mackenzie, in assessing the newest TVs from the leading CE manufacturers. Kevin Miller is a charter member of the Image Science Foundation (ISF) and well respected industry consultant.
The televisions featured this year will include both curved and flat HD and 4K Ultra HD LEDs and OLEDs from the top TV manufacturers. The events will be streamed live in HD over the internet at www.valueelectronics.com and made available at the same website for future viewing. Consumers and media representatives are also invited to attend, however seating is limited to 60 people per event and available on a first-come-first served basis by registering at the website.
This year very special guests and major icons of the consumer electronics industry will be in attendance: Dr. Larry Weber and Joe Kane. Dr. Larry Weber is an American electrical engineer/inventor and leader in the display community known for pioneering Plasma Display Panel technology. Joe Kane specializes in the science of electronic imaging and is working on developing the specs and test materials for Ultra HD. They will make presentations on the state of the industry and the future of Ultra HD.
Robert Zohn, founder and president of Value Electronics, commented, “Our Shootout has proven to be a ‘must attend’ event among true video enthusiasts and industry leaders each year, demonstrating how the premium TVs perform and compete with each other. With the continuation of Ultra HD and OLED as well as the great advancements of TV technologies, this will be a great year for flat panel displays."
“In addition to the tested panels, several manufacturers are expected to display and provide information about advanced products that will launch in the future, with image and audio that provides a true reference quality for the audiophile and videophile,” Mr. Zohn added.