Home Theater and Projectors

The Technical Side

HDMI 2.0 and Support for 4K UHD Video

Blog by Ron Jones

This blog provides an update on the new HDMI version 2.0 standard’s support for handling 4K Ultra-HD video.  I have included some specific information that I have received from an official source within the HDMI organization as well as some more general information about this new HDMI standard. 

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CEDIA Expo 2013 – Day 2

Blog Posted by Ron Jones

This is the second blog in this series from the CEDIA Expo 2013 Show in Denver, CO, USA.  In the Day 1 blog I covered some of the interesting new projectors from JVC, Sony and Epson.  In this Day 2 blog I have a little follow-up information related to JVC and Epson products as well as information on other home theater related products I’ve  seen here at the show.

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CEDIA Expo 2013 – Day 1

Blog posted by Ron Jones

This series of Blogs will report on home theater projectors and related products being introduced at the CEDIA Expo trade show being held in Denver, CO USA.  Today’s blog covers projectors from JVC, Sony and Epson and I plan to post another blog tomorrow for the second day of the show that will cover additional manufacturers and their most interesting products.

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CEDIA Expo 2013 – Preview

Blog posted by Ron Jones

This blog presents a preview of home theater video projectors, and related 4K video technology, that are expected to be introduced to the U.S. market at the upcoming CEDIA Expo (25-28 September 2013).  Much of this information is based on what the manufacturers have already released during the European IFA trade show, now underway in Berlin, Germany.  I plan to update this blog within the next few days with additional information.

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Setting up a Home Theater – Part 2

Blog Posted by Ron Jones

This is the second, and final, blog of this short series discussing how to properly set up and align a projector with the projection screen.  The first part of this discussion is available HERE.  Once you have positioned your new projector correctly in relation to a properly installed projection screen and have also correctly aligned the projector using the available mechanical and optical adjustments, you should always be able to achieve a near perfect rectangular image that correctly aligns with the viewable area of the projection screen.

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