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  1. Onkyo Expands Its Online Hi-Res Music Store to United States

    Home Theater, Audio and Video News
    To my fellow Western Hemisphere friends: raise your hand if you know that Onkyo has been operating a Hi-Res music download service since 2005. **silence** You are not alone. At least I think you’re not alone. Onkyomusic.com is rolling out in the United States, Britain, and Germany. There...
  2. Sony Expands High Resolution Audio Lineup with Two New Products

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    The digital music revolution killed analog sources for the sake of convenience, but has left many audio fans yearning for clarity and higher resolution playback. It began with the introduction of compact discs which offered amazingly crisp sound and reliable portability, however physical discs...
  3. Control4 Expands Music-Source Options For Multi-Room Audio

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    Source: TWICE
  4. URC Expands Total Control iOS App

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    Source: Residential Systems
  5. JVC Expands D-ILA Projector Line with Performance Enhancements and 4K

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    Source: BigPictureBigSound
  6. Klipsch's Energy Brand Expands Affordable Power Series

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    Source: TWICE
  7. Polk Expands SurroundBar IHT Series with SurroundBar 5000 and 9000 Powered Speaker Bars

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    Source: BigPictureBigSound
  8. Pioneer Expands Elite SC Series Receivers Models

    Home Theater Receivers | Processors | Amps
    Press Release here.
  9. Sezmi expands $5 Select service to 36 markets, DVR price drops to $150

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    Those interested in Sezmi's hybrid TV box should probably double check the availability list right now, as it's Sezmi Select package is now available in 36 markets. Multichannel News points out the retail price for the antenna and 1TB DVR package has been halved to a more reasonable $150, after...
  10. Sezmi expands availability to 10 new markets, premium channels still can't escape L.A.

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    We hadn't heard much from Sezmi since its February launch, but in "response to consumer demand" it is expanding the availability of its box and $5 / month Sezmi Select package to Boston; Detroit; Houston; Kansas City, Mo.; Phoenix; Portland, Ore.; Miami, Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and...
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