Earlier in the year, Samsung gave us a taste of a high end sound system, the HT-F9750W, which brandishes power like a weapon. Featuring an intense 1330 watts, this is the system if you love movies and love them loud, and we’ve spent some time with it ahead of its release in Australia.
How much would you pay for your music? Marantz has given us some time with an iPod dock that brings with it a premium wood backing, two 50 watt amps, two 25 watt Class D speakers, AirPlay, oh, and a $1650 price tag.
Ruslan Kogan appears to be attempting tick every box he can to get people to buy a new TV with the unveiling of a new model that is not only inexpensive, but packs in some very interesting features that is apparently a “world first.”
We don’t know too many rich people, but if we were to buddy up with at least one, we’d have to convince them to have their own personal IMAX theatre, because that is now possible.
In 2012 Samsung introduced a host of new features to its Smart TV line-up, some content and network related, some to provide greater interactivity and control, and in some models, one that fights obsolescence. This year that last feature has been retained, while the others have been significantly enhanced and improved, including the addition of increased support for cloud services.
We’re pretty sure we speak for all TV fanatics out there, but finally – freakin’ finally – OLED is becoming a reality, with LG announcing that it will be bringing that mystical technology to Australia, and a few more 4K TVs, too.
For many, sound bars offer a neat way to bundle up multiple speakers positioned all over the living room in one long stick to be stored under the TV. While many might be keen to try them out, prices can sometimes stop you in your tracks, and that’s why Bush is coming out with one that won’t tax the wallet too much.
Shown at CES, those of you with deep pockets might finally be able to invest in the future of TV technology this year, as the promise of OLED technology is rumoured to be really be coming. Really. Really really.
With a big fanfare, Samsung has launched one of its biggest line-ups yet, covering Smart TVs, not-so-smart TVs, devices that can upgrade last year’s TV, and even a TV that features the astonishingly massive 4K Ultra-High Definition screen size.
You can’t always bring the biggest and most awesome pair of headphones with you, and if you want the best sound from your smartphone or media player, that means finding something smaller yet still awesome enough for your audiophile ears. One brand might have the solution though, and it’s Australian made, too.