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  1. Home Theatre Corner
    Hoping someone out there can help me out.... I have recently purchased a new TV and I'm having some audio hook-up problems.... I would like the sound from my new TV to broadcast through my existing home theatre system. My TV (LG model 42LE5300) only has an "optical digital audio out" output...
  2. HDTV: Front/Rear Projection Screens & Televisions
    I would like to know how to reset lamp hours after replacing projection bulb. This TV is about 4yrs old and has many hours on it. Any ideas on where to get inexpensive bulbs would help. gbs53
  3. Internet Television: Streaming (Netflix/Apple TV)
    Bought a Philips BDP 5012 /F7 which has ethernet port for internet access but is not capable of Netflix directly -- so I am told So I think I need a media player or other streaming device - preferably wireless to receive from PC , translate? & deliver to the port . Presumably a recorder would...
  4. Home Theatre Corner
    DivX has announced that Philips will introduce the DivX Plus HD playback feature in its next generation of Blu-ray products to be launched in 2010. (first in Europe beginning in April) Philips' new line of Blu-ray players will be able to playback DivX Plus HD video using the MKV container...
  5. Industry News
    Philips has launched the Wake-up Light - an interesting new alarm clock and FM radio which the consumer electronics company says simulates a natural sunrise providing a more pleasant wake up experience no matter what time of year. Simulating a natural sunrise, the 300 lux wake-up light is a...
  6. Industry News
    Philips Electronics today confirmed that its Wireless HDTV Link is now available in stores in the United States. The Wireless HDTV link is a sender/receiver system that is compatible with all audio/video HDMI sources including Blu-ray players, gaming consoles and set-top cable and satellite...
  7. Home Theatre Corner
    Interesting press release from Panasonic, Philips and Sony today (see post #2) Interesting part meaning
  8. HDTV: High Definition Television (LCD & Plasma)
    This week at the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Philips introduced its LED backlighting technology which it calls LED LUX. Philips says the HDTVs use 1,152 LEDs that are divided into 128 segments that can be individually controlled in order to improve black levels. Each segment has nine LED’s...
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