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Breaking Bad cinematographer Michael Slovis mentions that the show might not have found its success with audiences if not for the "perfect storm" of a visually creative mind creating a show during the advent of affordable home theater technology.
Everything's big in Texas, and that includes HDTVs. In a bid to get into the technological record books, the Texas Motor Speedway is partnering with Panasonic to create the Big Hoss TV.
Could lack of bandwidth from the existing digital service infrastructure cause the burgeoning 4K/Ultra-HD technology to fizzle out before it even gets a foothold in the marketplace? Technology analysts and video engineers seem to think so.
Sony knocked $200 off the 46" BRAVIA BX420 HDTV today, offering the full HD 60Hz set for $699 until Dec. 17. The BX420 Series HDTV boasts five HD inputs (2 HDMI inputs, 2 component inputs and a PC input), integrated USB, Scene Select, and LightSensor Technology.
Sony Bravia TV owners might want to check out the new firmware update now available online. The update includes support for high-definition video from YouTube -- a welcome addition which is of course contingent upon the quality of the clip you're watching. The firmware update from Sony also includes the ability to view Facebook videos and photos in full screen on your TV.
Talk about pre-Black Friday Deals. Amazon has got a 50" Panasonic VIERA 3D Plasma for just $900! (List price is $1,499 - a savings of $600). The TC-P50ST30 3D HDTV boasts Infinite Black 2, 3D 24p Cinema Smoother, 600Hz Sub-field Drive, and VIERA Connect among other features.
LG has introduced a series of plasma HDTVs that are touch sensitive, allowing you to use a stylus pen on the display itself which has a protective scratch-resistant screen. You need to have a PC connected (via HDMI or RGB) to the PenTouch TV to make it work, which let's you access files, applications, and browse the internet.
Amazon has already started some pre-Cyber Monday deals online, with lots of choices in the electronics, home theater, and entertainment departments. Some current highlights...
Is this for real? Absolutely! Take $1200 of a Toshiba 55-inch 1080p LED HDTV and get it for $1,199 (List: $2,399) with free shipping....