Posts Tagged: "Blu-ray"

Top Gun 3D

Top Gun 3D Arriving this February for $20 (video)

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Everyone knows that when 3D is added in post, or after principal shooting has been completed, that it’s not nearly as compelling an experience as if it were shot with an actual stereoscopic camera.  But that isn’t about to stop the studios from reissuing old movies with a third dimension. On...

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Pioneer BDP-150 Blu-ray 3D Player Review

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Blu-ray players are no longer the expensive components they once were. As a result, the emphasis now is less about the price and more on the additional features that add to its basic purpose of playing high-resolution video discs. Pioneer’s BDP-150 Network Enabled Blu-ray 3D Disc Player is affordable for...

Blu-ray Gift guide

2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Blu-ray Players (list)

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Don’t be befuddled by the “Cloud,” because having content local and at-hand guarantees you can watch what you want when you want. A Blu-ray disc not only provides an uncompressed high-resolution 1080p picture, but gives you choices for audio that streaming a video can’t. Blu-ray players now come with features...

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Sony BDP-S790 3D Blu-ray Player Review

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There are those who say that a Blu-ray player should do more than just play discs, but also provide a conduit to the Internet and access to applications and websites in a manner similar to that of “Smart TVs” and mobile devices.  Sony’s BDP-S790 3D Blu-ray Player does that in spades...

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IOGEAR GW3DHDKIT Wireless 3D Digital Kit Review

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Transmitting video wirelessly has been one of the “Holy Grails” of the home theater world. The idea of sending a video wirelessly from a video source device (be that for television or from a disc) means you lose the need for gauging how long a video cable must be, what...

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Sceptre E465BV-FHDD 46-inch 3D LED HDTV Review

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There was a time when you could only get a quality HDTV from a brand name. Add to that was size — those manufacturers striving to equal the quality of the “brand” didn’t try and get too big for their britches…make that for the display. But that was then and...