Yamaha Corporation of America announced five new audio/video receivers, the RX-V775WA ($849.95), RX-V675 ($649.95), RX-V575 ($549.95), RX-V475 ($449.95) and RX-V375 ($299.95).
Barnes & Noble announced its new reading and entertainment-focused NOOK tablet ($249).
Rhapsody announced that it plans to acquire Napster from Best Buy.
SanDisk Corporation announced its new Sansa Clip Zip MP3 player.
Pioneer Electronics (USA) announced its new flagship 9.1-channel SC-57 ($2000) and 7.1-channel SC-55 ($1600) Elite audio/video receivers.
Sonos, Inc. announced its new PLAY:3 ($299) streaming music player.
Radical.FM, Inc. announced the launch of an invitation-only private beta of the company’s personal internet radio service.
Onkyo USA announced its new HT-RC370 ($849) and HT-RC360 ($549) A/V receivers.
Onkyo USA announced its new TX-8050 network stereo receiver ($399) and C-7030 CD player ($249).
Vizio announced that it is launching three Full HD 3D XVT Series HDTVs as well as two new Blu-ray 3D players. According to the statement, Vizio’s XVT 3D HDTVs are available in 55″ (XVT3D554SV), 47″ (XVT3D474SV) and 42″ (XVT3D424SV) screen sizes for $2,399, $1,799 and $1,399 respectively while the Blu-ray 3D players (VBR333, VBR334) are [...]
Yamaha Electronics Corporation announced its “67″ series RX-V867 A/V receiver. According to the statement, the RX-V867 ($899.95) joins four other models (RX-V367 $249.95, RX-V467 $379.95, RX-V567 $479.95, RX-V667 $599.95) and offers simultaneous dual HDMI outputs, network capabilities, as well as 3D video and the latest HD Audio support.
Integra announced two 9.2-channel, THX Ultra2 Plus certified, 3D-ready network audio-video receivers designed for custom installation – the DTR-80.2 ($2,800) and DTR-70.2 ($2,000).
Integra announced two THX Ultra 2 Plus certified, 3D-ready, network audio/video preamplifier processors designed for custom installation – the DHC-80.2 ($2,300) and DHC-40.2 ($1,200).
Integra announced two 3D-ready, 7.2-channel, THX Select 2 Plus certified, network audio/video receivers designed for custom installation – the DTR-50.2 ($1,400) and DTR-40.2 ($1,000).
Onkyo announced that it is expanding its product line to include upscale THX-Certified separate components. According to the statement, this debut includes a new $2,199 top-of-the-line 3D-Ready 9.2-channel AV preamp/processor (PR-SC5508), a $1,699 companion 9 x 150W power amplifier (PA-MC5500) and a $599 premium Blu-ray Disc player (BD-SP808).