Like the Dune HD Media Player, Sharp has collaborated with Control4 to get the XV-Z30000 home theatre Control4 certified. Originally launched at this year’s CES, the XV-Z30000 is part of Sharp’s high-definition DLP home projectors. Custom installers can now integrate the XV-Z3000 with control4’s home automation systems with less hassle knowing that it has past compatibility testing.
DTS and Sharp are partner to integrated DTS high-definition audio technology into Sharp’s new line network-connected televisions. The partnership makes Sharp licensee incorporated DTS 2.0 Channel and DTS 2.0 + Digital Out in televisions, making them capable of delivering superb surround sound and stereo playback.
Screen Dreams has launched its first paid TV application for the Yahoo! Connected TV platform. Screen Dreams specialises in developing Wallpapers, Galleries and Screensavers for flat-panel, HDTVs and DVD players. The new application is to allow users of the Yahoo! Connected TVs to access and stream to their devices well known art works, photography and their own Fireplace and Aquarium videos.
If you had visited the Sharp Electronics booth at this year’s CEDIA show, then you would have been introduced to some of Sharp Electronics’ latest in AQUOS LCD TVs technology. The home entertainment specialist introduced some premium quality large-screen AQUOS® LCD TVs at value price points and demonstrated a full line of LED-backlit LCD TVs that provide excellent picture quality and ultra-low energy consumption.
Aimed squarely at making the TV a simple, interactive hub of the digital home media network, the Digital Interactive Interface for Video & Audio™ (DiiVA™) consortium today announced availability of the DiiVA 1.0 specification.