Tag: analogue

Don’t Be Duped Into Buying Expensive HDMI Cables

I saw a link to this Gizmodo article on Facebook (with a nod to Tony Butcher 😉 and thought this was worth a mention. If you find yourself buying some new AV equipment like a television, a Blu-ray player, a home theatre system or anything that might have an HDMI port on it this will …

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Panasonic DMR-BWT800 Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Recorder Launch

The 2011 Panasonic Blu-ray DVD Recorder Range

Tonight, I attended a launch event with a number of the Insider Crew for the Panasonic DMR-BWT800 Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Recorder (henceforth called “the recorder”) at Panasonic HQ in Macquarie Park. This was the first time that we had a go at live streaming the event so that Insiders who weren’t lucky enough …

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Panasonic Viera Plasma 3DTV Preview

In the follow up to yesterday’s video unboxing the Panasonic Viera 50″ Plasma 3DTV (TH-P50VT20A) I also recorded an initial preview of the unit to show the various interfaces that can be found on the television such as the various sockets, buttons, vents and mounting points. Importantly, I also cover the pedestal is fastened (if …

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The Beginning of the End for Analogue TV

Whilst for many analogue television will still work for a while, analogue television services were switched off in Mildura (in regional Victoria). This will eventually see existing wireless spectrum released back to ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) as a “digital dividend” given that digital television services are already up and running. It is envisaged that this …

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