Universal Remotes: It’s the Little Things that Count

Are you tired of playing “find the remote” every night — and worse, you finally find one only to discover it’s the wrong one? If you’re pretty tech savvy, you probably gave up the whole “one remote for each device” with your Nintendo 64 game system. But maybe not. And as you upgrade home theatre…

Samsung’s New Clear Display Can Run on Solar Power

Samsung will be hauling home quite a collection of International CES 2012 Innovation Awards in a variety of product categories, from laptops to hard drives, tablets to cell phones and (our favorites) home theater and pro video gear. Award-winning Samsung Flat Screen Samsung has earned its reputation as an innovator in the field of flat…

Network or Not-work?

As if you didn’t already live your life from your phone, now you can control your home theater or commercial audio and video systems from your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch, or your Android smartphone, too. Earlier this year, Crestron Control Systems announced compatibility with Apple and Android-based devices. Anywhere you are, at any time…

Christie Micro HD Tiles Add Flexibility to Video Projection

We recently attended the ALmo e4 exhibit in New York City, and got a sneak peek and some of the latest technology we can use in New York hospitality venues, restaurants, sports bars and more to continue raising the bar on the audio video experience across Staten Island and the New York tri-state area. One…

Still Skeptical About the Future of 3D

More than a year ago, JD Pro’s Jonathan Joyce was live on Blog Talk Radio’s Technical Tidbits talking about (among many other things) the future of 3D in homes, sports bars, clubs and restaurants. We basically said the future of 3D just isn’t that bright. And we still feel that way. This year’s CES and…