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Samsung Debuts ‘The Wall Luxury’ in Southeast Asia

Samsung this week announced the availability of The Wall Luxury in Southeast Asia for the first time with Singapore selected as the region's launch country.

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Tokyo International Audio Show is all go

The Tokyo International Audio Show (TIAS) is on again from November 22nd to 24th 2019 at the Tokyo International Forum.

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BenQ announces W2700 and W5700 4K Projectors

During a launch event held this week in Australia at Golden Age Cinema and Bar, BenQ announced pricing and availability of its new W2700 and W5700 4K projectors.

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BLUSTREAM ANNOUNCES OPTICAL COPPER HDMI CABLES

Retro-fitting HDMI cables has never been an easy task but thanks to Blustream's new Optical Copper HDMI cables, the task is set to become a lot easier.

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DOLBY ATMOS LANDS ON APPLE TV 4K THIS OCTOBER

In welcome news for AV enthusiasts, with the release of tvOS 12 the Apple TV 4K will be the only streaming box on the market to support both Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos.

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OPPO DIGITAL CEASES MANUFACTURING

OPPO Digital, manufacturers of arguably the most popular DVD and Blu-ray players, and more recently an outstanding range of Head-Fi products have announced it will cease manufacturing.

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OPTOMA ANNOUNCE HD27E PROJECTOR

Projector prices have been plunging for about a decade, but the feature and quality count continues to rise. Optoma's new HD27e is no exception and will be available soon in New Zealand.

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NO LOCAL HIFI SHOW JUST YET, BUT MELBOURNE 2018 IS GO!

StereoNET, Australia's and now New Zealand's leading HiFi and Home Theatre publication is pleased to announce the 2018 International HiFi Show's return to Melbourne, Australia, October 12th - 14th.

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MITSUBISHI’S 200” SCREEN!

You know how TV screens are usually measured in inches, such as 14 or 22 inches, and give good viewing pleasure. Well imagine what it would be like to view a 200 inch screen! In case that’s hard to picture, the screen is 13 feet by 10 feet.

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