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SV  |  Oct 05, 2018  |  0 comments
Shop Sound&Vision has announced a Columbus Day Sale page with deals on AV gear ranging from TVs and AV receivers to speakers, headphones, subwoofers, and more.
SV  |  Aug 20, 2018  |  0 comments
As the 2018 fall school season gets underway, Back to School sales are popping up everywhere, promoting discounts on everything from socks to headphones. The folks at Shop Sound & Vision alerted us that they have created a Back to School Deals page to help students get back in the groove. Here’s a snapshot of a few bargains that might be worth a look.
SV  |  Jul 18, 2018  |  1 comments
Ambient-light-rejecting (ALR) projection screens that picture contrast in spaces that can’t be completely darkened continue to grow in popularity thanks to recent advances in performance and declining prices.
SV  |  Jul 03, 2018  |  0 comments
The folks at Shop Sound&Vision are celebrating Independence Day with their own brand of fireworks. Hundreds of consumer electronics products have been discounted for the holiday...
SV  |  Jul 26, 2017  |  1 comments
This guest technical primer was submitted by Dave Rodgers, marketing manager for Elite Screens Inc. and a 20-year professional in the audio/video and wireless communications industries.

You might be surprised to learn that there is more to contrast than just black and white. The intensity of color matters just as much. While the topic of black-white level has been explained in all its glorious intricacy by the best minds in the AV world, I prefer a more basic approach — one that makes sense to someone who doesn’t know lux from lumens.

SV  |  Sep 08, 2016  |  1 comments
Ambient light allows us to see the world. From the moment of our first breath to our final sigh, the waking hours of our lives are bathed in ambient light. Think of your best days under the sun; the warm rustic glow of candles and firesides, or the countless light bulbs that have illuminated your path through all these years. Of all the phenomena in this great universe, it has contributed so much to the quality of our lives. That is, unless you are trying to get a good picture on any large video display—then it is just too darn bright. Once again, the old adage proves correct that “you can have too much of a good thing.”
SV  |  Aug 30, 2016  |  0 comments
In recent years, the music and consumer electronics industries have collaborated to lead a resurgence of interest in high-resolution audio. The movement is a reaction to the perceived loss of appreciation for recording-quality music resulting from the widespread adoption of compressed digital music formats (MP3, AAC, WMA) developed for digital download, players, and sharing services.
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