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Old 07-24-2018, 11:44 PM
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Wealth of Forged to jolt WCES

LAS VEGAS--Despite a gloomy market, the Consumer Electronics Show this week guarantees that the jolt of new product introductions, directed by next generation house sound recorders, high-tech mobile telephones, wide-screen TVs and advanced/integrated mobile units.

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Every one of those technologies, maybe reflecting the potential of the company, will be exhibited by means of a variety of vendors on the show ground, and many start shipping this season.

Philips, Technics, Sanyo, Tandy and Denon will try to create Digital Compact Cassette that the buzzword of the series since they demonstrate a number of their very first working prototypes of their new electronic home audio recorders and players compatible with existing analog cassettes.

A bunch of home, mobile and car components, and clean tape as well as prerecorded applications, will likely be previewed to whet dealer appetites for full scale launch in the summer's end.

Even though a variety of units are anticipated, almost all are predicted to possess standard roles an alphanumeric readout of record title and choice, auto reverse (because DCC performs on a single side), and speedy access.

Home theater will lay claim to a healthy share of show-goer curiosity as wide-screen TVs, fresh laserdisc players (such as a laser recorder) and a brand new production of Dolby ProLogic audiovideo recipients make their introduction.

The newest A-V recipients will be directed by innovative units with higher-power ratings and also the capability to decipher only in the digital domain names from such manufacturers as Onkyo.

The movie class is forecast to hold previews of a few innovative televisions and new openings for camcorders and video-cassette recorders to draw some attention.

The collection, which will be marketed under the Proscan manufacturer, if combine similar components from JVC Corp. of America, Philips Consumer Electronics Co. and Sharp Electronics Corp in the show.

Many companies, such as Toshiba America Consumer Products Inc. and Samsung Electronics America Inc., will fill in lines with added collections, while Goldstar Electronics International Inc. intends to demonstrate that a four-inch LCD TV/VCR since the very first of what's anticipated for a line of goods.


Zenith Electronics Corp., that entered the huge screen group in 1991, is predicted to get some developments to a lineup that ranges from 32 to 51 inches.

Back in LCD projectors, Sharp will demonstrate a third unit in its own Sharp Vision lineup, version XV-S250U, which comes with a 20-inch to 150-inch zoom. Sony Corp. was also expected to get its first entrance in the LCD projector marketplace, a two-piece unit.

In camcorders, Mitsubishi International Corp. and Panasonic Co. go the record concerning volume of fresh products. Mitsubishi will present three VHS-C units, re-entering a class it dropped from following a first introduction a couple of decades back. Panasonic will bring eight SKUs into the series, including many developments to the Palmcorder line.

Sharp is expected to underline the 8mm double lens camcorder it showed in November 1, and Canon is going to get an addition to its ultra compact show, the UC20. Sanyo Fisher Corp. and Sunpak will also be hope to present new item.

Video-cassette recorder introductions were anticipated to be led up by Toshiba, which had been to unveil its original VCR featuring built-in VCR Plus programming programming. JVC was also expected to declare that it had signed a licensing deal with Gemstar Development Corp. to deliver the VCR Plus technologies into a VCRs.

In audio, compact disk players are moving into still another production , with the debut of the very first 6-disc carousel components (out of Onkyo), and broader incorporation of late-generation 1-bit D/A converter technologies.

Another first in music in the series would be Philips' digital speaker system, a market first previewed previous year. The units include digital crossover, electronic phase compensation, electronic frequency curve and multi-room capacity with remote accessibility at every bunch of speakers. The components link direct to electronic sources like CD players.

The mobile electronics industry, anticipated to see fervent action at this CES, will be closely observing these firsts as a mobile phone incorporated into an automobile stereo headunit, the very first digital/analog hybrid telephones, new and cheaper digital signal processors and a slew of mainline firms offering detachable face headunits--a few, such as Panasonic and Sony, for the very first time.

Furthermore, CD pricing along with also the future of DCC is determined by the suggestion of a tongue as speculation grows that Pioneer and Sony might be going to fall CD pricing, even if they have not already, and also the industry waits for its full-scale adoption of DCC, that appears to be impending.

Add-on parts will even garner attetnions since the digital-car trend brings speakers, crossovers and amplifiers into the forefront, a tendency HFD noted this past year currently.

To fulfill those increasing sales requirements, companies such as JBL will demonstrate a massive field of best car speakers 2019*and amplifiers. JBL executives claim they're shifting their advertising abilities toward promoting more merchandise to an evershrinking seller base.

In home office phones, 900 MHz is the catchword, together with two big providers displaying the business first group of Federal Communications Commission accepted 900 MHz cordless phones.

These telephones, which guarantee better reception, caller safety and more walking distances in the bottom, also arrive with tighter cost tags. V-TECH's Tropez includes a $349 proposed retail cost while Panasonic is charging $499.95 cost because of its KX-T9000.

In facsimile, the action is anticipated to be predominantly in the high end, with various vendors promising to unveil laser jet plain paper fax components.

Handheld reference apparatus providers will keep active at this particular show.

The big news is that the 2 Wizards are smaller compared to their predecessors at the 7000 series nevertheless keep a QWERTY keyboard and 16 by 6 line screen.

Everyone that's anyone will have new private computers. What's going to be of specific interest are quicker 386SX-based versions. Most providers forecast that 20MHz 386SX systems will probably be dominant by midyear.

Multimedia PCs needs to be in prosperity, since a range of programs were introduced before the series from Philips, Tandy, Major Tech and many others.

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Old 07-25-2018, 09:35 AM
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Hello...and to the forum!

Since you are a new member, a short introduction would be nice. What is your drumming background? How about your interest in Premier? Where are you located? It's tough for any of us to offer up anything when we don't know who we are dealing with.

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