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Convert your old Super 8 movies to digital video

on Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
Posted in: Camera Gear, News

Super 8 movie cameras and players are going the way of the dinosaur, if they haven’t already gone.  The time is now to convert that pile of movies that you or your parents have laying around.  With the Super 8 to Digital Video Converter, you can convert them yourself, without having to search for aRead More…


Sherwood S-9 3D Sound Bar System review

on Monday, May 6th, 2013

The S-9 SD Sound Bar System from Sherwood is a full featured, multipurpose sound bar that aims to provide rich “surround” sound for small to medium sized rooms. It supports a wide range of input devices (3 HDMI, one optical, and one stereo analog input, 1 HDMI out, Bluetooth, FM radio, and USB for MP3 andRead More…


micca EP600 Network Digital Media Player Review

on Sunday, January 8th, 2012

Another day, another media player.  Is it me or what?  Now micca has a new entry in the plethora of players available, the EP600 Premium Full-HD media player. This networked player is supposed to play all your media files on your HD TV from connected storage devices and streams from devices on your LAN.  We’ll give it aRead More…


Come to the Dark Side – We Play CDs

on Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Playing CDs never seemed so dangerous as when Darth Vader plays them for you.  Hammacher Schlemmer offers this Darth Vader CD Player – just lift his helmet to insert a CD.  There’s also an AM/FM radio with telescopic antenna.  A digital display and buttons on the base let you tune in a radio station orRead More…


Vuzix Wrap 920 – One step closer to VR?

on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Remember those virtual reality headsets that Hollywood teased us with for years?  Looks like Vuzix may have taken a step or two closer to making them a true reality.  Feast thine eyes (pun intended) upon the Vuzix Wrap 920.   Touted by Vuzix as the “world’s most advanced sunglass-style video eyewear”, it projects video from anyRead More…


HDTV Receiver for your Computer

on Sunday, February 14th, 2010

You can receive and record local HDTV broadcasts on your PC using the USB digital tuner from Hammacher Schlemmer.  It comes with an antenna, and the ATSC tuner (the same as the ones used in full-sized HD televisions) supports up to 1920 X 1080 resolution.    You can also receive and record FM stations.  The included softwareRead More…


Elecom Sundries PlayBrick Stereo Earphones

on Sunday, January 31st, 2010

AudioCubes has some cute, Lego-inspired earbuds they say “block the unwanted noise from interfering with your music”.  These in-ear buds come with XS, S, M, and L ear pieces for a perfect fit.   The PlayBrick earphones have a 3.5 mm stereo mini-plug.  The 9.5 mm diameter drivers reproduce frequencies in the 20 Hz to 20,000Read More…


Protect Your Child’s Hearing with Ultimate Ears’ LoudEnough Earbuds

on Friday, January 15th, 2010

It seems like most everyone, even young children, have portable mp3 players of some sort.  The big concern with the in-ear buds that come with most of these players is hearing damage.  Ultimate Ears is making a line of earbuds for children that can help prevent hearing damage.  The LoudEnough earbuds uses an “energy dissipatingRead More…


Convert Your Old Vinyl Albums to CDs with the Crosley Songwriter

on Friday, January 8th, 2010

If you have a lot of old cassette tapes, vinyl albums, 45s, and even 78s, you’ve probably had some sticker shock realizing how much it would cost on iTunes to convert all that music to digital files – if the songs are even available.  The Crosley Songwriter is a nostalgic-looking media player that can playbackRead More…


iRecord Allows You to Record Audio/Video Content Directly to an iPod

on Sunday, January 3rd, 2010

The iRecord automatically converts any incoming analog audio or video signal into mp3 (audio) or mpeg4 (video) and saves it directly to a connected iPod or to a USB flash drive or USB hard drive.  They claim that any input device that can be connected using the included RCA and S-video cables can be used withRead More…


Cinemin Swivel Multi-Media Projector by WowWee

on Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

The Cinemin Swivel by WowWee is a small, multimedia projector.  It uses TI’s DLP technology to project a clear 60″ image from eight feet away, or it can fill the wall, floor-to-ceiling, in a typical room.  The Cinemin connects to a variety of “personal media players”, including the iPod, iPhone, Flip Video, PSP, digital cameras, portable DVD players,Read More…


Bring your old vinyl albums and cassette tapes into the 21st century with ion U RECORD

on Friday, December 4th, 2009

If you are my age (erm… 29 and holding!!!), you probably have a bunch of old LPs and cassette tapes that hold music that means a lot to you.  Some of it may not even be available on iTunes or even on a cd.  If you’d like to have this music in mp3 format, check outRead More…