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Personal Television and Theater Amplifier

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2010

Getting older sucks. Or so I’ve heard. You don’t have the energy you used to, you can’t stay up as late and sooner or later your hearing is bound to go too. So there’s no shame in amplifying the volume when you need to. Problem is, it makes things loud for those around you.

The Personal Television and Theater Amplifier from Hammacher can help. It amplifies sound from a television, radio, or theater by up to 50 decibels. The device also has a directional microphone that amplifies high and low frequency sounds to produce rich, easy-to-hear tones.

LEGO movie theater with working projector

Posted in Home Theater by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2009

LEGO movie theater with working projectorThis tiny LEGO movie theater is awesome. It actually features a working, very tiny movie projector. The projector works at 24 fps, so it may not be good picture quality, but Lego minifigs have a different eyesight than you have. It’s nicely detailed. Even the seats are numbered. Make sure you check out the video below.

The builder, Ricardo M. Oliv, did an awesome job. Now all he needs is full length movies and he can sell tickets to other geeks who can sit their minifigs in the seats with a miniature popcorn and soda.

Cinemin mini-projectors turn your iPhone into a portable theater

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2009

WowWee diversifies at CES: Cinemin pico PJ, new Alive Cubs and moreLast week we told you about some of WowWee’s new products. Much to our surprise that included non-robot items. Like these Cinemin mini-projectors.

They’re all designed to support your iPod or iPhone. The projector product line includes the Cinemin Swivel for $299, which features an adjustable 90-degree hinge for ceiling projection, the Cinemin Stick for handheld projections, for $349, and the Cinemin Station at $399, a base station of sorts that allows you to dock your iPod/iPhone and features embedded speakers. This entire line of projectors connect to all the iPods and most laptops.

Philips flat micro theater has style

Posted in Philips by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2008

Philips flat micro theater has style
The Philips MCD299 will cost you just $348, which is a bargain. This thing has style oozing from every inch of it’s surface. It’s got a four-disc changer for uninterrupted music and DVD movie playback, a motorized sliding door, and Moto Razr-type metallic buttons.

JPEG, MP3, and WMA via CD or USB. Plus it has a 140-watt digital amplifier driving a pair of flat-panel speakers with bass-centric subwoofer. For the price you get an awesome looking theater. While it may not have everything, you won’t grow tired of it’s looking at it.

Star trekking from your armchair

Posted in Home Theater,Sci-Fi by Chetz on November 20th, 2007

star_trek_movie_theater.jpgThe next logical step once you have a home theater room is to find a way to make it truly unique. Some people do that by having it look like the interior of a real movie theater while others are more interested in turning it into a luxury den. But one home owner in Palm Beach County, FL took their love of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” to its fullest and transformed their home theater into the bridge of the USS Enterprise-D. Geeky? Yes. Something that you are envious of? That too.

The entire Star Trek rec area measuring 70 feet by 22 feet and is actually three rooms: the viewing room, a bar and a lounge area with its own life-sized Robby the Robot model. This Star Trek nerd heaven took six months to build from start to finish and uses one of the largest Kaleidescape …