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It may come off like a buzzword, or even a short-term fad, but VR, or virtual reality, looks like it’s going to stick around...

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Promotional issue of Toronto HiFi (August 2003), the first issue of CANADA HiFi (Nov/Dec 2005) and prototype NOVO cover. A Brief Story About Toronto HiFi,...

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When Ultra High Definition TVs began hitting store shelves a few years ago, manufacturers referred to them as 4K TVs.  More recently however there...

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If you are old enough to remember the days when anything over 21 inches was considered to be a big screen TV, then you...

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Let’s assume that you have been a good little boy or girl over most of your history. And we are not talking just good,...

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Buying a new television, despite the myriad of specifications, technologies, resolutions, and other factors, doesn’t have to be a bewildering quest. With the shuttering...

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Editor's note: this article was originally published in the June/July 2014 print edition of CANADA HiFi. Hundreds of millions of people around the world have...

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On March 25th, 1925, when Scottish inventor John Logie Baird gave the first public demonstration of televised silhouette images in motion at Selfridge’s Department...

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HDTVs are an integral part of many consumers’ homes and with the recent switch to digital over-the-air broadcasting in Canada, back in September of...

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The home theatre is a focal point in many homes.  It’s a place where friends and family congregate to watch the latest blockbuster movies,...