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WORLD-FIRST 250” 44 SPEAKER GAMING EXPERIENCE WITH KRIX

Have you ever experienced gaming on a 250" screen? What about 44 speakers of immersive sound? Neither have we! But at this year's Melbourne International Hi-Fi Show, October 12-14 you'll have the chance.

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LG SHOWS NEW 8K OLED TV AT IFA BERLIN 2018

As the world's audio-visual and tech brands descend on Berlin for IFA 2018, Europe's equivalent of the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, LG has announced it will present its 88-inch 8K OLED TV.

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LG’S NEW MONITOR IS DESIGNED FOR THE GAMING EXPERIENCE

LG Electronics will demonstrate its gaming chops with new UltraGear monitors at the IFA 2018 Show in Berlin.

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FOXTEL SCRAMBLE TO ADD NEW VIEWERS WITH 4K SATELLITE CHANNEL

Foxtel introduces the new 4K IQ4 Box, but it's satellite only, content maybe limited and worse, it may even be upscaled.

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KOGAN SMASHES OLED TV PRICES

Kogan has offered an incredibly competitive price on its 55-inch OLED Smart 4K HDR TV, but you might be better buying a 2017 LG or Panasonic OLED TV.

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KOGAN RELEASES FOUR CHEAP SMART TVS

Kogan knows how to move truckloads of tellys in triple quick time. The latest offering of four new smart TVs follows the brand’s sales agenda to a tee.

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LG LAUNCHES 2018 OLED SCREEN RANGE

LG Electronics Australia today unveiled its hotly anticipated, 2018 OLED Screen line-up. Featuring its most advanced OLED models yet, the range of screens will be making their way into Australian retailers from mid-April.

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4K FREE TO AIR TV BROADCAST TRIALS START IN SYDNEY

Free TV and Broadcast Australia have just announced trials of the next generation for broadcast technology. The centrepiece of the tests will be spanking new DVB-T2 technologies and new compression algorithms that could give Australian viewers 4K TV.

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VODAFONE TV TAKES ON OPTUS, FETCH AND TELSTRA TV

Consumers have taken to streaming movies like ducks do to water, and this is why Vodaphone is forging a partnership with movie service provider Netflix with its new Vodafone TV.

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OCEANS 3D AT IMAX: WIN FREE TICKETS

From the creators of Blue Planet and Blue Planet 2 comes the breathtaking and fully immersive giant-screen documentary film OCEANS 3D: OUR BLUE PLANET, narrated by Kate Winslet and scored by Hans Zimmer.

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WILL LG OLED TVS RULE 2018 AS THEY DID LAST YEAR?

2017 was the year that LG took significant market share away from Samsung, and this is likely to continue in 2018 as LG’s OLED TVs becomes more affordable.

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ON SALE: MAD MAX FURY ROAD 4K BLURAY FOR $2

If you have a 4K Ultra-HD Bluray Player or you are saving up for one, run to your nearest EB games and snag a bargain.

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TOSHIBA’S NEW 32” TV IS SMART AND AN EVEN SMARTER BUY

GadgetNET is as good as its word. Which is why we’re bringing this new Toshiba Series L47 32-inch Smart TV to our loyal readers' attention.

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THE EMERGING HDR FORMAT WAR

Unlike the 3D feature that turned out to be superfluous on TVs, HDR (High Dynamic Range) is proving to be a useful technology.

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BENQ’S NEW 27.9” 4K UHD HDR10 MONITOR FOR GAMERS

BenQ's new EL2870U is the brand's first 4K UHD monitor with 1ms response time specifically for Home Entertainment.

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SAMSUNG UNVEILS 146” MICROLED MODULAR TV

This week in Las Vegas Samsung has used the Consumer Electronics Show to debut the world's first consumer modular MicroLED 146" TV.

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HISENSE TO ADD OLED TV TO ITS AUSTRALIAN RANGE

Hisense has been so busy with its ULED 4K TVs, it has barely given a thought to OLED sets. Or so it seemed to industry observers. They were wrong.

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