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Home > News > Industry News > From MicroLED walls to subwoofer towers - the coolest tech shown at CEDIA 2023

From MicroLED walls to subwoofer towers - the coolest tech shown at CEDIA 2023

techradar. 2023-09-12 08:49:18

From MicroLED walls to subwoofer towers - the coolest tech shown at CEDIA 2023


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CEDIA Expo wrapped up this weekend, and as usual the custom installation industry’s annual trade show was packed with jaw-dropping home theater demos using the best 4K projectors and the best Dolby Atmos speaker systems, among many other envelope-pushing products and technologies.

I’ve regularly attended CEDIA Expo over the past two decades, and although I wasn't there live this year, I’ve been keeping a keen eye on news emerging from the show.

To get in the CEDIA spirit, TechRadar just ran a Home Theater Week series of custom installation and home cinema-related posts covering everything from projection screens, AV receivers, and subwoofers to the Kaleidescape media server system that powered many of the demos conducted at CEDIA.

There’s no substitute for experiencing the best AV gear the industry has to offer in-person – in a comfortable theater-style seat, of course – but these seven products that made their debut at CEDIA 2023 are ones that captured my attention, and most certainly the attention of the many attendees who filed through the massive halls of the Denver Convention Center.

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Hisense 100-inch U8K mini-LED TV
When we reviewed the Hisense U8K mini-LED TV, we found that it delivers both the high brightness sports fans crave and the deep black shadows movie fans love; and does so at an incredibly competitive price. The new 100-inch U8K model that the company launched at CEDIA undoubtedly makes the 65-inch version we tested seem miniscule in comparison, but its arrival comes as no surprise given the recent arrival of 98-inch mini-LED TVs from the likes of TCL and Samsung.

What does the new 100-incher have that makes it special, aside from size? The specs are similar to the U8K model we tested, with 1,500-plus nits peak brightness, 1,600 local dimming zones, Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10+ high dynamic range, Google TV, and a built-in ATSC 3.0 tuner and 2.1.2 Dolby Atmos speaker system. It also supports 144hz VRR, FreeSync Premium, ALLM, and Dolby Vision Gaming.

What really makes the new addition to the U8K series stand out is its price: $9,999, which is incredibly cheap for a 100-inch 4K mini-LED TV. The Hisense 100-inch U8K will be available this fall in the US, according to the company. 

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