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Bose Releases Four New Products

This morning, Bose® unveiled four new products. All of these products are available for purchase today at Your Electronic Warehouse. Bose® SoundLink® On-Ear Bluetooth® Headphones are the first on-ear Bluetooth® headphones from Bose®. At only 5.5 ounces, these wireless headphones travel well and the rechargeable battery is good for up to 15 hours of premium listening. A 15-minute quick charge can get you an additional 2 hours! The headphones contain two microphones so it can be used as a Bluetooth® headset for making phone calls as well. The two-microphone system limits noise from wind and other ambient noises so that the person on the other end of the line hears you as clearly as you can hear them. And Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology "automatically changes volume based on speech level and ambient noise, letting you move from a quiet building to a busy street without missing a word." Bose® SoundDock® XT Speaker is the newest addition to the SoundDock® line up and includes support for docking iPods and iPhones with Lightning connectors (including the recently announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus). The SoundDock® XT comes in Yellow and Dark Grey. Bose® Solo 15 TV Sound System is a one-piece sounds system designed to fit beneath an HDTV up to approximately 46". The system includes a programmable universal remote but Bose® says you won't be forced to constantly adjust the volume because of the clear sound and proprietary technology that went into the system. A small knob on the back of the device allows a user to set the bass level as well. Bose® CineMate® 15 Home Theater Speaker System provides a new entry into the Bose® sound bar home theater line up. The 12-inch wide sound bar connects directly to a TV and the bass delivering Acoustimass® module can be placed up to 3 meters away. This two piece home theater system delivers room-filling sound without sacrificing quality or clarity. The system also includes a programmable universal remote. Click any of the product names above to see the full product page on YEW. Additional images can be seen on our Facebook Page. Check back with YEW for more product announcements from Bose in the coming weeks.

Bose Releases Four New Products

This morning, Bose® unveiled four new products. All of these products are available for purchase today at Your Electronic Warehouse. Bose® SoundLink® On-Ear Bluetooth® Headphones are the first on-ear Bluetooth® headphones from Bose®. At only 5.5 ounces, these wireless headphones travel well and the rechargeable battery is good for up to 15 hours of premium listening. A 15-minute quick charge can get you an additional 2 hours! The headphones contain two microphones so it can be used as a Bluetooth® headset for making phone calls as well. The two-microphone system limits noise from wind and other ambient noises so that the person on the other end of the line hears you as clearly as you can hear them. And Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology "automatically changes volume based on speech level and ambient noise, letting you move from a quiet building to a busy street without missing a word." Bose® SoundDock® XT Speaker is the newest addition to the SoundDock® line up and includes support for docking iPods and iPhones with Lightning connectors (including the recently announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus). The SoundDock® XT comes in Yellow and Dark Grey. Bose® Solo 15 TV Sound System is a one-piece sounds system designed to fit beneath an HDTV up to approximately 46". The system includes a programmable universal remote but Bose® says you won't be forced to constantly adjust the volume because of the clear sound and proprietary technology that went into the system. A small knob on the back of the device allows a user to set the bass level as well. Bose® CineMate® 15 Home Theater Speaker System provides a new entry into the Bose® sound bar home theater line up. The 12-inch wide sound bar connects directly to a TV and the bass delivering Acoustimass® module can be placed up to 3 meters away. This two piece home theater system delivers room-filling sound without sacrificing quality or clarity. The system also includes a programmable universal remote. Click any of the product names above to see the full product page on YEW. Additional images can be seen on our Facebook Page. Check back with YEW for more product announcements from Bose in the coming weeks.

New Yamaha AVENTAGE Receivers

The new home theater receiver line called "AVENTAGE" (pronounced Ah-Ven-Taj) was recently announced by Yamaha and will be shipping in August and September. The lineup of five 7.2 receivers includes the RX-A700, RX-A800, RX-A1000, RX-A2000 and RX-A3000. The new receivers are the result of a meticulous design process focused of refining, re-engineering and ultimately creating new receivers from the ground-up. Nothing was overlooked: circuitry, construction, custom components, reproduction qualities and even eco-friendly power consumption. The receivers all feature 3D compatible v1.4 HDMI , Bluetooth and iPhone support, HD audio decoding and multi-zone output for audio and video. Keep reading to learn more! The AVENTAGE difference Double bottom construction: additional support for power transformer and heat sinks, and also adds rigidity to help improve overall performance Optimized power amplifier layout: symmetrical layout improves signal-to-noise (S-N) ratio with uniform balanced vibration and control for a better sound experience Specially designed 5th foot: the anti-resonance technology (A.R.T. Wedge) improves structural rigidity and reduces vibration Ultra-low jitter circuitry: jitter from digital sources, including HDMI, are reduced using a more precise timing control Hybrid power supply: the analog and digital circuit have their own power supplies, which means less consumption in standby mode and a more efficient power transformer H-shaped cross-member frame: internal bracing reduces vibration and adds support for the transformer and heat skinks High-quality DACs: the path from ground to DAC is no longer shared, so a direct connection is achieved Zip ties to ground: minimize magnetic interference and reduces unwanted radio frequency interference Yamaha built: receivers are designed, manufactured and assembled in Yamaha-owned facilities and come with a 3-year warranty Custom designed parts: standard components produce standard performance, but custom parts produce incredible performance High grade terminals: heavier grade materials and wider spacing make cable connections easier and more secure Best in class processors: Cinema DSP processors, Dolby Digital TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, HQV Vida video processor Enhanced virtual presence: re-creation of 3D sound locations and directions from simple speaker configurations Yamaha automated calibration: Yamaha Parametric Acoustic Optimizer is a simple, automatic way to optimize the sound for your room 3rd party control: interoperable with home control manufacturers Web control: compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari web browsers Control app: for iPhone/iPod Touch provides control over select AVENTAGE model receivers Compare AVENTAGE Features/Specifications Receiver RX-A700 RX-A800 RX-A1000 RX-A2000 RX-A3000 Power  (watts) 630 665 735 910 980 HDMI v1.4  (3D, audio return) 7 8 10 10 10 Bluetooth compatible yes yes yes yes yes iPhone/iPod compatible yes yes yes yes yes HD audio (dolby/dts) yes yes yes yes yes Ethernet port no no yes yes yes 7.2 channels yes yes yes yes yes Front USB no no yes yes yes D/A conversion 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit Multizone yes, 2 yes, 2 yes, 3 yes, 3 yes, 4 IR and RS-232C yes yes yes yes yes YPAO calibration yes yes yes yes yes Surround programs 17 17 17 17 17

How to get the most out of your HDTV Part 2: Connecting Your HD System

Now that you know what components and connections to use for your High Definition System you need to know how to properly connect everything to your home theater system . This is a very crucial part of the process because a wrong connection can cause you a problem that you may mistake as a flaw in the component itself. Connecting HD components to a TV or home theater system is not as complicated as many people think. Inputs can look intimidating but are actually very easy to figure out once you know what they are used for. There are so many different options you can choose in order to connect HD components and I obviously can't go over all of them, that would take forever. To make things easier I will go over the most commonly used approach which is through a home theater system consisting of a TV , Receiver and whatever components you are connecting to the receiver. If you are hooking components straight into your TV without a home theater system simply cut out the steps that involve the receiver and go straight to the TV. Set Up Your Home Theater System First Before you start connecting all of your components to your receiver or TV, make sure you have the basics down first. Set up all your speakers in the position you want them, connect them to the receiver , make sure your TV is plugged in and get all your components arranged in your cabinet or stand and plug them all in. Make sure again that all of your components and cables are the correct ones for your system. Once you have the basics down everything from here on out should be fairly easy. Connect your Receiver to Your TV Connect your HDMI Cables and/or Component Video Cables from the HDMI and Component Video Outputs on your Reciever to the proper Inputs on your TV. This is very important, the signal must be passed from your component to the receiver and then to the TV or you won't have a picture. Connecting with HDMI This is probably the easiest connection you will ever have to make since it only involves one cable. There are many different components that are HDMI compatible: Blu-Ray Disc Players , HD DVD Players, DVD Players and Cable/Sattelite Boxes just to name a few. An HDMI connection requires a single plug-in from your component to your receiver or TV. If you are hooking up a Blu-Ray Disc Player or similar component, simply connect the HDMI cable from the output on your Blu-Ray to one of the HDMI inputs on your receiver. If you are connecting a high definition cable box/satellite receiver you will need to connect your cable wire from the wall to the input jack on your cable/satellite box, then connect the HDMI cable from the output on your cable/satellite box to an HDMI input on your TV or receiver. The TV or Receiver will usually have an HDMI input designated for Cable/Satellite use. Connecting with HDMI is quite a simple process and should work no problem considering you connected your receiver to your TV like I talked about in the step above. Don't celebrate just yet though, you might not be totally done. Most components and some receivers require you to go to the systems menu and change the connection type manually to a component video or HDMI connection depending on what it is connected with. Make sure that you check to see if your components require you to do this. If you don't you may see a picture in a purple hazy color or no picture at all until you change the settings. Connecting with Component Video Although there are a few more connections you have to make, component video is not very hard to connect. Lets say you decide to connect your cable/satellite box and an Up-Conversion DVD player with component video. The cable/satellite box will be almost the same as the HDMI setup but with a few more connections. First connect the Component Video cable from your cable/satellite box to your receiver (make sure you match up the red, green and blue cables with the proper inputs). Then make sure that you also make an audio connection. Hopefully you inspected your cable/satellite box to see what kinds of audio connections that it has. If you have a digital audio connection I suggest using a Fiber Optic Cable or a Digital Coax Cable because they carry a cleaner digital signal, but if they aren't available Analog Audio works just fine. You only have to make one connection with audio cables, which means you dont have to go from the receiver to the TV with audio. A Few Things To Remember If you don't get a picture right away don't panic, you may have to manually switch your component to the video mode you want it in like Component or HDMI. Consult your owners manual. Not everything will be broadcast in HD, there are certain channels that your cable or satellite service will provide in High Definition but the rest will just be standard. You need a High Definition Cable/Satellite box to receive a high definition signal, regular digital cable will not broadcast high def. You should now be ready to enjoy your High Definition Home Entertainment System. High Definition will give you a viewing experience like no other if you set it up correctly. If you have purchased any components or cables from us, our technical support team will be glad to assist you in your installation free of charge, call them at 1-866-224-6171.
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