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CEDIA 2007 was bigger, louder and more pixelated than ever, and as always, we were live from the Mile High city to bring you (just about) everything the show had to offer. In case you blinked along the way, here's a rundown of our coverage, and don't forget to check out the rest after the break:

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CEDIA 2007 was bigger, louder and more pixelated than ever, and as always, we were live from the Mile High city to bring you (just about) everything the show had to offer. In case you blinked along the way, here's a rundown of our coverage, and don't forget to check out the rest after the break:

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Moneual's distinctly atypical I*magine possesses more than just good looks, as this surefire conversation piece not only enables users to shout commands at it, but you can flip it upright on a pole if you so desire. Thankfully, this thing is actually coming to America for a pretty fair price, so he

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Somewhere between the budget-minded 301 and the decidedly unaffordable Jewelry PC, Moneual has decided to cater to the mid-range market with an unusually shaped media PC. Showed at CEDIA, the tubular I*magine touted a sweet aluminum chassis, seven-inch touchscreen, 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T7300 proce

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Sure, we've already seen Toshiba and Mitsubishi boast about their uber-thin bezels, but Sharp was touting its slimness in another area. Dubbed the \"slimmest, lightest AQUOS LCD TVs ever,\" the D64U lineup had an entire wall reserved to show off, and we figured we'd take a (real) close look at exactl

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Savant's ROSIE Coffee Table seemed like it would be a mighty fine addition to any geek's den, and after seeing one in person, our hunch has been substantiated. The table was on display and constantly surrounded by onlookers today at CEDIA, but we managed to squeeze through the crowd and snag a few

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We've certainly seen no shortage of Blu-ray players at CEDIA, but it just wouldn't feel right to neglect the uber-expensive, ultra-desirable DVD-3800BDCI. This player was found in numerous locales within Denon's fanciful booth, and while the setup may not have been ideal, the image quality of Speed

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Crestron's booth was rivaled in size only by the likes of Sony and AMX, and while the bulk of the exhibit dealt with highly technical home automation, it was the programmable remotes, HD media distribution systems, digital video processors, and media server integration that tickled our fancy. Grant

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Harman Consumer Group, which holds H/K, Infinity, JBL, and Audioaccess under its umbrella, erected an expansive booth at this year's CEDIA. Unsurprisingly, home theater and in-wall speakers dominated the space, but quite a few amplifiers, receivers, and home control units were seen posing, too. Mos

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Considering that Runco and Planar are like family these days, it wasn't exactly shocking to find the two booths located side-by-side. Interestingly, Runco and Planar chose to erect a golf-themed exhibit, complete with a putting green, Player's Club, and an HT clubhouse. Aside from the decorations,

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Just days ago we learned that VUDU would be cranking out a $399 set-top-box that enabled customers to rent or buy downloadable movies via the internet, and while we're still not entirely convinced that folks are going to buy into this, we couldn't help but stop by at CEDIA and check it out. The box

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VUDU's set-top-box most definitely won't float everyone's boat, as the pricing alone will likely turn many away. But just in case you're curious about the innards of this stylish box or the company's plans for HD downloads, you owe it to yourself to check out EngadgetHD for a closer look at what VU

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Pioneer's BDP-95FD Blu-ray player may have been just one of the many fine looking devices at the outfit's fine looking exhibit, but considering that it was just unveiled hours ago, we figured we'd give it additional attention. As you'd probably guess, this Elite gizmo lived up to its branding (at l

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As if Pioneer's booth wasn't sensational enough already, the inclusion of the brand new BDP-95FD Blu-ray player made it even sweeter. Make no mistake, Pioneer is awfully proud of this creation, as an on-site rep was claiming that it was \"the best Blu-ray player on the market\" while bragging to onlo

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If you appreciate booths done right, you'll be a fan of Pioneer. This installation was easily the most attractive (in our eyes, at least) at CEDIA, and if you dig Elite KUROs, snazzy flat-panel speaker systems, AV receivers with 1,400-watts of power and lots of black, why not give the gallery a onc

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S Sony had size, Sharp had a ginormous LCD, and Panasonic had a virtual fireplace, but Pioneer's booth took the award for sexiest -- if that's even possible. Pioneer's exhibit was doused in glossy black accents and showcased quite a few beautiful devices, including a couple Elite KURO plasmas, HTS-L

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For all things HD DVD, there were two places to go: Toshiba's booth, and the HD DVD big rig parked right across the street. This interesting exhibit didn't present anything new per se, but there were a number of banners for current and upcoming releases, an HD DVD wall of films, and a few demo stat

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If you haven't taken a complete look at Alienware's CEDIA booth, well, you didn't miss much, but the sparklin' new Hangar18:HD was out on display, and we took a few to get a closer look. Upon initial inspection, we found that this beast was unusually heavy -- like, \"you run it over with a car witho

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The only notable machine from Alienware that made the trip to Denver was the Hangar18:HD, and yes, this thing looks just as swank in person as it does in the press shots. Of course, you may have to reinforce your AV cabinet before plopping this hefty machine down, but hey, at least you know its bui

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Alienware was just barely at CEDIA, but it did a respectable job with the ridiculously small amount of square footage it was granted. So if you're craving a look at the firm's Hangar18 (and the Hangar18:HD), hit up the gallery right over here.

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