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long history and background in the high-end audio/video industry,
Digital Connection has been a pioneer of many "first" PC based
multimedia products and systems for convergence into home theater and
entertainment market. Our focus on the first home theater PC's
(HTPC) as well as products to receive the first HDTV signals for
recording to hard drives and later to media boxes, we've spent decades
wowing the tech hobbyist and early adopters community. Our
history is entertwined with the first DVDs, first HDVT recorders, and
Digital Media Players, always with eye on perfect presentation from the
cables to the displays and everything in between.
Digital Connection and RKR Video, the hifi-centric computers designed
and built specifically for the home theater market started with the
introduction of 3DFusion DVD, the first true progressive scan DVD player
that started the Home Theater PC (HTPC) revolution in 1998. Early adopters
catapulted the concept of PC based video player into the home theater community that prompted variety of
articles by industry veterans in magazines and web sites such as Cybertheater,
Anandtech, Home Theater Magazine, The Perfect Vision,
Widescreen Review, and Stereophile. The breakthrough
convergence of the PC to the home theater market triggered continuous
string of PC based
that changed how video was recorded and stored. Digital Connection introduced to the US
market, the first HDTV PC tuner/capture cards in 2000 and variety of video converters that allows professionals and
hobbyists alike to extract additional functions and performance out of their equipment.
Connection in the News
ludicrous to seriously compare a $300 PC add-on DVD player to
some of the world's best, and very expensive, home theater
Cybertheater - Greg
Cruce Reviews the RKR Video Cassini, based on Digital
Connection's 3DFusion DiVA processor. Issue 28 of The
DVD player article by Christy Warren. The
"Truly progressive scan PC DVD player--MPACT2--WOW!
Christy's review on alt.video.dvd newsgroups
to a small computer company in Huntington Beach, California, we
may not have to wait indefinitely.........The progressive player
also had better color detail than the line doubled system.
Transitions between color borders on test patterns were as sharp
as I've ever seen them......"
Theater Magazine - Mike Wood
A Home Theater Happening - With
over 10,000 attendees and over 100 exhibits, the Home Theater
Expo and Sale was history's biggest gathering of home theater
enthusiasts. Here's a candid conversation with our editors about
the best the show had to offer.
Home Theater Magazine Feb 1999 issue - Brent Butterworth
Review Interviews Reggie Romswinckel, Director of Sales and
Marketing at Digital Connection.
Review lists RKR Video Cassini as reference DVD Player
features the DCPro 24/96 sound card from Digital Connection in
the 6/5/2000 Audio News on-line edition.
leads in defining the future of interactive digital
entertainment for the Home Market 1/25/01
CompleteTV will see first-ever melding of High
Definition broadcasting and Internet-based content.
"The system comes equipped with the necessary High
Definition capability and PC interfaces to enable it to act as a
multi-functional screen capable of simultaneously delivering
outstanding quality video and high resolution graphics. The
complete system will include a high performance broadband
'entertainment computer', integrated by RKR Video of Huntington
Beach California, a company specializing in state-of-the art
video and graphics for personal computers in home theater
continue to offer innovative and unique audio/video products and
accessories. Since we opened our store in Southern California in
1997, we offer personal before and after sale support on every product
we sell, with extensively knowledgeable sales and tech support. We
specialize in automated electronic homes and commercial audio/video
equipment. We also specialize in fiber optic video cables for
medical, video signage, and architectual industries.