Richard Risitano

Richard Risitano

Rich Risitano II draws on his 15 years of home entertainment sales experience to tailor his writing to both the tech-savvy and the tech-phobic. Sadly, his receiver is too old to know what HDMI is. In his spare time, he likes to watch wrestling and executive produce and co-host his own podcast.

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Be the first on your block to join the vinyl resurgence with a Pro-Ject Audio turntable! They’re available in a variety of designs and colors, with or without USB connectivity. The Debut Carbon series, for example, comes in...
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CE Week kicked off in Manhattan this week, and B&H was on hand to test out some of the latest and greatest products in home entertainment. Brands big and small were there to showcase the products we’re likely to see in the hands and homes of consumers sometime in the near future. Here are some the products that really caught our eye. Epson projectors and Da-Lite screens Epson and DaLite had...
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Feature-loaded doesn’t begin to describe LG’s impressive 65" G6P-series UHD TV. For starters, this TV has native UHD 4K resolution, allowing you to enjoy your favorite box-office...
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Samsung takes center stage once again with its newest line of 4K UHD Smart TVs! There are curved and flat models available, and there are enough of them that there’s something for everyone. They feature built-in Wi-Fi connectivity with full web browsers and access to the Samsung Smart Hub...
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Available at B&H, ViewSonic has released its new lineup of LightStream projectors. They all feature a six-segment color wheel for enhanced color accuracy, and at more than 3000 lumens each, they can produce bright images to overcome a variety of lighting conditions. Their 22,000:1...
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Enjoy all your favorite vinyl records with the Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Belt-Drive Turntable. There are three versions available, which all feature 33-1/3 and 45 rpm speeds and a fully automatic design for easy setup and operation. The platter starts rotating when the tone arm is lifted, and stops when it’s placed back on its...
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Samsung’s new line of 4K SUHD Smart TVs has arrived at B&H! They feature built-in Wi-Fi with a full web browser for Internet surfing, plus access to the Samsung Smart Hub and apps. Additionally, HDR 1000 provides a wider color gamut with a brighter image. The KS-Series comes in multiple sizes ranging from 49 to 78", and with curved and...
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2016 is in full swing and HDR LED TVs are coming down the pipeline from Samsung in the form of the new KU6300 and...
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TVs have come a long way in their relatively brief existence. They’ve gone from 8 x 8 resolution in their first demonstration, in 1909, to various versions of what we call 4K, the most common of which is 3840 x 2160. Over this 106-year period, the science behind the screen has evolved, from the initial 64 selenium cell matrix to the CRT (tube) TVs you and I grew up with, to plasma, LCD, and LED....
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For years, Casio was known as “that calculator company.” High-school and college students, and those in the fields of science, engineering, and advanced math were rushing out to buy the latest scientific or graphing calculator for their increasingly difficult equations. They chose Casio for a good reason: not only did Casio develop the first all-electric compact calculator in 1957, the company...
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Installers the world over have long trusted Gefen for all their niche needs, from KVM switchers to wireless HDMI and more. Founded by Hagai Gefen, in 1998, the Chatsworth, California-based company received increased attention followed, naturally, by product demand after the company’s equipment was used for the digital signage setup in the 2010 X Games. Since that time, Gefen developed its Gefen...
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