With the fall TV season set to kick off this week, your sad, cable provider-provided DVR box will be busting at the seams with recorded shows. But it doesn't have to be that way. Upgrade to the ultimate DVR. The new TiVo HD XL ($600) boasts 150 hours of HD recording space, assuring plenty of room for all your season passes. The XL is also THX certified and comes with a Series3 premium backlit remote.

  • Epson Ensemble HD Home Cinema Systems

    Forget those home-theater-in-a-box systems at your local big-box retailer: this is a real home theater in a box. Epson's new Ensemble Home Cinema Systems ($5,000 - $7,000) include everything you need for a real theater experience at home, including a 100-inch motorized screen, an Epson PowerLite 3LCD projector with either 720p or 1080p resolution, an Atlantic Technology speaker system with a 150-watt sub, an A/V controller with HDMI handling and an upconverting DVD player, and a universal remote. Popcorn not included. [via]

  • Sony Bravia XBR8-Series HDTVs

    Sony has rolled out its new top of the line Bravia XBR8-Series HDTVs ($TBA; Fall 2008). Consisting of two models — the full HD 1080p 55-inch KDL-55XBR8 and 46-inch KDL-46XBR8 — the sets feature a plethora of tech to produce Sony's best picture quality and deepest black levels yet. They incorporate Sony’s Triluminos three-color LED backlight technology with local dimming, Advanced Contrast Enhancer Pro (ACE Pro) technology, Bravia Engine 2 PRO, x.v.Color compatibility and the company’s Motionflow 120Hz high frame rate technology. See, told you it was a lot. The XBR8 models also feature Sony's Digital Media Extender (DMeX) for connecting optional expansion modules such as the Bravia DVD Link, as well as the Digital Media Port (DMP), which lets you hook up iPods and other devices. You'll also find four 1080/60p 24p HDMI connections (HDCP) and two 1080/60p HD component inputs.

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