KLIAVS 2011 - hi-speed HD video and hi-res music

KLIAVS organising chairman Dick Tan (left) and
 J.W. Marriot Hotel manager Mahmoud Skaf

Some 95 per cent of the space for this year's edition of the Kuala Lumpur International AV show (KLIAVS)  has been sold out.

As usual, the KLIAVS will be held at J.W. Marriot Hotel, Bukit B‭intang, and it will be on from July 29-31. Tickets will still be priced at RM10 each.

Sixty-eight exhibitors have already confirmed their participation and the big boys in the LCD/LED TV sector are in.

Mr LS35A Joki (left) Asia Sound's Eddie (centre)
and Rega's Kim having light refreshments
at the media launch of KLIAVS.

During the media launch last week, Dick Tan of 3Dot Events Sdn Bhd, said the LCD/LED TV manufacturers will take the opportunity to explain more about 3D TV which was launched last year.

"There has been some confusion over 3D TVs. Like can someone use Samsung 3D glasses to watch 3D TV on a Sony TV?" he said.

With the introduction of Astro B.yond, the era of HD TV has arrived and the TV manufacturers will also focus on that.

Streaming HD TV on broadband Internet will also be highlighted especially since the introduction of high-speed UniFi broadband service by Telekom Malaysia has made HD video downloads possible.

Someone from the floor suggested that the hi-fi sector of the KLIAVS could focus on the new trend of computer audiophile music and hi-res files.

Dick Tan said the idea was feasible and he would consider getting experts to hold talks on the trend.


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