Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Yamaha introduces the Migrane Induction A/V Receiver.

From Cnet Crave

Now, I love gadgets as much as the next guy, but the layout on the back of the new Yamaha RX-Z11 11.2 channel A/V receiver is cringe-worthy. For only $5,500, you can be the first in your neighborhood to have one this November.

Notable features include 5 HDMI inputs and two USB ports that can actualy read USB mass storage devices. No word yet on what file formats the receiver can read off those ports, though.

1 comment:

Mark Lindsey said...

You'd think they'd give some thought to cable management; after all, once it's cabled up, you're likely to have to change out individual cables, confirm connections, etc.

As to the file format: there's really only one obvious answer here -- .au files in cpio archives.