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Poc Network’s team recently set down with the M80-C3 80-inch 4K  TV giving it a solid test to see how well it performs and fits in within the 4K community. The results were astounding as they were pleased with what they found and ecstatic about the price.

Click here to read the full review and see what they had to say about it. 

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Sharp launched what could be considered their flagship 1080p big screen TV. A whopping 80 inches in size, it competes with all of the other massive sizes that are far and few in between in availability. We pointed out in the past that the Vizio 80-inch was one of the most money smart options when it came to size and features, but as Poc Network points out in their review of the new Sharp, the Vizio has moved out of the way as this new screen takes its place. Still less than $5K in price, it offers a gigantic screen while also bringing you a 2K upconversion to deliver better than 1080p graphics. The picture quality is greater than that of the Vizio and comes close to the high priced sets that cost nearly 2x as much. A monster, a value and a TV that belongs on your wall (if you have a room large enough). Great for home theaters who can’t afford $8-12k for a TV that size.

You can find it on Amazon here.

Poc Network published another great review on a TV, this time Samsung’s UN65F9000 65-Inch 4K HD TV.

You can find it here!

Poc Network published a review on Harman Kardon’s AVR 3700 7.2-Channel Receiver, and excellent option.

For more information, it can be found here

Poc Network published a great review on Vizio’s 70-Inch LED TV, yet another large Vizio that goes great in any large viewing room. Although we like the 80-inch better due to size, the 70 has it’s place in many living rooms and theaters as well.

You can find the review here

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Even with 4K models that are flooding the market and so many more to come, Vizio’s M801d-A3R still dominates the market as most 80-inch models sold. In fact, they dominate if you compare to both Sharp’s 80 and 90 inch models combined. Given, Sharp now makes a great 240hz 80-inch display. Both model scan be arguably close to quality, but Vizio still takes the cake when it comes to numbers.

At ProAudio, we have been able to work with many large screen models and can vouch for the Vizio as being a big bang for your dollar. That’s what mostly separates it from the other models. More and more people have been able to afford a larger screen due to these low price points, and this causes the M801d-A3R to just roll off the shelves.

Just 5-6 years ago, you would be spending the same amount of money on a 60-inch LED. To think that you can now fill that space with something much larger is a grand feeling to most. Now you can have 80 giant inches of mind blowing picture, along with 3D (and 8 pairs of glasses!). Apps, smooth refresh rate and great for sports!

It will be interesting to see how well the model fairs later this year when some of the serious 4K models begin to lunch (sometime around October-December).

In the meantime, you can check out the Vizio here and make it your own!

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Poc Network took the time to sit down with Vizio’s highly coveted 80-Inch LED TV to bring you a break down of what it’s worth.

The review can be found here:
http://pocinc.net/blog/product-reviews/review-vizio-m801d-a3-80-inch-m-series-led-smart-tv

This TV is an amazing addition to almost any custom home theater for those wanting to avoid using projection. It covers a great deal of wall-space and provides the perfect view for any mid to large size theater setting. We ourselves have installed 4 of these so far for clients, and have yet to hear any negative feedback. It provides a much better picture than Sharp’s 80-90″ LED (also mentioned in the review) and causes the competition to sweat when it comes to price.

The review is definitely worth the read.

A review (by Poc Network) has been posted about SONOS’ Play:1 speaker.

You can find it here.

Poc Network has posted a detailed product review of the Kicker IK5BT2 Amphitheater Wireless Speaker. The IK5BT2 is a solid Bluetooth solution that falls within a $300 price range.

You can find it here

Poc Network posted a great review of the Klipsch RF-7II Reference Series 5.1 Home Theater Speaker System which may provide as a good read for audiophiles and fans of Klipsch alike.

You can find it here.