Citations with the tag: SENSORY Science Corp
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- Sensory Science Suffers Larger Q1 Pretax Loss.
// TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 09/04/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p4
Reports on the extension of videocassette recorder maker Sensory Science Corp.'s fiscal first-quarter pretax loss in 2000. Reason for the loss; Impact of company strategy in response to market conditions on earnings; Outlook for the company.
- Sensory Science Slates 2nd DVD/VCR.
Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 05/28/2001, Vol. 16 Issue 13, p26
Introduces the dual-deck digital video disc (DVD) player and video cassette recorder (VCR) deck by Sensory Science of Scottsdale, Arizona. Features; Retail prices of DVR-4000 and DVR-5000; Product launch plans.
- Guide to proficient sensory testing.
Tarr, Greg // Food Manufacture; Nov2001, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p52
Focuses on the development of proficiency testing schemes by the Sensory analysis laboratories.
- Sensory Science ships sub $400 hi-fi dual deck.
Tarr // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 08/09/99, Vol. 14 Issue 18, p15
Introduces Sensory Science Corp.'s Dual Deck line of videocassette recorders. Models; Price range; Key specifications; Configurations; Retail outlets.
- Go-video fuels 2q profits for sensory science.
Tarr // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 11/15/99, Vol. 14 Issue 26, p67
Reports on Scottsdale, Arizona-based Sensory Science Corp.'s earnings for the quarter ended September 30, 1999. Net income; Total sales; Revenues from new products.
- Sensory science doubled its 4Q earnings.
Tarr // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 01/24/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p8
Reports on the financial performance of Sensory Science for the fourth quarter of 1999. Factors leading to profit performance; Net earnings.
- Loewe's TV Prices Are Slashed.
Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 04/03/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p1
Reports on United States-based consumer electronics distributor Sensory Science's reduction of the prices of its Loewe line of digital television equipment as of April 3, 2000. Reason for the price reduction; Prices of the television sets.
- Sensory Science Now Shipping the DVR4000.
Tarr, Greg // EMedia Magazine; Aug2001, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p24
Evaluates the DVR4000 digital video disc player from Sensory Science Corp.
- Progressive views.
Vizard, Frank // Popular Science; Dec98, Vol. 253 Issue 6, p46
Reports on the partnership between German manufacturer Loewe and Scottsdale, Arizona-based Sensory Science to manufacture digital television (DTV) sets. Aspect ratio of the proposed Planus DTV model; Utilization of a 480-line progressive scanning technology.
- JVC, Sensory Reach Dual-Deck Deal.
Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 04/17/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p16
Reports the licensing agreement between Sensory Science and JVC of America. Aim of the agreement to provide JVC the ability to market dual-deck-camcorders; Benefits of the deal for the companies; Plans of JVC to offer a consumer version of the dual-deck mini-DVC/S-VHS editing deck.
- Sensory Reports Record Q4 Revenues.
Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 05/15/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p41
Reports on consumer electronics firm Sensory Science Corp.'s earnings for the fiscal fourth quarter and year ended March 31, 2000. Comparison with the company's earnings in the previous year; Major sources of revenue.
- Sensory Science Reports A Net Loss, Slightly Lower Sales In Fiscal 2nd Qtr.
Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 11/06/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 25, p12
Focuses on the market conditions of Dual-Deck videocassette recorder (VCR) business of Sensory Science company in Scottsdale, Arizona. Percentage change of the net sales drop; Delay of digital video discs-VCR production; Efforts of the company to augment profitability.
- Sonicblue Buying Sensory Science, ReplayTV.
Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 02/12/2001, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p25
Reports the acquisition of Sonicblue of electronics supplier Sensory Science and video recording service provider Replay TV in Santa Clara, California. Products offered by Sensory Science; Acquisition of Sensory Science in accordance with its leadership position in the digital media.
- SONICblue acquires Sensory Science, ReplayTV.
Tarr, Greg // EMedia Magazine; Apr2001, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p16
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- SONICblue Acquires Sensory Science, ReplayTV.
Tarr, Greg // EMedia Magazine; May2001, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on the acquisition agreement deals of the company SONICblue in the United States in 2001. Information on the definitive agreement signed by SONICblue with Sensory Science Corp.; Plan of the company to acquire ReplayTV Inc.
- RCA Dual-Deck VCR On The Way.
Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 03/27/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p17
Reports on United States-based consumer electronics firm Thomson's licensing agreement with Sensory Science for its dual-deck videocassette recorder technology as of March 27, 2000.
- Sensory science makes CEDIA debut.
Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 09/27/99, Vol. 14 Issue 22, p18
Reports on the debut of Sensory Science at the CEDIA trade show. Introduction of high-end video technologies; Showcasing of the prototypes for the direct-view televisions; Features and capabilities of the sets.
- New MP3 Players Expand Music Memories.
Perenson, Melissa J. // PC World; Oct2000, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p110
Evaluates the RaveMP 2300 and RaveMP 2200 MP3 players from Sensory Science. Cost; Key features; Pros and cons; Recommendation.
- Improved MP3s To Debut From Several Vendors.
Safer, Will // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics; 06/26/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 15, p6
Features improved MP3 players from Thomson Consumer Electronics, Sensory Science Corp. and S3's Rio Group. Increased and new memory options; Sound-quality enhancements.
- Toy Story III: Single-Chip Solutions.
Sperling, Ed // Electronic News (10616624); 1/26/2004, Vol. 50 Issue 4, pN.PAG
Assesses the implication of advances in analog technology for toy technology as of January 2004. Business plans of semiconductor company Integration Associates; Event that has limited the use of radio frequency identification tags; Way in which single-chip frequency technology is developing;...