Kaleidescape Cinema One – All your Favorite Movies, Only Better
There is nothing like a good movie. For me, watching a truly great film is like a miniature vacation. Our culture is certainly focused on visual media and it should be no surprise to anyone that the forms of entertainment that we indulge in the most, are movies and TV. Oh how the world loves a television… and a disc player, Roku, cable, Tivo, and Netflix.. and just about anything else that let’s us turn off our brains for just a little while, so we can simply sit back, and be entertained.
Sure, we’ve grown up and our tastes have changed, but have we not matured enough that we want something more? Like a quality viewing experience that lets us revel in a feeling of true cinema in the comfort of our own homes. Welcome Kaleidascape’s Cinema One, a high end movie player that enables you to store and instantly access up to 100 of your Blu-ray, or 600 DVD-quality movies all in the highest audio and video quality available, and all without having to suffer through any previews, menus or ads, and you can also download new movies directly from the Kaleidescape Store which presently, is the only store that offers downloads with the same audio/video fidelity of Blu-ray discs.
Cinema One has a proprietary user interface and movie guide that lets it’s viewers browse through hundreds of movies in a seconds, saving you from searching through stacks upon stacks of DVD cases, only to find the wrong movie in in the right box. What’s more, Cinema One connects to almost any home automation system. So when you press Play, the lights go down, and your movie starts instantly, creating a truly theatrical movie experience. I can just about smell the popcorn already.
Cinema One is the first component in the company’s new Cinema line, which has been designed for smaller systems and features simple on-screen setup. So if you have just under 4000 bucks to spend on your home entertainment, you will want to check out Cinema One at Kaliedascape.com. Oh come on, you know you watch a lot of TV, why not make it special?