How to Become a Millionaire in the Audio/Video Business
The old adage in Napa Valley is that, if you want to become a millionaire in the wine business, start with $20,000,000. This is becoming truth in the specialty audio/video business, as well. This business was created and supported by... Read More
Would You Buy a Kenmore Branded TV?
Sears has introduced its own Kenmore-branded line of HD and UHD televisions, but will consumers embrace it? Jeff Berman discusses why retailers like Sears, Best Buy, and Amazon chose to introduce their own brands to an already-crowded market. Read More
What's the Ideal Speaker Driver Configuration?
Is there an ideal driver configuration for speakers? Brent Butterworth discusses the strengths and weaknesses of various driver configurations. Does he have a favorite? Follow the link to find out. Read More
10 Great Ultra HD Blu-ray Discs to Begin Your Collection
Are you ready to embrace Ultra HD Blu-ray? We recommend 10 great UHD Blu-ray discs to begin building your collection. Read More
Are Active HDMI Cables Right for You?
What is an active HDMI cable, and when should you consider buying one? Adrienne Maxwell explains in this week's featured news story. Read More
An Important Fact That the Vinyl Zealots Missed
Jerry Del Colliano revisits the vinyl topic to explain why audiophiles should let go of the past and embrace the future. Let the debate commence. Read More
Is MQA the Future of HD Music?
A growing number of music providers and product manufacturers are beginning to support the MQA audio format. Steven Stone explains what MQA is and why you should like it. Read More
What Is "Ultra HD Premium"?
If you've shopped for an Ultra HD display, source, or disc in recent months, you may have noticed the "Ultra HD Premium" logo on some products. Adrienne Maxwell explains exactly what the new logo means in this week's featured news story. Read More
Home Theater in the Great Outdoors Is Less Expensive Than You Might Think
Outdoor home theater is a popular trend, and a variety of affordably priced projectors, speakers, screens, and accessories make it easier than ever to entertain family and guests with a movie night under the stars. Read More
That Really Cheap Pair of Brand-Name Headphones May Be Too Good to Be True
The sale of counterfeit consumer electronics products is a long-standing problem, especially in the headphone category. Jeff Berman discusses how some major headphone manufacturers are fighting back. Read More
First-Order Crossovers: Panacea or Problem?
Does the use of a first-order crossover really make a better speaker? Brent Butterworth explores the topic in this week's featured news story. Read More