DirecTV's Moving Service Is Truly a Nightmare
Jerry Del Colliano recounts his recent customer-service nightmare with DirecTV as he tried to prepare for an upcoming move. Read More
Why Do Audiophiles Fear ABX Testing?
Brent Butterworth tackles the topic of ABX testing: what is it, how it's used, and why audiophiles don't seem to like it. Read More
HTR Reader Survey
It's time to upgrade HomeTheaterReview.com, and we want you to help create the Internet's best resource for home theater reviews and news. Read More
Audio Overshadows Video at CE Week Show
Video takes a back seat to audio product introductions and news at this year's CE Week in New York City, reports Jeff Berman in his show overview. Read More
What 4K Content Can You Enjoy Right Now?
Looking for something to watch on that new Ultra HD TV you just bought? Adrienne Maxwell explains where you can find all the latest--although not necessarily the greatest--Ultra HD content. Read More
Six Reasons to Finally Dump Your Pioneer KURO TV
We know you love your Pioneer KURO, but Jerry Del Colliano has six reasons why it's time for an upgrade to a new HDTV. Read More
What Is the Oldest Piece of AV Gear You Own That Still Works?
Some theaterphiles and audiophiles take special pride in that ancient piece of gear they still own. We asked our writers to tell us about the oldest piece of gear they own that still actually works. Read More
Does Google Have the Power to Take Control of Your Whole Home?
Google's efforts to take control of the living room are being taken two steps further in 2015--first through the arrival of the first Android TVs, and second through the implementation of its Google Cast technology in various audio products from... Read More
Would You Go to an Audiophile Pop-Up?
Pop-ups are all the rage in fine dining, but would they work in the AV realm? Jerry Del Colliano thinks that creative AV dealers and manufacturers could generate a lot of excitement by taking their goods on the road. Read More
Why a Disc-less Future Might Not Be YOUR Future
Lots of people have proclaimed the death of the physical disc as a means to deliver AV content, but Jerry Del Colliano says, "Not so fast." Technologies like Ultra HD and Dolby Atmos, along with unpredictable broadband speeds, will keep the disc format relevant for a good long while. Read More