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The Best Music in High Resolution From 2013

The Best Music in High Resolution From 2013

By Mark Smotroff

 

The record labels finally figured out that we, the music-buying public, want music in high-resolution formats. Well good for them and VERY good for us. Mark Smotroff recaps a big year for music in HD with a list of the best music in high resolution. Read More

 
How Today's High-End Installed Car Audio Can Help Save the Hobby

How Today's High-End Installed Car Audio Can Help Save the Hobby

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Can high-end, installed car audio bring new, qualified buyers to the audiophile market? Jerry Del Colliano looks into the possibility as more and more boutique audio companies are designing premium car audio for the top auto manufacturers Read More

 
What AV Goodies the HTR Writers Have On Their Wish Lists

What AV Goodies the HTR Writers Have On Their Wish Lists

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

What AV gear do you want for Christmas? HomeTheaterReview.com's editorial staff put together a list of our favorite picks. We wouldn't blame you if you forwarded a link to your wife. Hint, hint... Read More

 
Saying A Final Goodbye To The Blockbuster Store ... R.I.P.

Saying A Final Goodbye To The Blockbuster Store ... R.I.P.

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Saying goodbye to an old friend, Adrienne Maxwell laments the death of a home theater icon - the Blockbuster Video store. Read More

 
Should You Buy One More Plasma or Wait for an Ultra HD OLED?

Should You Buy One More Plasma or Wait for an Ultra HD OLED?

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Now may be the last time to buy a plasma television. So the question to ask is: should you? Is it worth getting a plasma now that may be old and out dated technology in the very near future? Read More

 
Automated Room Correction Explained

Automated Room Correction Explained

By Dennis Burger

 

Today's AV receivers can do everything from take 10 HDMI inputs to connect to the Internet, as well as make you a squeaky-dry martini. Room correction is a compelling feature on most of today's best AV receivers, but getting "better" sound thanks to your automated room correction isn't a cake walk. Dennis Burger walks you through the process for nearly every receiver and correction process in the market. Read More

 
Learning to Love a Professional AV Salesperson

Learning to Love a Professional AV Salesperson

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Salespeople can get a bad rap. It's easy to find things people don't like. However, here is a list of the positives that good salespeople bring with them. They are things you don't know you miss until they are gone. Read More

 
Is Your AV Gear Set Up to Deliver the Best Performance?

Is Your AV Gear Set Up to Deliver the Best Performance?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Getting the best performance from your system doesn't just mean buying the best products. It also means knowing how to set up those products. Adrienne Maxwell offers a few helpful tips. Read More

 
How To Keep Your Child Safe From a TV Tip-Over

How To Keep Your Child Safe From a TV Tip-Over

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

With modern HDTVs getting bigger and thinner, there is also the potential for them to be less safe as well. Adrienne Maxwell takes a look at different ways to make sure your TV is secure and safe. Read More

 
Are You An Audio-Video Missionary?

Are You An Audio-Video Missionary?

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

If the hobby of home theater and audio is going to survive, it needs to be shared. Jerry Del Colliano lists a few ideas that could help spread the love when it comes to consumer electronics. Read More