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HomeTheaterReview.com is famous for their insightful home theater, consumer electronics and AV industry Featured News Stories. No other specialty AV publication offers such insights into the consumer electronics industry than HTR and these articles written by the likes of Jerry Del Colliano, Adrienne Maxwell, Andrew Robinson and others are as good as it gets when it comes to taking a hard look at the future of the hobby, passion and business known as audiophilia, consumer electronics and home theater.

Searching Far and Wide: How to Choose the Best Viewing Distance and Screen Size

Searching Far and Wide: How to Choose the Best Viewing Distance and Screen Size

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

There is more to screen size than just being big or small. Your screen size directly relates to your viewing distance. What is viewing distance and how do you figure it out? Read on to find out. Read More

 
10 Questions to Ask Before Shopping for an HDTV

10 Questions to Ask Before Shopping for an HDTV

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

With the many different technologies available in HDTVs, it can be hard to know what is right for your situation. Adrienne Maxwell outlines 10 questions to ask yourself that will help you figure it all out. Read More

 
Everything An Audiophile Needs to Know About Pandora

Everything An Audiophile Needs to Know About Pandora

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Pandora is a service that is pretty well known at this point. At least in its functionality. What many do not known is how Pandora can actually be a friend to an audiophile and benefit them. Read More

 
Adrienne Maxwell Named Managing Editor of HomeTheaterReview.com

Adrienne Maxwell Named Managing Editor of HomeTheaterReview.com

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

HomeTheaterReview.com welcomes a new managing editor, but not a new face, as she's been with us for some time. Read More

 
Building a NAS Box From the Ground Up - Is This The Ultimate AV Source Component?

Building a NAS Box From the Ground Up - Is This The Ultimate AV Source Component?

By Andrew Robinson

 

Want a source component that allows you to watch whatever media you have be it Blu-ray, DVD, or music files, and all instantly searchable and instantly playable at the touch of a button? Sounds like you may want a NAS box. Read More

 
Plasma vs. LCD vs. OLED: Which Is Right for You?

Plasma vs. LCD vs. OLED: Which Is Right for You?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Forget about 3D and UltraHD, the fundamental technology question to ask yourself is about plasma, LCD, and OLED. What are the pros and cons of these technologies and which is right for you? Read More

 
How Recycling AV Gear Might Find The Next Big Market of New Customers

How Recycling AV Gear Might Find The Next Big Market of New Customers

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Eventually, all audio/video products must be replaced. However, there may be an opportunity available in disposing of these older products that helps grow the industry and the hobby. Read More

 
FCC Rules To Make It Harder To Get Cable Channels Without A Cable Box

FCC Rules To Make It Harder To Get Cable Channels Without A Cable Box

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

In the last few years, the way television is being broadcast has changed. These changes keep coming, and the FCC has issued a rule change that will affect the way some consumers watch television. Read More

 
You Don't Own Me - Another Reason Streaming Will Ultimately Win the Disc/Streaming War

You Don't Own Me - Another Reason Streaming Will Ultimately Win the Disc/Streaming War

By Andrew Robinson

 

With the introduction of Ultra HD displays, the question of Ultra HD content has become acute. Can Blu-ray handle it? Will there be another disc format for the new content? If not, where is it going to come from? Andrew Robinson examines the issue. Read More

 
Is Bone Conduction The Future of Headphones?

Is Bone Conduction The Future of Headphones?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Headphone technology has changed that drastically since the introduction of the in-ear or perhaps noise canceling headphone. But the next phase may be on its way: bone-conduction. Read More