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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.

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

 
UltraHD Sets Are Coming But Long Before UltraHD Content

UltraHD Sets Are Coming But Long Before UltraHD Content

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

It appears the consumer electronics industry may have jumped the gun on the next generation of high definition home entertainment. The products are coming, but there may be some problems with the content. Read More

 
University of Bath Has a Way To Replace Pixels That Would Revolutionize All Video As We Know It

University of Bath Has a Way To Replace Pixels That Would Revolutionize All Video As We Know It

By Andrew Robinson

 

Video quality has long been sold with the notion that pixels determine quality and that higher resolutions are better. But what if that idea was made false by new technology? What would define picture quality then? Read More

 
How The Failure of Tweeter Killed Off The Mid-Fi Specialty AV Chain

How The Failure of Tweeter Killed Off The Mid-Fi Specialty AV Chain

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

There have been many significant events that have rippled through the consumer electronics causing change in good and bad ways. One of these events, was the failure of Tweeter. Read More

 
How to Break Free from Cable/Satellite Fees

How to Break Free from Cable/Satellite Fees

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

There is a growing movement to "cut the cord." If you are contemplating this as an option for you, Adrienne Maxwell presents what options exist out there that don't involve a cable or a satellite. Read More

 
Five Tips to Make Sure You're Actually Watching HD on Your HDTV

Five Tips to Make Sure You're Actually Watching HD on Your HDTV

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Despite the technology being ubiquitous in our homes for years and years now, it is still possible to have all the pieces for HD entertainment and not actually experience it. Adrienne Maxwell gives a few tips to prevent this from happening. Read More

 
CES 2013 Show Report

CES 2013 Show Report

By Andrew Robinson

 

Home Theater Review Editor Andrew Robinson was on the ground, exploring the booths and rooms at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. These are his finding as to what the show portends. Read More