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Closing In On The Holy Grail of Home Theater

Closing In On The Holy Grail of Home Theater

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Home theaters get better and better with each new product cycle that the consumer electronics manufacturers release. We may even be approaching the Holy Grail of the home theater. But what is that? Read More

 
The Most Cost Effective Tweak For Any System ... An Open Mind

The Most Cost Effective Tweak For Any System ... An Open Mind

By Andrew Robinson

 

There are all kinds of factors that go into building a home theater system and tuning to the best you think it can be. But this can only really be achieved if you open your mind to all possibilities. Read More

 
The Solution To Best Buys Showrooming Problem Is Called Commissioning

The Solution To Best Buys Showrooming Problem Is Called Commissioning

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Readers of HomeTheaterReview.com likely were not shocked to see big box retailer Best Buy (BBY: NYSE) post more disappointing results right before the all-important Black Friday holiday shopping season. The company's stock, according to Forbes.com, is down 50 percent for... Read More

 
The Fight for Your Right to Import Movies

The Fight for Your Right to Import Movies

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

The copyright battle has always been a messy one. In this current installment, the ability to import movies is called into question - regardless if the disc is owned and the attentions honorable. Read More

 
Five Fresh Ideas For AV Retailers To Lure Consumers Back Into Stores

Five Fresh Ideas For AV Retailers To Lure Consumers Back Into Stores

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

There's been a shift happening in the consumer electronics world. It's been happening for a while. Jerry Del Colliano addresses that and offers five ways to adapt to the new ecosystem. Read More

 
How To Get Young People To Become Audiophiles

How To Get Young People To Become Audiophiles

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

The question that is on many minds is one of the future of the AV industry. Times are changing and the next generation is going to have to pick up the torch. But how do you get them to do that? Read More

 
Front Projection: Still the Best Value in the Big-Screen Biz

Front Projection: Still the Best Value in the Big-Screen Biz

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Television manufacturers continue to make and market bigger and bigger screens. However, while an 80-inch television is an easy and impressive-looking solution, it is still not the best solution. Read More

 
The Real Story at This Year's Rocky Mountain Audio Fest

The Real Story at This Year's Rocky Mountain Audio Fest

By Andrew Robinson

 

Managing Editor Andrew Robinson traveled to the 2012 Rocky Mountain Audio Fest in Denver. While there was plenty to see at the show, there were definitely some things that weren't being addressed. Read More

 
Doomsday Prepping for 4K

Doomsday Prepping for 4K

By Andrew Robinson

 

With 4K on the horizon, it may be hard to know how to prepare for the transition, especially with a lack of standard for consumer electronics. Here are a few tips to help handle the forthcoming paradigm shift. Read More

 
4K To Be Renamed This Week

4K To Be Renamed This Week

By Andrew Robinson

 

4K isn't here yet and it won't be coming. At least not under that name. On October 16th, display manufacturers and several influential individuals in the CE industry plan to come up with a new name. Read More