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Rethinking The Importance Of Video Calibration

Rethinking The Importance Of Video Calibration

By Andrew Robinson

 

A lot of people think that today's HDTVs are so good out of the box that you only need minimal calibration, or no calibration at all. But as HomeTheaterReview.com managing editor Andrew Robinson learned, that's not exactly the case. Read More

 
Who Will Fill The Void If Best Buy Goes Bankrupt?

Who Will Fill The Void If Best Buy Goes Bankrupt?

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Best Buy has definitely faced some struggles in current times, struggles that could put the company in serious danger. In light of this, Jerry Del Colliano wonders what might happen without Best Buy. Read More

 
Why Vizio's Move To The PC Market Makes Sense (To Me)

Why Vizio's Move To The PC Market Makes Sense (To Me)

By Andrew Robinson

 

Vizio recently launched a line of PCs. However, it should be noted that this is not new territory for the company, but rather a return to products from their past. This time around the PCs seem like a good choice for home theater enthusiasts. Read More

 
AV Dealers Need Headphone Departments ASAP

AV Dealers Need Headphone Departments ASAP

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

While the audiophile industry is changing, diminishing in some people's eyes, there are still areas that can breed growth. One of those areas is headphones. Here's how it could work for dealers. Read More

 
Dolby Atmos Looks to Enhance Your Theater-Going Pleasure

Dolby Atmos Looks to Enhance Your Theater-Going Pleasure

By Andrew Robinson

 

A giant in the home theater and cinemas worldwide, Dolby has not rested on its laurels. Instead, the company has designed an entirely new surround sound methodology. And it is definitely worth a listen. Read More

 
Tekton Designs: Audiophile Success Despite All Odds

Tekton Designs: Audiophile Success Despite All Odds

By Andrew Robinson

 

Bred in audiophilia and self-taught, Eric Alexander has achieved numerous successes. None more important than Alexander's current company, Tekton Design's, whose success has been hard fought and earned. Read More

 
What Happened To Audiogon.com and Will It Get Repaired?

What Happened To Audiogon.com and Will It Get Repaired?

By Dr. Ken Taraszka

 

Audiogon.com has changed a lot, and not all of it has been for the better. Given these changes, and the ever-growing online marketplace, is Audiogon.com still a place that is worth your time? Read More

 
T.H.E. Show Newport Beach Show Report 2012

T.H.E. Show Newport Beach Show Report 2012

By Andrew Robinson

 

T.H.E. Show expanded to Newport Beach, California in 2011. Andrew Robinson journeyed down to T.H.E. Show 2012 to see what changes had been made to improve upon the inaugural event. Here's what he found. Read More

 
Does Generation Y Like The Sound of MP3s Over CDs?

Does Generation Y Like The Sound of MP3s Over CDs?

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

There is a claim being made that the newer generation of music listeners prefer the sound of the MP3 format over that of the compact disc. Dr. Sean Olive an experiment to test this theory out. Read More

 
Is Walmart's Disc-to-Digital Service Worth the Time and Money?

Is Walmart's Disc-to-Digital Service Worth the Time and Money?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Walmart offers a service that allows consumers to have Walmart make digital copies of DVDs and Blu-rays for a fee. This puzzled Adrienne Maxwell, so she decided to try it out for herself. Read More