CEDIA 2012 Show Report
The CEDIA Expo rolled around once again. In 2012, Adrienne Maxwell was on hand to check out the show's offerings for HomeTheaterReview.com. Here is what she saw while at the show. Read More
Emerging Trends From CEDIA 2012
As it tends to, CEDIA showed some interesting trends for the future of the audio video industry. Publisher Jerry Del Colliano was on hand at CEDIA 2012 and he observed several trends. Read More
Embrace The World of Consumable Audio
Over the years, the customers of the AV industry have changed, but many manufacturers have not changed with them, not embracing the new trend and idea of audio that is consumable. Read More
Two Speaker Surround Sound? A Princeton Professor Thinks Its Possible
What if you could get surround sound from a two speaker set up? Not simulated surround sound, but actual sound that surrounds you. Well, in a Princeton laboratory, they may have found a way to do just that. Read More
Will Dolby 3D Deliver on the Promise of Glasses-Free 3D?
3D has continued to be a contentious point in the audio/video world, with many consumers complaining about the need to wear glasses. It would appear that Dolby is on the path to solving this particular problem. Read More
The Complete Viewer Experience -How I Plan To Make My Next Film With Home Theater Equipment and You
Managing Editor Andrew Robinson is embarking on the process of making his second feature film. But this time around, he's planning on never-before-tried method that will involve the audience and home theater gear. Read More
Slowly But Surely, TV Everywhere Is Becoming a Reality
TV Everywhere has been a dream for those that like to stream their video. The idea of being able to access the television channels you pay for anywhere is a pretty impressive idea. And we are almost there. Read More
Do Home Theaters Actually Help Sell Homes In Today's Real Estate Market?
The real estate market took a beating over the past few years, but it appears to be on the mend and coming back strong. However, the question remains: does your home theater do anything for the value of your home? Read More
Where Are My Favorite Records on Blu-ray?
Blu-ray audio has become a big topic among audiophiles that want their music delivered in uncompressed formats. While albums on Blu-ray are still rare, there has been progress made and new albums released. Read More
Rethinking The Importance Of Video Calibration
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