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Axpona 2012 Audiophile Show Report

Axpona 2012 Audiophile Show Report

By Dr. Ken Taraszka

 

Ken Taraszka went to the Axpona 2012 show in the first ever coverage of the event for HomeTheaterReview.com. Check out the companies he encountered and what he thought of their offerings. Read More

 
Kaleidescape Dealt Big Blow By Court Injunction

Kaleidescape Dealt Big Blow By Court Injunction

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Kaleidescape was just handed some bad news by the court system that will radically affect the company's future. But why did this happen and what does it mean for the consumers that have supported Keleidescape? Read More

 
How To Get The Most Out of The Projector You Already Own

How To Get The Most Out of The Projector You Already Own

By Andrew Robinson

 

Front projectors are still the best and most cost-effective way to achieve a large picture, and the market is evolving so that that is even more true. But before you pick up a new projector, try these tips to more performance and life out of the one you already have. Read More

 
What Features Do You Want In Your Next A/V Receiver?

What Features Do You Want In Your Next A/V Receiver?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

AV components, especially AV receivers, come packed with all kinds of features. But there are always new advancements to be made. Adrienne Maxwell presents her ideas as well as those of several other respected AV writers. Read More

 
What New Features Should You Expect From 2012 HDTVs?

What New Features Should You Expect From 2012 HDTVs?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

4K and OLED and 3D have all been talked about as the next big technology for HDTVs, but what about the technologies that are already available on nearly every HDTV? The apps, the networking, and control technologies are all getting a makeover in 2012. Read More

 
Is It Time to Say Goodbye to Unencrypted Cable Channels?

Is It Time to Say Goodbye to Unencrypted Cable Channels?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

The Federal Communications Commission has a very important question before them: do they abolish unencrypted cable channels? In other words, do they change the way millions of consumers watch television? Read More

 
What Technology Will Save HDTV: OLED or 4K And At What Price?

What Technology Will Save HDTV: OLED or 4K And At What Price?

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

HDTVs have a vacancy at the top, where the high end lives. Now their are two technologies that could be vying for that top spot: OLED and 4K. But which one has the better chance to make it happen? Read More

 
24-Tech: Ideas On How To Get Your Home Theater Working Like It's Installed At CTU

24-Tech: Ideas On How To Get Your Home Theater Working Like It's Installed At CTU

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

24 was a great show that had some ridiculously impressive technology. So impressive, it defied the reality of the actual technology used. However, the ideas are great. Jerry Del Colliano thinks about how those ideas could be translated to home theaters. Read More

 
The Evolution of the Two-Channel Preamp

The Evolution of the Two-Channel Preamp

By Andrew Robinson

 

The two-channel preamp has been due for an overhaul for a while now and it seems that the process is beginning with several of the new products hitting the market from several of the major manufacturers. But why is it happening now? Read More

 
2012 CES Show Report

2012 CES Show Report

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

HomeTheaterReview.com's staff, including Adrienne Maxwell, Andrew Robinson, and Jerry Del Colliano, headed to the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. Here's a report of what they found while they were there. Read More