iAV Consumers Struggle With Online vs. Retail Debate
In the modern age, the choice between buying from an online AV retailer or a traditional brick and mortar one can be a difficult one. However, first impressions can be wrong and not everything is as it seems. Read More
Study Shows Your Cable Box Is The Real AC Power Pig In Your AV System
There has been a lot of effort over the years to make televisions consume less energy, but now there is a new menace, one that comes in a smaller box but consumes a great deal more energy. Read More
For Once The Music Industry Got It Right With Rush's Moving Pictures Album on Blu-ray
Audiophile music has been a bit of a battle to obtain. With the ease and convenience of MP3 downloads, it is hard to convince record labels to release an album on Blu-ray. That is why the re-release of Rush's Moving Pictures album is worth talking about. Read More
3D Is More of an Add-on Than a Compelling Reason To Buy a New HDTV
The home theater business is just that: a business. And the consumer electronics industry is searching for the next big thing for the market. The industry believes that that is 3D but Jerry Del Colliano thinks otherwise. Read More
Surprise, Surprise. Americans Love to Watch TV
Nielsen, the media company that performs the Nielsen ratings, which rank television usage and viewing habits, has released the results of its quarterly report, which contains some interesting information, if not all that surprising. Read More
Five Reasons Why Best Buy Could End Up Like Circuit City
Jerry Del Colliano takes on the big boys in the blue shirts to tell them what they need to do if they want to remain dominate, because their grip on the market is slipping and could be lost forever if they don't wise up. Read More
Value Is The New Luxury For Home Theater & Audio Enthusiasts
In an ever-changing and ever-improving environment, AV consumers have begun to demand components that can do a lot more for a lot less, which is not a bad thing and Home Theater Review understands and supports this standpoint. Read More
Will Apple Go HD on Its Pending iCloud Music Download Service?
Apple is on the verge of launching a cloud-based music service so that users can have access to music whenever they want it, eliminating the need for local storage. The question remains: Of what quality will that music be? Read More
Why Are Some Audiophiles Scared of Bob Hodas?
Bob Hodas does something mysterious and powerful, which can cause fear, but really it is helpful and wonderful and can make your system sing if you take what he does for what it is and embrace it. Read More
Can Burnt Bridges Be Mended Between Audiophile Retailers' Scorched Customers?
Audiophile retailers and consumers are in a bit of a battle, but it doesn't have to be that way. Jerry Del Colliano presents a few ideas that both groups can put into practice to get things back on track. Read More