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How To Avoid Internet Dependence In Your Home and Home Theater

How To Avoid Internet Dependence In Your Home and Home Theater

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Today's hot, new A/V products all have Internet connectivity and a host of Web-oriented applications. Of course we're all addicted to the Internet, but is it a good idea to get our home theater and home automation systems addicted, too? Read More

 
AV Retailers Aggressively Push For The Upsell Despite The Down Economy

AV Retailers Aggressively Push For The Upsell Despite The Down Economy

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

HomeTheaterReview.com publisher/editor Jerry Del Colliano weighs in on the various methods audio/video retailers are employing to move product, even in an economy where most consumers are feeling the pinch and are consequently reluctant to spend money. Read More

 
Has Netflix Dug Its Own Grave?

Has Netflix Dug Its Own Grave?

By Andrew Robinson

 

Not everybody wants to watch movies on their computers. Netflix, however, seems to believe that their consumer base desires to watch films online, because the company has announced that it is moving away from renting hard copies in favor of streaming downloads. Read More

 
New Home Theater Trend - 2.1 Speaker Surround Sound

New Home Theater Trend - 2.1 Speaker Surround Sound

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

The latest trend in home theater technology is 2.1 speaker surround sound. This allows audio and video enthusiasts to bring investment grade audiophile gear to an audio video system. Previously, the equipment was practically considered disposable. Read More

 
Is 3D Laying Down On The Job? Why 3D Is Only One Reason To Buy an HDTV Today

Is 3D Laying Down On The Job? Why 3D Is Only One Reason To Buy an HDTV Today

By Dr. Ken Taraszka

 

In this HTR exclusive, Dr. Ken Taraszka talks about what can be expected from these new sets, both benefits and demerits, including how the glasses work, the best and worst physical positions for viewing, and what type of monitors best display this format. Read More

 
Whale Hunting In The Desert - $20,000 Plus AV Components Are Everywhere At CES

Whale Hunting In The Desert - $20,000 Plus AV Components Are Everywhere At CES

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Many of the products at the January 2011 Consumer Electronics Show indicate that despite the poor state of the economy, companies are still looking to make sales of big ticket items. The market for these products is getting smaller and smaller due to the economy, but that doesn't appear to be stopping companies from trying to sell these high priced items. Read More

 
Deflowering the Myth and Mystery of the CES Trade Show

Deflowering the Myth and Mystery of the CES Trade Show

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

The Consumer Electronics Show that happens every year in Las Vegas doesn't get quite the media blitz that occurs every July at Comic-Con in San Diego, but there is still a lot of hype surrounding CES. HomeTheaterReview.com is here to help you decode the buzz. Read More

 
Big Box Stores Finally Figured Out How To Make Money Selling Video - Can Mom & Pop Keep Up?

Big Box Stores Finally Figured Out How To Make Money Selling Video - Can Mom & Pop Keep Up?

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

As flat-screen televisions become ever more affordable for the consumer, they become ever less profitable for the retail chains that sell them. However, Vizio has found a way to put together stores and home video distributors, helping both without hurting us. Read More

 
CES 2011 Trade Show Coverage

CES 2011 Trade Show Coverage

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is where all the top-flight electronics manufacturers display and demonstrate their new products and projects. The staff of HomeTheaterReview.com was on hand to report on everything there worth knowing about. Read More

 
Is Blu-ray Better Than Streaming or Pay-Per-View For Your Hard Earned Home Video Budget?

Is Blu-ray Better Than Streaming or Pay-Per-View For Your Hard Earned Home Video Budget?

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Depressingly enough for those of us who value artistry in both our hardware and our software, market forces are often dictated by those who want things that come quickly and easily, even if these things are not as good as products that may call for a little more time and effort. Read More