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Why People's Eyes Don't Always React Well To 3D HDTV

Why People's Eyes Don't Always React Well To 3D HDTV

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Are you one of those viewers who get a headache from 3D? Here's why our experts say you may be having that problem, and what they recommend so that you can better enjoy this feature that is becoming all the rage in home theatre set-ups. Read More

 
The Top 10 Home Theater Applications For Your HDTV, Blu-ray and Other Components

The Top 10 Home Theater Applications For Your HDTV, Blu-ray and Other Components

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Adrienne Maxwell takes a look at 10 interesting content apps, in both the video and audio realms. Whether you're looking to stream movies and music, watch live TV, remotely access DVR recordings, or just find out the name of that song on the radio, this list has something for everyone. Read More

 
The Tweak Party Movement Offers Five Sonic Solutions That You've Probably Never Heard Of

The Tweak Party Movement Offers Five Sonic Solutions That You've Probably Never Heard Of

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

With the economy still hurting, many consumers are trying to find ways to improve the sound of their AV system without spending much if any money. After all, desperate times call for desperate action. Here is a list of system tweaks that range from truly stupid to things you may have simply never dreamed of before. Read More

 
Disney World of Wonder Calibration Blu-ray Disc Makes Calibration Simple

Disney World of Wonder Calibration Blu-ray Disc Makes Calibration Simple

By Tracy Rainwater

 

Disney has gone a long way to help the consumer with calibration with the Disney World of Wonder Calibration Blu-ray Disc. HomeTheaterReview.com writer Tracy Rainwater takes an in-depth look at the disc. Read More

 
Old School Audiophile Companies Resisting The Hybrid AV Business Model

Old School Audiophile Companies Resisting The Hybrid AV Business Model

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks. If that's true then there should be a second part to the adage which should go, you also can't teach a dusty old audiophile manufacturer how to sell new technologies for no other link in the chain is more resistant to going with the flow than a manufacturer still clinging to their audiophile heritage. Read More

 
Everybody Loves Applications

Everybody Loves Applications

By Dr. Ken Taraszka

 

Apps aren't just for your mobile devices - they are increasingly prevalent and even necessary in home technology, including home theater systems. This article examines some of the more popular home tech apps and talks about which ones may be best suited to your needs. Read More

 
Is 2D The New 3D?

Is 2D The New 3D?

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

HomeTheaterReview.com's publisher/editor Jerry Del Colliano has been to the CEDIA trade show in Georgia, and shares his thoughts here on why, even if 3D is not your thing, there are good reasons you may want to watch 2D content on a 3D set. Read More

 
CEDIA 2010 Show Report From Adrienne Maxwell

CEDIA 2010 Show Report From Adrienne Maxwell

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

HomeTheaterReview.com writer Adrienne Maxwell evaluates the mood at the exhibition and talks about what Sharp, JVC, Epson, Vivitek, Kaleidescape, Russound/Colorado vNet, Autonomic Controls and Disney had to offer. Read More

 
CEDIA 2010 Show Report From Ken Taraszka

CEDIA 2010 Show Report From Ken Taraszka

By Dr. Ken Taraszka

 

HomeTheaterReview.com writer Ken Taraszka talks about this year's time- and space-saving changes on the part of CEDIA, along with his take on new products from Meridian, Anthem/Paradigm, Speaker Craft, Classe, Bryston, and many more. Read More

 
CEDIA 2010 Show Report From Jerry Del Colliano

CEDIA 2010 Show Report From Jerry Del Colliano

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

The one issue on everybody's minds this year was the economy and how it is affecting the industry. The show was smaller this year but the people who were there are the survivors and the more serious industry professionals. 3D technology was also everywhere but Read More