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HomeTheaterReview.com is famous for their insightful home theater, consumer electronics and AV industry Featured News Stories. No other specialty AV publication offers such insights into the consumer electronics industry than HTR and these articles written by the likes of Jerry Del Colliano, Adrienne Maxwell, Andrew Robinson and others are as good as it gets when it comes to taking a hard look at the future of the hobby, passion and business known as audiophilia, consumer electronics and home theater.

Report: Tweeter May Reopen While in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Report: Tweeter May Reopen While in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Twice, an industry trade magazine, has indicated that the Tweeter chain of electronics stores may reopen its doors tomorrow to further liquidate their inventory. The company recently filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Tweeter was one of the largest mid-level retailers in the marketplace and had previously acquired regional retailers like Bryn Mawr Stereo, Hi-Fi Buys and Dow. Read More

 
Five Times the Resolution of 1080p -

Five Times the Resolution of 1080p - "4k Video" and the Digital Cinema Standard

By Andrew Robinson

 

Blu-ray won the HD wars, but it has yet to really take hold because it took awhile for the price of players to come down and for quality titles to become available to consumers. The next frontier in HD video will be something called 4Kwhich is a digital cinema format with a resolution of approximately 4,000 horizontal pixels. Read More

 
Sirius Radio Hanging On By a Thread With Subscribers After Merging With Unpopular XM Music Content

Sirius Radio Hanging On By a Thread With Subscribers After Merging With Unpopular XM Music Content

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

The merger between Sirius and XM satellite radio hasn't been a smooth one for the company or for consumers. Mel Karmazin has more or less destroyed a lot of the most popular music programming on Sirius. On-air talent is no longer being heard on the air and subscribers now have to pay more money to get additional tiers of programming. Read More