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Using less power is en vogue in all parts of the country and the world of home theater and audiophile products is no exception. Today's uber-thin HDTVs use many times less power than plasma HDTVs from just a few years ago. Audiophile Class-D switching amps (known as digital amps) use far less power than Class-A audiophile amps from the past. Single ended triode (SET) audiophile electronics are also easy on the power. Lighting control systems help curb the use of AC power in modern home theater media rooms. If you are looking for creative ideas and products to help save power, use less harmful materials and be more kind to the environment - you have come to the right news archive on HomeTheaterReview.com.

Elan Helps Harness Clean Energy of the Sun

Elan Helps Harness Clean Energy of the Sun

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Elan has brought the company's g! entertainment and control system to a Dallas homeowner's home in order to control and manage a massive green energy system, as well as a massive AV system. Read More

 
CEA Able to Recycle 75 Percent of Materials from 2012 CES

CEA Able to Recycle 75 Percent of Materials from 2012 CES

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The Consumer Electronics Association goes all out every year when they hold the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. For the 2012 CES, the organization decided to take a much greener approach. Read More

 
How To Avoid Being Torched By Eco-Mode On Your New HDTV

How To Avoid Being Torched By Eco-Mode On Your New HDTV

By Andrew Robinson

 

Consumers are being shafted in a way they may not even be aware of when it comes to their HDTV's picture quality. These simple steps will help ensure that you get the best picture you can out of your HDTV. Read More

 
Panasonic Eco Ad Campaign Launches in North America

Panasonic Eco Ad Campaign Launches in North America

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

In a plan to remain socially and environmentally conscious, Panasonic has begun launching an advertising campaign that will promote eco friendly actions and technology through the Panasonic brand. Read More

 
America's Greenest Home Controlled by ELAN

America's Greenest Home Controlled by ELAN

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

ELAN system controls have been installed in The "Power Haus" in Sarasota, Florida, which happens to be the most environmentally friendly - aka Green - house in the United States. Read More

 
Stewart Filmscreen Earns GREENGUARD Certification For Screens, Materials and More

Stewart Filmscreen Earns GREENGUARD Certification For Screens, Materials and More

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Stewart Filmscreen is keeping the environment in mind, so much so that GREENGUARD has granted their products certification for use around children and in schools. Read More

 
Krell's New Evolution Amps Save Power In Standby Yet Improve on Audiophile Performance

Krell's New Evolution Amps Save Power In Standby Yet Improve on Audiophile Performance

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The new Krell Evolution e series has been designed to cut down on power consumption while in standby mode amongst other new features. This includes power amps, preamps and other Krell products Read More

 
New Aria Resort at Las Vegas' City Center Wired With Control4 Automation Products

New Aria Resort at Las Vegas' City Center Wired With Control4 Automation Products

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Control4 automation has been integrated into the Aria Resort in Las Vegas. Not only does this allow in-depth system control, it allows control of energy usage. Read More

 
CEA's Tips On Recycling AV Gear

CEA's Tips On Recycling AV Gear

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Recycling old electronics is an important part of the upgrade process, but one few people practice. Just throwing electronics out is not good enough. CEA gives helpful tips to begin the process of recycling AV gear. Read More

 
California Passes Anti-Flat-HDTV Legislation To Try To Save Energy

California Passes Anti-Flat-HDTV Legislation To Try To Save Energy

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Is California's current attempt to regulate the sale of power-hungry TVs really the best approach to achieving a greener A/V industry? Does it spell demise for plasma technology? Jerry del Colliano makes his opinion pretty clear. Read on for more details. Read More