HDTVetc.com Relaunches Online HDTV Educational and Review Site

By |


HDTVetc_HP.gif

Home theater enthusiast print magazine, HDTV Etc., has been reinvented and relaunched as an online resource for consumers looking to get educated before they buy their next LCD, plasma, LED, OLED or front-projection HDTV.

"Consumers are rightfully confused when talking about HDTV," says Jerry Del Colliano, publisher of the new HDTV Etc. "HDTV Etc. explains in simple terms how to understand the difference between 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p video. The revamped publication explains 120 Hz and 240 Hz refresh rates, what Blu-ray player to buy, HDMI issues and much more. Before going to an independent dealer, a big box reseller like Best Buy or a warehouse store like Costco or Wal-Mart, consumers would be well advised to do their research on HDTVetc.com before they plunk down their credit cards."

HDTVetc.com syndicates dozens upon dozens of reviews of the latest 1080p plasma and LCD HDTV players, as well as dozens more front projector reviews from its sister site, HomeTheaterReview.com, so that consumers are likely to find comprehensive, professional reviews of the specific HDTVs that they are considering for purchase. These reviews cover both the upside and the often glossed-over downside of each HDTV being considered. The reviewers are professional video calibrators, former home theater print magazine editors and Hollywood film directors.

As Blu-ray booms as a consumer format, HDTVEtc.com has added 40-year-veteran video reviewer Bill Warren (Leonard Maltin Movie Guide, AVRev.com) exclusively to the HDTVEtc.com staff as Video Editor. Bill and his staff will review the latest 1080p, BD Live HD software from Hollywood studios. HDTVEtc.com also has nearly every commercially available Blu-ray player reviewed on the site.

HDTVEtc.com often offers consumers sweepstakes so that they can win home theater, audiophile and HDTV prizes. Entry is free. In May 2009, HDTVEtc.com is co-sponsoring a give-away where consumers can win a $1,325 speaker system from Internet retailer, Orb Audio.

For more information about HDTVetc.com or HomeTheaterReview.com, contact Jerry Del Colliano at 310.860.9988 or Jerry@HomeTheaterReview.com

About Del Colliano Enterprises Inc. and HomeTheaterReview.com: Del Colliano Enterprises Inc. is the parent company of luxury consumer electronics publications such as HomeTheaterReview.com and HDTVetc.com. DCEI also owns search engine optimization firm 90210 SEO and owns interests in Hollywood movies, including Andrew Robinson's April Showers. DECI's CEO, Jerry Del Colliano was the founder and publisher of AVRev.com, ModernHomeTheater.com and AVRevForum.com. He sold those sites to Internet Brands (INET) in February 2008.


Latest Industry Trade News

Jul 17
Ambisonic Systems Partners with Origin Acoustics for First Residential Outdoor Speaker If you've been thinking about ways to get theater-quality sound outdoors, there's a new option for you to consider. Ambisonic...
Ambisonic Systems Partners with Origin Acoustics for First Residential Outdoor Speaker

Jun 22
Tix Available Now for HiFi Summit, the World's First Online AV Tradeshow AV trade shows have always been a tradeoff. Sure, they can be great for business and business connections, as well...
Tix Available Now for HiFi Summit, the World's First Online AV Tradeshow

Mar 17
Universal Brings First-Run Films Home Early Universal is bringing home theatrical releases much quicker than expected due to COVID-19.
Universal Brings First-Run Films Home Early

Mar 10
AXPONA Delayed Due to COVID-19 Concerns The popular regional audio show has been rescheduled from April 17-19 to August 7-9, 2020, due to concerns about the novel coronavirus.
AXPONA Delayed Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Oct 04
Sound United Will Not Be Acquiring Onkyo's Home Audio Division Looks like Onkyo, Pioneer, Pioneer Elite, and Integra aren't coming under the Sound United umbrella after all.
Sound United Will Not Be Acquiring Onkyo's Home Audio Division

  • Comment on this article

Post a Comment
comments powered by Disqus