Home Theater Review Updates Its Comments System

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Screenshot-1-19-10.gifHomeTheaterReview.com has changed the way users can post comments on the site. From now on users must either use their Facebook accounts and/or create a HomeTheaterReview.com account to post comments. This comes as many spammers and flamers have tried unsuccessfully to mar the reputation of top level AV brands and their products using fake email names and user names.

We apologize to our readers for having to edit some of the comments on a few of our reviews. We respect your opinions both positive and negative. What we wont tolerate is flaming of brands, industry executives and top level products by anonymous users who are likely powered by AV companies and or other AV publications.

When posting to HomeTheaterReview.com, please remember to keep your comments constructive and allow for more than one opinion - even when you don't agree with the publication, our writers, our editors and or our reviews. Your opinion matters and we want to hear from you. We look forward to your upcoming posts.

Sincerely,

Jerry Del Colliano
Publisher
HomeTheaterReview.com


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