Category Archives: Home Theater 101
Football season officially kicks-off on September 7th. If you’re considering a revamp to your home theater to make this the best football season yet, we’ve got you covered with these 3 easy-to-follow guidelines.
3D/Immersive audio is the future of audio systems and headphones. But what separates it from traditional surround sound? While the two terms are often mistakenly used interchangeably, there are considerable differences between the two types of audio.
If you’re keeping up with home technology news, it’s safe to say that you’ve heard talk about smart homes and that you’ve also heard talk about outdoor home entertainment. Both are thriving industries that continue to grow, and develop technology … Continue reading
The home theater industry was one of the hardest hit industries during the height of the recession in 2008. Thankfully, with the recent boom in streaming services and changes in how media is being consumed, speakers are making a strong comeback. Wireless … Continue reading
It is no secret that most Americans choose to relax in front of the TV. Television and movies are a huge industry for one reason: people are watching. With so many people vegging out with their favorite Netflix series or … Continue reading
When is the last time you purchased a hard copy version of your favorite album? Most of us would have to think back years to remember the last CD we purchased. Other than the novelty of buying something material, there … Continue reading
Dish Network hit a few home runs at the 2017 CES with their unveiling of AirTV, Dish Anywhere and the first peek at their Alexa integrated voice control. These three services will eventually decimate consumers’ needs for Dish’s current and … Continue reading
For consumers who made a New Year Resolution to have more fun, a home theater system is a great way to check another resolution off the list. Or it could just be a good excuse to start a little home … Continue reading
In an HGTV world, ‘natural light’ is the hottest accessory for any room — but can be a home theater setup’s arch nemesis. Today’s television sets have amazing picture quality, but the darkest blacks and brightest colors won’t have the … Continue reading