In this age of digital clarity and high-definition multimedia, a lot of emphasis is put on contrast ratio. What is it exactly, and why is it so important? Let’s find out.
Your HDTV has a dozen different inputs and your PS3 is capable of output in nearly as many ways. This guide will explain the best setup for the highest quality sound and video possible from your PlayStation 3.
Choices, choices! With so many different kinds and sizes of televisions out there, how do we ever know which one is better for what we need? Here we delve into the pros and cons of DLP and LCD and offer some scenarios in which one style would be “better” than the other.
Every computer has something called a hard drive, but what exactly is it and how does it work? Most Hard Disk Drives (HDD) on the market and in computers today are made up of four major components. In this article we explain the basic functions of each of those parts.
Taking apart your desktop PC computer shouldn’t be a chore or anything to be afraid of. With a screwdriver, this guide, and a little patience, anyone should be able to do it with ease.
Contrary to popular belief, widescreen TVs were not created to match the format of widescreen films. In fact, there is no standard size for filming movies. The format controversies began years before film producers felt competition from the popularity of home TV. We begin by explaining aspect ratio.