Home TV & Video: Purchasing, setting up and getting the most from your home entertainment systems
Watching media whether it be cable, analog, digital, satellite, or a streamed video network comes in many formats and works across many platforms. You may be wanting to buy a new LCD flat screen, mount and watch on one of a thousand high tech TVs that hit the market every month, stream and share video files across a network, or set up HDMI, DTV, DLP… The choices for home vision are diverse and sometimes complex. However getting the most from your TV or projector setup can make the difference between an average and exceptional home theater experience. Here we offer the home entertainment enthusiast help when setting up, converting and configuring a TV, projector, monitor or PC for stunning home visuals. This topic looks at such subjects as, how to wire up an LCD for satellite TV, DVD and HDMI? And troubleshooting home video playback and streaming, etc. We also offer advice for those wanting to buy the best TV or projector for their home theater needs.
The holidays are fast upon us, Black Friday has come and gone. With so few shopping days left until Christmas you need a good source for your bargin holiday buying help. No worries, here Bright Hub looks at the best TVs of the 2011 season just in time for the X-mas rush.
In this comprehensive selection of reviews, we cover everything from the ultra small Sony OLED XEL-1 to the mammoth 92 inch Mitsubishi 3D offering. No style is left out, with options for Plasma lovers, LED and LCD aficionados, and those who can’t imagine a world without the magic of mirrors (DLP).
Learn about the features of Google TV. Find out which television models have it with this Google TV review.
Compare Google TV vs. Apple TV and see which one displays more online content on the television. Discover the features of each service and find out which devices are compatible with them.
If Sony’s Google TV is not for you, consider upgrading to one of the following Internet TVs. Discover the features of each one and determine which alternative to Google TV is right for you. If you like your current TV, look at peripheral devices that connect to the Internet.
If you are ready to get that movie theater experience in your own home, you need to know what components you need to put together your home theater system. We’ve put some ideas together for you about the most necessary components you will need to get your system set up and ready to blow you away.
XpanD X103 glasses claim to be compatible with all types of 3D-enabled displays including TV sets, computer monitors and cinema screen. Are they worth your money? Read on to find out.
It’s not always easy to find the remote control codes you need when you are programming a universal remote. This guide covers universal remote control codes for Vizio brand televisions.
Finding the best deal on a 19” LCD DVD TV can be hard if you don’t know what features you are looking for. To make it easier, determine first what you want in a TV with DVD playback capability.
Whether you want home TV sent over Internet to a computer, mobile device or simply want to watch streaming video on your big screen TV, you can circumvent the artificial barriers built by the providers with just a bit of effort. This article covers ways to move video from one platform to another.
Watch movies in theater-like surroundings right in the comfort of your own home. Make a home cinema your next project and reap the benefits. Here’s how to do it.
Vizio TV problems giving you a headache? Fix them! You can learn how to fix common Vizio LCD TV problems with this TV repair guide.
The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 Projector is a powerful projector – but, is the price right? Does it have all of the features that you want? Find out more in this home theater projector review.
There’s just no denying it. the Xpand x102 3D glasses just look super cool. But, do their usability live up to their style. Learn more in this 3D shutter glasses review.
Is your Mitsubishi TV broken? Look no further. Here we have a guide on fixing your TV yourself safely, making small repairs and finding an expert. You will also learn things about your warranty and what to do if you cannot get your TV fixed.
Streaming wireless video to your HDTV is the holy grail of home theater – watch any video on the internet on the big screen, instantly! – but can be tough to set up. This guide explains the options and shows how you can get your HDTV to accept wireless video.
Internet ready TVs are pushing the boundaries of home entertainment as they offer the endless amount of content available online right on your TV set. Add to that their high definition capability and you have a superb home entertainment experience.
What’s the buzz about free satellite TV over the Internet? Do you need to purchase special software to view shows over your home theater system? How do you watch them without burning a hole in your pocket?
Home cinema projectors give you a way of experiencing the theater in your house. You can also play games or watch different video formats from your computer using these projectors.
Vizio is one of the leading names in high definition home televisions and now they offer several models with built in WiFi. When you are ready to purchase a Vizio LED WiFi HDTV there are two major considerations; size and price.