Here, we cover the best of the best in LCD, LED, Plasma, 3D and giant screen TVs. Whether you are looking for a set to put in your kitchen or the centerpiece for a new home theater we’ll give you the inside scoop on what’s out there and whether it is worth the money.
Sure HDTV is great, and gives you a clearer picture, but what do all of those numbers mean? What’s the difference between 720p and 1080i? What options do you have for watching HD media? How do you get the best picture possible out of your TV? We’ve got the answers to all these questions and more.
Are you looking to give yourself a high quality HDTV for Christmas this year? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve collected reviews of the latest and greatest in High Definition Televisions in this one stop shopping guide to HDTV.
There are several enhancements and new features found in WinDVD Pro 11, including automated 2D to 3D conversion for certain types of video files. But is it worth the $80 price? Let’s review these capabilities in a little more detail.
With the rapid advancement of HDTV technology is the past 10 years it is hard to imagine what we might be seeing in the near future. Tomorrow’s TV is likely to be much thinner and up to four times as sharp as the models available today. Take a look in the Bright Hub crystal ball at the future of TV.
The battle between DVD and Blu-ray is over and Blu-ray has won - that means it is safe to consider upgrading. This could be for a computer or to watch movies, but either way this complete guide to Blu-ray can help you make informed decisions.
Until recently the cost of DVD recorders made them a niche item. As they combine with the abilities of DVRs and come down in price, the question becomes not, “Should I get a DVD recorder?” but rather, “What kind of DVD recorder is best?”
If you are looking for a top-notch universal disc player to add to your home theater setup, the Marantz UD7006 Blu-ray/DVD player may be just what you are looking for. It has superb picture quality and features 7.1 HD audio output. You can even stream online video, but is really worth the price tag?
Home media installers spend the bulk of their days either working directly in a customer’s home or at local trade shows. This is a great opportunity for someone who is both outgoing and technically savvy.