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Have you cut-the-cord? If you haven't gotten in on this trend here is what you need to know. Cord-cutting means that you cancel your cable or satellite service and receive TV programs, movies, and other content via alternative sources.  Use...

How the relationship between Movie Studios, Theaters, and Streaming Services is Changing. The relationship between movie studios, movie theaters, and digital streaming has been steadily changing in recent years, but the effects of COVID-19 has accelerated the process in several...

The most common question our team receives and fields has always been, “Why go wireless?” It’s a valid question and one we love to answer because, while there are some obvious reasons to go wireless, there’s a number of hidden...

Anybody can watch a movie, but not everybody has the opportunity to escape reality and immerse themselves in the story that they are watching.  Bring the sensation of the cinema into your home by getting the most out of your...

The invention of the remote control was supposed to make our home entertainment life a lot easier. Although controlling all your devices from the couch by pressing a few buttons seemed like a good idea, it's resulted in remote control...

Today's TVs are a gateway to more TV show and movie content than ever before, but they also provide access to a host of music listening options.  As you select music to listen to, depending on the source, you may...

In today's digital entertainment world, HDMI is the primary physical connection used to transfer audio/video signals between devices. Let's dig into the details of HDMI by discussing the following: Skip to section What HDMI is HDMI Version History HDCP HDMI-CEC...

With the increasing cost and hassle of cable and satellite TV, and the decreasing interest in physical media (DVD, Blu-ray, UHD Blu-ray), an ever-increasing number of consumers have "cut-the-cord" and get most, if not all of their movie, TV, and...

There are dozens of surround sound formats available for use in home theater setups, along with traditional stereo. One format getting a lot of attention is Dolby Atmos. Let’s find out:  How Dolby Atmos Works How to use Dolby Atmos ...

When the days get warm and the nights get long, an outdoor home theater may be just the ticket to get outside and enjoy a large screen movie experience. Although setting up an outdoor theater is a little different, the...

When shopping for home theater products, you may notice the THX or THX Certified label affixed to home theater receivers, speakers, Blu-ray disc players, and PC and pre-packaged audio systems. But what does THX mean for you and your home...

When you hear the words "Home Theater" do you think of something complicated and expensive? It can be but doesn't have to be if you follow our tips.  Let's get started! Keep a Budget in Mind The big question is...