Category Archives: Home Theater
This isn’t really a trick question, but it is one where you will rarely get an honest answer from the sales person in your favorite electronics store. Prices for HDMI cables vary widely. You can find cables that sell for … Continue reading
Although the hardware component needed to view the new Blu-ray 3D movies has been available since about may of 2010, the most important part has been missing: Blu-ray 3D movies.
We found a program offered by Warner Brothers Studios that will upgrade standard Warner Brothers movies on DVD to their Blu-ray versions at a minimal cost.
The announcements made at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) regarding a range of new 3D home theater products raised a lot of excitement, but also raises quite a few questions. When we visited CES, several reps gave us vague … Continue reading
We just returned from the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. 3D home theater technology was well-represented by most of the major HDTV manufacturers and was one of the major attractions for the show. Good quality 3D movies and … Continue reading
The Blu-ray Disc Association has approved a specification for 3D movies for home theaters. Agreeing to a standard is a critical step in order to avoid a battle over competing standards like we saw with Blu-ray versus HD DVD. It … Continue reading
Netflix just announced that it is offering a free instant streaming video disc for the Sony PS3 gaming console that allows Netflix members to view movies from their growing library of streaming video movies.
The ideal laser television should be capable of delivering bright colors, large format screens and should consume very little power. If perfected and delivered to the market at a low cost, this approach has the ability to replace most existing … Continue reading
We just ran into a new Blu-Ray player problem. The problem manifests itself during the boot process where only a small window of the video is visible in the center of the screen.
Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and other HDTV manufacturers appear to be positioning themselves for new 3D movie technology introductions in 2010.