4K Movies are finally available on iTunes, and while you can easily buy and rent them, there’s a cheaper option for some films. Here’s how to get 4K HDR movies for cheap on iTunes, while also receiving a handy physical copy.
There’s a new entrant in the IPTV industry. Google’s YouTube TV promises great DVR support and live local channels, but with limited channel and market availability, can its positives outweigh the negatives? Check out our initial review of the latest live TV streaming service.
Oppo is known for its high quality DVD and Blu-ray players, and now the company has finally brought its first 4K UHD player to the market. Read on to see our impressions of the new Oppo UDP-203 UHD Blu-ray player, and how it performs with both native 4K and upscaled content.
The sofa in Ara’s projector room finally gave out, and that means it’s time to buy new seating. Can Ara find some high-tech home theater seats that will please his wife and daughters? Or is another standard sofa in his future?
In the market for a new HDTV? When it comes to big screen TVs, bigger doesn’t always mean better. Before you make your next purchase, check out this TV screen size calculator which can help you find the optimal screen size based on resolution and viewing distance.
Quantum Dot technology is currently powering some visually stunning TVs, and now Samsung is set to bring the high color feature to desktop monitors. Three new Quantum Dot monitors will soon hit the market, and they look to be great choices for gaming and up-close movie watching.
Want to experience Dolby Atmos at home but aren’t able to install the 7, 9, or 11 speakers required for an optimal setup? Atmos-enabled Soundbars might be the solution, and a pair of relatively affordable Atmos Soundbars from Samsung are now available.
The Fall TV season is right around the corner. Check out the new shows that are coming to the major networks and see what the HT Guys think about each show’s chances of becoming the next mega hit.
Episode 752 of the HDTV & Home Theater Podcast features an overview of FireConnect, the latest in a long line of wireless AV technologies that promises to connect not only traditional home theater equipment, but also multiroom audio setups, digital devices, and smart home appliances.
Episode 751 of the HDTV & Home Theater Podcast looks at the history of the format wars. It’s more than just HD DVD vs Blu-ray, competing format standards date back hundreds of years. With the increasing popularity of smart home technologies, consumers are poised to be victims of yet another battle as major tech companies vie for home automation supremacy.