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  1. Choosing Your Plasma TV - Features to Look for When Purchasing a Plasma Television By Andrew Ghigo
    What to look for when buying a Plasma TelevisionAs with all big screen TVs, the choice of a plasma television is in reality a function of finding the right trade-off between screen size and supported features for your available budget.This budget issue is even more important when it comes to plasma TVs. It is true that we are seeing more and more of the so-called cheap plasma TVs in the sub-$2000 price tag, yet as one starts stretching the screen size over and above the 42-inch entry-level mar…


  2. Home Theater Control – It's The Remote, Stupid! By Steve Faber
    It’s the one piece of equipment that can really make or break your home theater system; the remote control. It’s no good to have the latest and greatest gear and world’s biggest DVD collection if you can’t figure out how to use anything. True home theater nirvana is a fantastic performing system anyone can use with a single button press.Many of today’s home theater receivers and surround processors come with a “smart” remote control. Some of these are actually pretty good too. B&K and Denon co…


  3. Plasma TV - What is the Debate? By Dale L
    Plasma TV ReviewPlasma TV review? Anyone who tells you that plasma is the best or worst of the television industry is trying to get you to overlook their bias. The fact is that if you want a new TV that can hang on the wall and produce a bright image, plasma may be the best TV to buy. The electronics industry is behind this technology, so you should look at it.So how does Plasma work?First introduced in 1964, the plasma television manufacturers have made huge improvements in processing and man…


  4. Where to Buy HD Radios By Douglas Hanna
    HD Radio is a new technology that enables AM and FM radio stations to broadcast their programs digitally, a tremendous technological leap from today's familiar analog broadcasts. These digital broadcasts provide listeners with radically improved audio quality, more radio channels through multicasting, and new data services.It's possible that you might find an HD radio at your neighborhood Best Buy or Circuit City – especially if you're looking for an HD car audio system. There are also several…


  5. Hitachi 55 Plasma TV-- Hitachi 55HDM71 55in HDTV Ready Plasma Television By Jeremy Hier
    The Hitachi 55 plasma tv delivers five-star performance in a 55-inch screen. With an aspect ratio of 16:9 and resolution at a whopping 1366 x 768, this plasma display device is unsurpassed.Hitachi has developed a new ten-bit image process that handles over a billion color display gradations, and produces the highest blacks and deepest saturation of any plasma tv unit.Mount this elegant monitor on a stand or on the wall; at just over four inches thick, it takes up virtually no space in your roo…


  6. LCD Vs Plasma HDTV By Kenny Hemphill
    LCD vs plasma HDTV – which is best? If you’re looking for a flat-screen, slim and sexy display, to watch HDTV, you have a choice of two technologies, LCD and gas plasma.Each has benefits and disadvantages and so each is more appropriate in specific circumstances.Historically, the LCD vs plasma HDTV choice has been fairly simple. If you wanted a flat-screen that was about 40in or bigger, you had to choose plasma, otherwise you should choose LCD. However, as LCD technology improves, LCD HDTVs…


  7. TV: LCD vs Plasma TV By Jay Carmichael
    If you are looking at getting a new TV, or building a home theater, then there is quite a bit of research to be done before you make the plunge. Right now there are two competing technologies for High Definition Flat Screen TV. The first is LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) and the second Plasma TV. Both will offer a great picture, perfectly flat screens which will keep your straight lines looking straight, and immunity from magnetic distortion, but which technology is better? What are their pr…


  8. HDTV? You Aint Seen Nothing Yet! By Bob Wood
    Remember the Osborn? Or was it the Osborne? Actually, I knew it existed, but didn’t care. This thing was a personal computer. Like we’d ever need one of those? Those new electric typewriters with memory were the rage. THAT was something!Flash forward and we are upon the reverse engineered UFO goodies. Oh, wait, no, that’s not exactly right.It’s the dawning of the age of Aquarius, age of Aquarius, Ah QUAR EEEE USSS. Um, no, that was some time ago.It’s the age of $3 US Gas. Not a good m…


  9. Plasma TV for the Home Theater By Tom Ace
    One of the hottest topics in home entertainment is home theater. And one of the hottest topics in home theater is plasma TV.Plasma TV for your home theater is actually only a receiver, much like your computer monitor, and is only one component of a great home theater. Still, it's an arguable point that the plasma TV is the part of the home theater package that you'll be viewing and is therefore a very important component.Consider the technology of the plasma TV and you'll understand why this i…


  10. Plasma TV A Big Screen For a Little Room By Tom Ace
    One of the biggest drawbacks of the big screen television is the space needed for the television set itself. The plasma TV technology has made it possible to incorporate a big screen television into a small room. To understand how this change came about, briefly consider the difference in technology between a traditional television set and a plasma TV.For the majority of time that television sets have been used as part of the home entertainment system, the television picked up a analog signal …


  11. Things to Look for When Buying a Cordless Microphone By Mantius Cazaubon
    Wireless microphones have numerous uses, from amateur to professional, from bars and clubs to educational institutions and churches. A good, reliable wireless microphone system can be an excellent addition to any of the mentioned locations, but it can also be used on stage, during a concert, a prize contest, announcing a play or for karaoke. Radio and TV stations often use such cordless microphones with great success. There are several frequency ranges in which you can get a microphone: VHF, U…


  12. Plasma TV Be Aware When Buying Online By Tom Ace
    A plasma TV may very well be the next step in your home entertainment future and the potential sources for the purchase of a plasma TV have never been better. Because a handful of retailers have jumped on the plasma TV bandwagon and started offering these televisions as part of their home electronics line, the cost of a plasma TV has never been lower. The fact that the technology has become well-established has also helped lower the cost of the plasma TV. So where do you go to find great deals…


  13. How to Place Home Theater Speakers By Jon Martin
    You have your television and home theater receiver; you just bought your new speakers and subwoofer and are ready to test things out. It's time to break out the measuring tape because precision is vital to achieving the full potential of your home theater system. For this article, we are going to focus on a 5.1 surround sound system. The term "5.1" refers to the number of speakers and subwoofers in the system respectively. So for a 5.1 surround sound system, there are five speakers (the ce…


  14. How to Select a Video Display for Your Home Theater By Steve Faber
    First of all, don’t assume you need a huge video screen in your media room. If your screen is too large, visual fatigue will detract from your theater experience. A good, but general rule for screen size is to select a screen width that is half to one third the distance from the screen to the primary viewing location. You should keep the viewing cone, formed by a line going from your eyes to each side of the screen, to about thirty degrees.You can use any display device and there advantages an…


  15. Home Theater Lighting By Robert Armstrong
    Home theater lighting is something you should consider once you've got the basics of your home theater set-up, and want to go a bit further and create an atmosphere in your theater.One of the best ways to create the right atmosphere in any room is by using lighting, and home theater lighting has the added advantage that it actually improves the quality of the image on a screen.Most of us are used to watching movies in darkness, and its generally agreed that all displays are at their best …


  16. A Revolution in Home Entertainment Systems - Touchscreens & Media Servers By Steve Faber
    Home entertainment systems have come a long way since you ooh’ ed and ahh’ed because your neighbor had a few pairs of speakers that actually fit flush into his walls. That’s old news now. Even homes in comparatively modest new developments are being outfitted with a full complement of audio, network, TV and telephone wiring. In many developments the builder offers a standard wiring package and various upgrades for additional wiring, speakers, wiring enclosures and even full control systems.Sys…


  17. 1080p HDTV Sets have Started to Emerge - Should You Opt for One? By Andrew Ghigo
    It is all an issue of Image ResolutionThere are currently three different HDTV formats: 720p, 1080i, and 1080p; all three are designated as HD-Digital TV standards by the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), which adopted these formats.The main difference between these three HDTV formats is one of image resolution.The 720p is on the lower-end of the scale with an image resolution of 1280 pixels by 720 lines. The other two formats both support 1920 pixels by 1080 lines. In other word…


  18. Finding A Home Theater System Right For You By Chris Vazquez
    Most people think that in order to have a home theater system you have to have a lot of money or know someone who installs them. This simply isn't true. Home theater systems are becoming more popular in this day an age. However, being super rich or having a friend (who may or may not be an expert on electronics) tell you where to find the best deals is an unecessary risk. All you need is the basic knowledge of where to go.Ok, first you need to establish if you want a theater system with a …


  19. Should Your Next Big Screen TV be a Plasma HDTV? By Kaitlin Carruth
    Are you looking for a new big screen TV? There are several choices of different technologies for your next big screen TV. Right now one of the best and most popular items available is the Plasma HDTV technology. But how do you know which model is the right one for you? Here are some brief descriptions of the CRT technology, LCD screens, Plasma HDTV, and projectors so you can better understand your options for your next big screen TV.CRT TVsWhile it may not be as high-tech as a Plasma HDTV scr…


  20. Why You'll Replace Your DVD's After HD By Bryan D. Applegate
    Good fortune allowed me the opportunity to run out and purchase an affordable High Definition TV recently. This HDTV's only claim to fame is that the tuner is built in and it reads and delivers the 1080i resolution that defines “HD.” Naturally, it's reverse compatible with the old 480p and 720p resolution standards but I didn't have to worry about that, right?I'll refrain from specifying what I got in detail, only to tell you that it rocks! It's the smartest $750 you can spend in visual entert…


  21. Choosing a Plasma TV By Tom Ace
    You've finally made up your mind to buy a plasma TV. You dream of watching your favorite television shows in full stereo, with sharp, crisp picture resolution. But how do you go about finding your dream TV? Here are a few tips that will help you get started.The first thing that you should do is to decide on the size of the television monitor you want. Generally speaking, plasma TVs begin at around 32” and go as large as 63”. The most common screen sizes are usually 32”, 42”, 50” and 61”. …


  22. Home Audio Furniture for Beginners By Kevin Willard
    There are many choices in home furniture for a home theatre. Some choices are better for your needs than others. In order to get the best furniture to meet your needs, you should have a clear idea of what you need, seek out a reputable company, and have clear knowledge of what all options are.The most important concept in buying furniture that many people often overlook is the idea that the furniture should be not what’s best, but what is “best for you.” The most expensive furniture does not a…


  23. Panasonic 42 Plasma TV TH-42PWD7UY: The Most for Your Dollar By Jeremy Hier
    Panasonic has introduced one of their industrial models for consumers. The TH-42PWD7UY Panasonic 42 plasma tv is described as giving an outstanding viewing experience. It brings great picture quality and goes beyond other models on the market as far as overall performance.The TH-42PWD7UY is the best in image quality. It has the highest gradation in the industry along with outstanding contrast. The picture is true-to-life with detail. The screen is long-lasting compared to other plasma tvs…


  24. Plasma TV The Price Goes Down By Tom Ace
    Plasma TV has become an important part of television technology. Over the past few years, there have been several major advances in the industry, including the plasma TV. As with any major technology advances, the plasma TV is quickly becoming more affordable - good news for the consumer.There are several reasons the price of the plasma TV is becoming more affordable. The first is the same reason that most technologies come down in price - the fact that the technology becomes more widely under…


  25. The Next Revolution in Home Entertainment - IP Based Multi-Room Distribution By Steve Faber
    The Holy Grail of distributed audio; unlimited zones and unlimited sources, cost effectively. That milestone will be achieved, and soon, through the combination of digital amplification and IP based distribution systems. There are systems available today that use one or both of these technologies, such as Oxmoor's Zon system and Netlinks' Netstreams product line. The trend will only continue to grow.The beauty of this approach is that digital music is data, and, as such, can be distributed eas…






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