By The HT Guys • Feb 20, 6:54am
The idea of cutting the cord, removing your reliance on Cable or Satellite to provide the hundreds of channels you rarely watch, has been a pipe dream for many of us.
Sure, for those close enough to a transmitter, an over the air antenna really helps fill the void.
Netflix and Hulu are great as well.
But if you like to watch a lot of TV, you're still left wanting.
Sling TV may actually be the answer.
By Ken Werner • Feb 19, 8:29pm
We have just succeeded in wrapping our heads around the fact that quantum-dot enhancement can signficantly increase the color gamut and color saturation of LCDs with little — and eventually no — increase in system cost.
Now, with its “Iris” mobile display co-processor, Pixelworks is giving us another example of improved display performance with, in […]
By The HT Guys • Feb 13, 8:57am
Since the beginning of this podcast we have been on the lookout for a product that will wirelessly transmit audio from your receiver to the surround speakers.
To date there have been a few that sort of got the job done.
To be fair, a lot depends on where your live.
In areas that do not have a lot of interference you have a much better chance of success with most products.
In areas where home are right on top of each other, or have a lot of wireless devices you may be better off running cable.
By Pete Putman • Feb 12, 11:12pm
Ultra HD: Live From the 2015 HPA Tech Retreat As I write this, it is the morning of Day 2 at the annual Hollywood Post Alliance Tech Retreat.
This annual conference brings together the top minds across a wide range of disciplines in the media production business.
Cameras, lenses, codecs, displays, file formats and exchanges, […]
By The HT Guys • Feb 6, 11:15am
This is the time of the year when HDTV and Home Theater take a quick nap.
CES has come and gone, the Super Bowl is done, and there's a bit of a lull in activity until March Madness kicks in.
Sure there may be some mid-season shows that pop up, but we're always looking for ways to spice things up.
So what better way than a full revamp of our Dish Network gear?