By The HT Guys • 8 hours ago
4K or UltraHD technology is starting to approach mainstream, and the options for 4K TVs is getting better all the time.
In a quick glance at the choices selling right now at Amazon.com, we were surprised to see how many there are, and how affordable the have quickly become.
Of course, Vizio isnâ€™t in the list yet, so if youâ€™re waiting for that like a certain HT Guy might be, youâ€™ll have to keep waiting.
But if you need a new TV now, 4K might be within reach.<img alt="" border="0" src="http://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=htguys.wordpress.com&blog=8935650&post=779&subd=htguys&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1" />
By Ken Werner • Jul 18, 6:56pm
Repeat after me: 4K TV does NOT require native 4K media.
Again: 4K TV does NOT require native 4K media.
The reason I’m repeating myself — not only in the previous sentence, but also in echoing other articles I’ve written — is that self-styled experts continue to say that 4K TV will not be successful […]
By The HT Guys • Jul 18, 9:42am
Back in May of 2013 we reviewed one of Pioneerâ€™s entry Elite models the VSX-70.
At that time we were impressed with the sound quality but the MSRP of $750 may have been a barrier for some.
Now Pioneer has introduced two new entry Elites (VSX-80 MSRP $700 and VSX-44 MSRP $500) that have more capability and lower prices.
We take a closer look at the VSX-44.<img alt="" border="0" src="http://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=htguys.wordpress.com&blog=8935650&post=777&subd=htguys&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1" />
By Rodolfo La Maestra • Jul 12, 4:25am
On my previous article of the "Living with 4K" series I described the upgrade program Sony offers for their VPL-VW1000ES 4K projector ($24,999).
This article covers the actual upgrade procedure, performance observations after the upgrade, and final comments about who may benefit in doing the upgrade and why.
By Pete Putman • Jul 12, 12:15am
Aereo, having lost its appeal to the Supreme Court, has done a turnabout and is asking the 2nd Circuit to be classified as a cable TV service provider.