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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #525: Acer H6500 DLP projector

By The HT Guys • Apr 6 2012, 6:24am

When we started the podcast back in 2005, CRT projectors dominated home theater. As great as they looked, they were big, expensive and required routine maintenance to keep them in top form. Today there are a wide variety of digital options that are both inexpensive and very easy to install and maintain. One option for those interested in trying out a 100' or 120' TV in their home theater is the Acer H6500 DLP projector.

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #497: Optoma HD33 3D 1080p Projector

By The HT Guys • Sep 23 2011, 4:15am

One complaint we have about 3D is that it needs to be immersive if you are to appreciate the effect. Since most of us can't afford 100 inch plasmas, a front projector is pretty much the only choice you have for this type of experience, albeit an expensive one. Enter the Optoma HD33 ($1500). Its a 1080p DLP projector that supports 3D.

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #418: Front Projector Technologies

By The HT Guys • Mar 26 2010, 3:39am

We have to admit, we got a little giddy when we got an email from Jason asking us to go over the various technology options available for front projector home theaters. With rear projection television fading into the sunset, we don't often get the opportunity to talk about the various merits of LCD, DLP, and LCoS projection technologies anymore. It'll be like the good old days.

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast #269 - How to get rid of your old electronics

By The HT Guys • Apr 22 2008, 4:57am

In Episode 260 we covered various options for energy efficient home theaters. One of those involved making sure you look for the Energy Star logo on the products you buy. After all just because we want to watch HDTV doesn't mean our kids should be robbed of watching Quad-HDTV when they grow up. There are a lot of colors talked about in home theaters, white noise, black-out shades, red lasers, blu-ray...even rainbows on your DLP TV. But today we're going to continue in the green theme. Listener Greg from Michigan thought it would be a good idea to round out the discussion; we've talked about how to buy gear, now we'll cover how to get rid of it.

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast #251 - Mitsubishi 73" DLP In-Store Impression

By The HT Guys • Feb 18 2008, 5:19pm

Today we go through an article published in Sound and Vision Magazine entitled M-Card: Possible Its a guide that will help you obtain and use the new Multi Stream Cable Card.

Braden has been contemplating a new screen for his home theater, and the 73" DLP from Mitsubishi would fit quite nicely. So just like any good audio video enthusiasts would do on the weekend, he packed up the kids and spent some quality time at Best Buy and Magnolia to check it out.

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HDTV Podcast #193

By The HT Guys • Jul 31 2007, 12:52pm

Back in April of 2005, Episode #2 in fact, we did a comparison between LCD, DLP and Plasma as your three main choices for living room HDTVs. The landscape has changed a little since then, so we've decided to update the comparison. We also had to add flat panel LCD and LCoS to the discussion. Like the original, we're sticking with only the digital display types. Sorry CRT fans.

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HDTV Podcast #164

By The HT Guys • Apr 20 2007, 1:47pm

We discuss a blog about the top 20 reasons why Home Theater is better than the Movie Theater. Then we review the Mitsubishi WD-65831 65" 1080p DLP.