By The HT Guys • Sep 30 2008, 6:10am
We've talked about DLNA, or Digital Living Network Alliance, several times before - on Episodes 264 and 161 both get into the nitty gritty on what it is and what it's for.
Let's just cut it short and say that it's a way for consumer electronic devices to share media content.
You've got DLNA servers that dish out content and DLNA players that play it back.
There are a ton of great options out there for DLNA players, as well as a bunch of server options.
While many of the players are top notch, we're having trouble tracking down a really good server.
By The HT Guys • Sep 26 2008, 6:47am
Dennis from Medina OH sent us a link to an article that ran down a list of Black Friday Predictions at BlackFriday @ GottaDeal.com.
We want to do the same thing.
The only rules we had were not to read the article prior to making our predictions.
The article has predictions about computers, computer peripherals, GPS, and all things electronic.
Our predictions will stay in the realm of HDTV and Home Theater.
We also recently received an email asking us for a good solution to archive old family videos that are locked away on VHS tapes.
Many options require you to use the hard drive of your computer for the recording process.
Today we take a look at a devices that easily connects to your analog sources and records to multiple destinations.
The Neuros OSD lets you convert your treasured videos to digital so they can be enjoyed for years to come.
By The HT Guys • Sep 23 2008, 5:33am
There's a lot of talk about the economy these days.
Things are slowing down and people are trying more than ever to make their hard earned money work for them.
We don't claim to be financial advisers or economic experts, we don't even play them on the Internet, but we do have a few options for those looking to enjoy HDTV while riding out a difficult economy.
Because as we all know, some things in life are optional, Starbucks, Swedish massages, expensive creams and lotions ...
but HDTV is not.