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HDTV Magazine Podcasts Archive (June, 2009)

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast #379 - Yamaha RX-V565BL Receiver

By The HT Guys • Jun 26 2009, 6:47am

An HD picture is only half of the Home Theater experience. To complete it you need a good sound system. On this show we routinely talk about receivers that cost $750 and more which frustrates many listeners who want advanced features without spending a ton of money. The Yamaha RX V565 may be the machine that some of you have been looking for. At $430 its not the most capable machine out there but for some it will be a major step up over what they currently have been listening to.

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast #378 - Tips for Tuning Your Surround Sound

By The HT Guys • Jun 19 2009, 7:57am

Never a shortage of things to talk about, topics in this episode range from the best football movie of all time - and yes, we are talking about American football (although Goal! would have been up there if we weren't). We dive into projectors a little bit and talk about the new HD streaming service Epix. The show closes with a discussion of an article from Electronic House about how to tune your surround sound system.

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast #377 - Panasonic TC-P54G10 Plasma HDTV

By The HT Guys • Jun 12 2009, 6:40am

Some say that Plasma is dead but they forgot to tell Panasonic. Today we take a look at the G10 line of plasmas more specifically the TC-P54G10 54 inch THX Certified 1080p TV. From what we can tell, plasmas are not dead yet! At $1900 it the best bang for the buck flat panel on the market.

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast #376 - Summer HDTV Fun, Outside

By The HT Guys • Jun 5 2009, 6:30am

It's almost become an annual tradition for us to do a feature on backyard HDTV for summertime. This time of year there isn't much to watch on TV, so we have concentrated mostly on movie setups. We'll expand the scope a little this year, and hopefully provide a little something for everyone.