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HDTV Magazine Podcasts Archive (February, 2010)

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #414: Wal-mart is buying Vudu

By The HT Guys • Feb 26 2010, 7:04am

Rumors surfaced earlier this week, but it has been confirmed by official press release that Wal-mart is planning to acquire Vudu, a pioneer in the instant movie service market. Wal-mart has tried to get into the online video game once before. Does this mean the death of what otherwise was a great technology, or is it a huge step in the right direction?

Cable HDTV

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #413: HT Guys HDTV Recommendations

By The HT Guys • Feb 19 2010, 6:40am

We receive emails from listeners all the time asking us which HDTV we recommend. That list will vary depending on the use case and budget of the emailer. On today's show we'd like to tell you what our picks are for a typical use scenario for low to medium budgets.

SportsInternet HD Video

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #412: VIA: Vizio Internet Apps

By The HT Guys • Feb 12 2010, 5:53am

If you happened to watch the Super Bowl and paid attention to the commercials, there were some really good ones. Bud light had a few, Doritos had a couple, but there also might have been a few that didn't make much sense to you. One of those could have been the Vizio add for their newly refreshed Vizio Internet Apps offering.

High Definition ProductionWireless HDMI/HDTV

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #411: Aperion Audio Home Audio Link (HAL)

By The HT Guys • Feb 5 2010, 7:14am

Pretty much since we have been doing the HDTV and Home Theater Podcast we have had listeners ask us about wireless solutions. We have been pretty happy with products from Rocketfishâ„¢ and AudioEngine. Today we take a look at the Aperion Audio Home Audio Link (HAL) which will transmit high quality uncompressed audio up to 100 feet.