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HDTV Magazine Podcasts Archive (May, 2010)

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #427: brite-View Air HD Review

By The HT Guys • May 28 2010, 6:11am

A few weeks ago water damage in Braden's home forced him to remove the ceiling in his family room. He took advantage of this "opportunity" to run some new cables to allow for the installation of a front projector. Of course, one of the necessary cables in that endeavor was HDMI. But not everyone wants to rip out their ceiling to run HDMI.

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #426: 2009 – 2010 TV Season Ratings Recap

By The HT Guys • May 21 2010, 6:23am

Each year in the middle of May the TV season wraps up here in the US. High Definition TV is a big part of our HD experience and from time to time we like to take the pulse of what Americans are watching. On today's show we want to recap the top 20 shows based on Nielson's rating system.


HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #425: Surround Sound – The New Formats

By The HT Guys • May 14 2010, 6:43am

We came across an article at Home Theater Magazine about the various 7.1 speaker configurations available today. It got us thinking. Do we take the standard 7.1 configuration: 3 in the front, 2 on the sides, 2 in the back, for granted? If we could put the speakers anywhere we wanted to, where would they go?

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #424: Home Automation – Control4

By The HT Guys • May 7 2010, 6:32am

Lately we have become big fans of home automation. While not exactly home theater, home automation is like a first cousin. Home automation is routinely used to control home theaters. After all who wouldn't want to press one button on a controller and have the lights dim, audio system turn on, and have the projector playing the latest movie off your video server?