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HDTV Magazine Podcasts Archive (October, 2010)

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Front Projection

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #449: Epson MovieMate 85HD

By The HT Guys • Oct 29 2010, 6:06am

We typically have some sort of backyard or outdoor theater discussion every summer when the weather is nice and we'd all like to take our movie watching to the great outdoors. We didn't do one this year, but maybe that's a good thing. Epson recently released the MovieMate 85HD, a perfect backyard theater projector. But it's good for much more than just outside, so you can even use it during the current rainy season.

PC & Laptop Technology

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #448: Apple’s Airplay

By The HT Guys • Oct 22 2010, 5:57am

Its no secret that we both love our whole house audio systems. Judging from the email we get its pretty clear our listeners like whole house audio as well. Braden uses the Logitech Squeezebox setup and I use Apple’s Airport Express. We tested and really like Sonos as well. So when Apple introduced their latest sharing technology called Airplay, we were intrigued to see what it offers over existing technologies.

Events & TradeshowsLED (LCD) HDTVs

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #447: Google TV and CEDIA Themes

By The HT Guys • Oct 15 2010, 12:05am

We talked a few weeks back on Episode 444 about the new product announcements from the 2010 CEDIA show in Atlanta. CEPro magazine recently posted an article about the 10 things they learned from the show. Their themes point out what could be some interesting trends for home theater over the coming months and years.


HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Podcast #446: Home Theater of the Future

By The HT Guys • Oct 8 2010, 6:54am

We’ve been doing this show for going on six years. During that period we’ve seen the Home Theater world go through a lot of changes. Technologies have been announced and have either completely failed or never lived up to their potential. We’re looking at you SED, HD DVD, and MoCA. To be fair MoCA is the closest to being a reality but its taking a long time.