BY NOW YOU’VE LIKELY HEARD something about Ultra HD TVs, also known as 4K TVs. If you’re curious about this latest television viewing experience, read on. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about the new world of Ultra HD TVs.Get the Guide
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IF YOU’RE IN THE MARKET for a new home theater projector, you’re going to need to learn a little about light. Why? Because the light sources we’ve become accustomed to using in home theater projectors—big hot lamps—are going away, and they’re being replaced by LEDs and lasers. Yup, lasers.
Why the need for new light sources? Traditional home theater projector lamps run hot and then die. They often require noisy fans to keep them from melting the projector’s innards, and they last only a few thousand hours. If you use your projector a lot, you could end up spending $300–$400 every couple of years for new lamps.
The more sophisticated a home theater system is, the more important an intuitive control system becomes; follow our advice to find your ideal controller.Get the Guide
The company’s latest Colorific model combines sRGB color accuracy and twice as much ANSI contrast than LCD.Get the Guide
A video projector can utilize one of several different display technologies, so know your options.Get the Guide
Intense colors, deep blacks and eShift 4K processing add up to a top home theater projector.Get the Guide
The new MX525, MS524, and MW526 have Colorific imaging to display more than 1 billion colors.Get the Guide
An awkward room gets remodeled into a custom theater with automated lighting and 4 subwoofers.Get the Guide
Lamps are for heating up fast food, not for high-performance home cinemas.Get the Guide
We know that Electronic House readers love everything about the connected home. But how about everyone else? It seems that the average consumer is starting to catch on. According to a new report published by MarketsandMarkets, the total Connected Living Room Market is expected to cross $957.65 billion by 2020. In case you’re wondering, the […]Get the Guide