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January 31, 2007

Deal of the Day: Pioneer SE-DIR800C HDPH Dolby Digital 5.1 Wireless Headphones

I've mentioned it before but I'm really a big fan of wireless headphones. In fact, I prefer to watch TV with headphones because it gives me the ability to block out outside noises and really become involved in what I'm watching. The key to to wireless headphones is to find a pair that can really handle the sound output from your TV or home theater system. One of the best sets of headphones you can look at is Pioneer SE-DIR800C HDPH Dolby Digital 5.1 Wireless Headphones. According to Amazon:

Amazon.com Product Description Don't let a sleeping family keep you from your new action adventure movie, DTS 5.1 concert, or online video game tournament by setting up these Pioneer wireless surround sound headphones. The SE-DIR800C phones, which connect to any 5.1-channel source--including a DVD player, game console, digital cable box, or satellite receiver--are equipped with Dolby Headphone technology, which produces up to five virtual loudspeakers in your head by directing and reflecting the sound from each channel. The effect is a stunning surround experience, far more dimensional than with typical headphones, and, some say, even better than with a high-performance surround speaker system. The audio is natural sounding and doesn't cause "listener fatigue" as do many other headphones. The phones also work with a variety of surround formats, including Dolby Digital, DTS, and Dolby Surround. Most conveniently, the SE-DIR800C phones are completely cordless. The small wireless transmitter connects to your source (DVD player, game console, etc.) and broadcasts a clear, strong signal via infrared technology to the headphones. Thanks to the wireless technology, you won't snag a headphone cord on furniture, your dog, your glasses, or anything else.

The phones feature a trio of "virtual room" presets from which to choose. The options actually reproduce the sound of a playback system in up to three different listening environments based on the acoustic measurements of real rooms. The small room setting (DH1) re-creates a small, well-damped room with very little reverberation that's perfect for both movies and music-only recordings, while the medium room (DH2) is a more acoustically live (or "wet") room that's well suited to both formats as well (with moderate reverberation). Meanwhile, the large room setting (DH3) offers a bigger sound, more like the audio within a concert hall or movie theater.

You just can't go wrong with headphones that incorporate Dolby Digital Surround Sound. Be sure to check out the deal at Amazon.

Compare Prices: Pioneer SE-DIR800C HDPH Dolby Digital 5.1 Wireless Headphones


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January 30, 2007

Review: Sharp SD-SP10 HTIB

If you've own or ever had the chance to listen to the Bose Wave Music System, you know you can get awesome sound in a small package. So if you're looking for a small but powerful home theater system you'll want to check out the Sharp SD-SP10 HTIB review from HomeTheaterMag.com which starts:

My office—cubicle, actually—is in Manhattan, so I get it: Despite your love of movies and music, some readers either don't want or just can't deal with a full array of five loudspeakers plus a subwoofer. Rather than settle for simple stereo (and I mean no disrespect to John Atkinson and his Stereophile crew down the hall), some overachieving sub/sat systems add often proprietary processing techniques to simulate sprawling surround sound. But what if newly released signal-processing algorithms offered so much control over the listening experience that they could turn a budget home-theater-in-a-box into a sound lab of sorts, allowing you to experiment with a previously impossible milieu of realistic audio illusions?

The system sounds pretty snazzy:

With the SD-SP10, Sharp combines the Audistry package with their high-resolution 1-Bit audio technology. This technology samples audio signals 28 times faster than a CD for more accurate reproduction of complex material. Also on board are the Dolby Virtual Speaker enhancement and Dolby Pro Logic II processing, as well as Dolby Digital and DTS decoding. These are all located inside the single main speaker's housing, along with the three-channel power amplifier. The squat, hefty, fan-cooled main unit can sit above or below your display, and it sports a pair of flip-out feet, should you wish to further direct the sound. Bare-wire cable connects it to the tall, narrow, front-ported/side-firing subwoofer. The sub has a stand for added steadiness, and it's removable.

Overall this should do the job if you're looking for a system that will fit discreetly into your home theater setup. At around $350, the Sharp SD-SP10 HTIB is right in line for a decent HTIB.

At HomeTheaterMag.com

Product Page at Sharp.com


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January 29, 2007

Evergreen EG-HDM201: A Cool Device to Connect Two HDMI Sources

For those of you out there discovering the exciting world of HDTV and HDMI, you've probably noticed that only one HDMI connector probably isn't going to cut it. I4U.com points out a handy little switch that allows you to connect to HDMI devices:

This little switch has some cool features the most important of which is the ability to allow one HDMI input on your TV to connect to two HDMI sources. To make things even more useful the Evergreen EG-HDM201 has a remote to allow you to change inputs from the comfort of your favorite chair. It has an IR receiver that is on an extension allowing you to hide the switch and still remotely control it. You might expect this to be a high cost device but Evergreen is bringing it to market at $82.

Wow, what a cool device for $82. No details on availability yet but we'll keep you posted.

At I4U.com

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January 29, 2007

Amazon DVD Releases Coming Jan. 30, 2007

I Dream of Jeannie - The Complete Third Season

Dallas - The Complete Sixth Season

Murder, She Wrote - The Complete Fifth Season

Celtic Woman - A New Journey: Live at Slane Castle, Ireland

Facing the Giants (Widescreen)


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January 26, 2007

Netflix Offers "Watch Now" Downloads for Subscribers

If you're a Netflix subscriber, you'll soon be able to watch movies on your PC or laptop at no extra charge. According to HackingNetflix.com:

Netflix has launched a new feature called Watch Now that will enable subscribers, at no additional cost, to watch movies immediately on Netflix.com. The new service does not limit the number of movies a customer can watch, instead it gives users 1 hour of video for every $1 they spend monthly (18 hours of online video is free with the $17.99 plan). Customers can watch 5 minutes of a movie, decide that they don't like it, and switch to another without penalty (many online movie rental options require watching a movie within a certain time period, such as 24 hours or 14 days, or the movie will have to be re-rented at additional cost).

The service isn't available to all subscribers yet:

Unfortunately, the Watch Now feature will only be available to a few customers at this time, and it will be rolled out to all customers over the next six months.

While there's a few limitations and will only feature about 1000 movies to start, it's still a great feature if you're a Netflix subscriber or thinking about about becoming a subscriber. Be sure to check out all of the details in the HackingNetflix.com article.

At HackingNetflix.com [via PVRBlog]

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January 25, 2007

Who Said a Wii was Just for Gaming?

For you hardcore gamers out there who are also news junkies (I'm sure there's a couple), you'll soon be able to get AP News on your Nintendo Wii. According to MSNBC.com:

Rabid video gamers could get some help keeping in touch with the outside world this weekend as Nintendo Co. launches an online news service through its popular Wii console.

The Wii News Channel, scheduled to debut Saturday, will primarily feature top news stories and photographs from The Associated Press.

Consoles with a broadband Internet connection and the Opera Web browser will be able to access the free news channel, which will offer AP news in multiple languages. Japanese-language news will come from a separate agency.

Now Gamers will be able to keep up with the headlines about how many people got bonked in the head by a Wii controller.

At MSNBC.com

Compare Prices: Nintendo Wii

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January 24, 2007

Deal of the Day: ViewSonic N3760W 37" LCD HDTV

When it comes to brand names, I've had pretty good luck with ViewSonic products. In fact for the price, I'd have to say they're one of the best electronic manufacturers out there. Amazon has a nice deal on the ViewSonic N3760W 37" LCD HDTV that you'll want to check out:

Product Description

The ViewSonic N3760W NextVision Widescreen LCD TV delivers perfectly pleasing HDTV. This beautifully-designed 37" widescreen LCD television brings optimum entertainment to any home. The new DNX Image Processing technology, combined with a super-fast 8ms response time, gives you full-color, true HDTV in 1366 x 768 resolution. Along with its high brightness and contrast ratio, the SRS ZT Audio sound makes you feel like you're in the action of your favorite movies and shows. An HDMI interface ensures long-term compatibility and the widescreen aspect ratio lets you watch DVDs and HDTV broadcasts the way they were meant to be seen. Turn your living room into a complete entertainment center -- you'll never want to leave home again.

Viewing Angles - 178 degrees, vertical and horizontal Anti-glare hard coating on glass surface NTSC/ATSC Tuner Twin 10-watt SRS TruSrround XT speakers Inputs - RGB analog, TV/cable, composite (RCA), YPbPr/YCbCr, S-Video, 3.5mm mini stereo Connectors - 15-pin mini D-sub (VGA), HDMI TV Modes - MTS, TV/CATV, auto scan, set channel, channel delete, label, favorite, fine tune OnView PC Controls adjust contrast, brightness, H & V positions, aspect ratio, text/graphic mode, fine tune, color temperature Long life 50,000 hour light source 3-pin power plug; operates on 90-240V AC; Consumption - 220 watts Compatible with PCs up to 1360 x 768, PowerMac G3 to G5 up to 1280 x 1024 Dimensions(WxHxD) - 37.93 x 28.74 x 11 (960 x 730 x 280 mm) Weight - 68.2 lbs. with stand

Be sure to check this deal out!

Compare Prices: ViewSonic N3760W 37" LCD HDTV

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January 23, 2007

Star Trek Home Theater for the Geek in all of Us

Why build a typical home theater system when you can geek it up with a Star Trek theme? A guy in Philadelphia has gone off the deep end gone creative with an awesome looking Star Trek Home Theater setup. According to an article at ElectronicHouse.com:

Gary Reighn has boldly gone where no one has gone before—or perhaps where only a few have gone. This Philadelphia-area homeowner not only built a home theater based on the command bridge of a popular science fiction show with a cult following—others have done that—but he also did it all himself. He’s responsible for everything from framing the walls to installing the equipment to crafting space view ports and simulated computer screens.

And although he insists he is not a Trekkie who dresses up and attends conventions, one might compare him favorably to the original series’ Scotty character, who was always repairing the engines and warp drives in the nick of time.

The article also states:

Gary admits he couldn’t build an audiophile- and videophile-grade system with his budget, but he appears to have done pretty well, with a high-definition Sony LCD projector capable of 720p resolution, Polk audio speakers in a 7.1 configuration, a Velodyne subwoofer, Yamaha receiver, Bravo DVD player, Philips Pronto remote, and Bass Shakers beneath the two home theater chairs in the front row. The back row seats, Gary proudly points out, are just comfortable office recliners that cost $50 each. Gary fitted each of the back-row seats with his own custom-made cup holders.

Not too shabby on a $15,000 budget. Be sure to check out the entire article for a great slideshow of one of the coolest home theater setups we've ever seen.


At ElectronicHouse.com

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January 22, 2007

Amazon DVD Releases Coming Jan. 23, 2007

Avatar The Last Airbender - Book 2 Earth, Vol. 1

Walker, Texas Ranger - The Complete Second Season

The Guardian

Saw III (Unrated Widescreen Edition)

The Waltons - The Complete Fourth Season

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LG HD-DVD/Blu-Ray Player Available for Purchase

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Best Buy now has the LG Blu-ray HD-DVD Combo Player available for order online and you may want to know it will ship on Feb 4th and not right away. While its $1,200 price tag means it's nearly the same price as our earlier post where we recommend getting a PS3 and Xbox 360 instead, at least you get both formats in a slim box.

  • Next-generation HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc format compatible, for true HDTV video with amazing color and incredible high-resolution surround sound
  • Delivers greatly enhanced video performance with standard DVDs by upconverting their video resolution to HDTV-compliant 720p, 1080i or 1080p
  • Built-in Dolby Digital Plus, DTS and DTS-HD decoders, plus 5.1-channel audio output

Via Gizmodo at Best Buy

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January 18, 2007

Get Blue Ray HD DVD and HD DVD Players the Fun Way

We've been toying around with how to get the best of both worlds in the new world of high definition DVD or HD DVD. There are two standards right now - Blue Ray from Sony and HD DVD from a slew of other companies. If you want to get a player that does both - we'll they're coming, but another good way is to purchase the Xbox 360 HD DVD Player and of course you'll need a Xbox 360 Console.

This gets you the first format - HD DVD. The easiest way to get a good Blue Ray HD DVD player? Buy a Sony PlayStation 3 of course! It comes with a Blue Ray HD DVD Player built in. All this is going to run you about 1100 bucks but in the end you have two of the next generation consoles and the both HD DVD formats.

So to sum up:

HD DVD = the Xbox 360 HD DVD Player and a Xbox 360 Console

Blue Ray HD DVD = Sony PlayStation 3

Now where did I put that credit card? Hmmm...

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January 17, 2007

Vizio 32" HD LCD TV

The Vizio L32 widescreen 32-inch LCD TV offers an HDTV display capability at 720p and 1080i, allowing you to enjoy high-definition content broadcast in either format. What do we like about this TV - it's amazing for gaming. Yep gaming. We've been using the 32" Vizio for quite some time with our XBOX 360 Core system and Gears of War looks stunning. Bang for your buck - this is a great set to have and affordable at just over $600 bucks.

At Vizio L32 32" Widescreen HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV

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January 15, 2007

No More Speaker Wires with the Philips HTS8100 SoundBar

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We have recently added another LCD TV to our basement set up for games, watching movies, and just well - watching TV. The thing we're excited about is enjoying the new HDTV not hooking up a ton of speaker wires. Thank the prophets that Philips has introduced the Philips HTS8100 SoundBar Home Theater System.

The sound bar is a simple unit that features five amplifiers and a DVD player, along with a dedicated subwoofer. The bar incorporates multiple technologies including array processing, precise driver positioning and psycho-acoustics to deliver a full surround sound experience from a single bar.

Can you say no more wires? We can.

Via Uncrate at Philips CES

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January 12, 2007

Deal of the Day: Sony DVPCX995V 400-Disc DVD Mega Changer/Player

If you're like me, getting up to put in a DVD is such a pain in the butt. That's why you want to check out this deal at Amazon on the Sony DVPCX995V 400-Disc DVD Mega Changer/Player:

Amazon.com Product Description
Conveniently store your entire DVD library (or all your favorite CDs and Super Audio CDs) in the Sony DVPCX995V 400-disc, progressive scan Mega Changer--the perfect tool for organizing your media library as well as providing extraodinary high definition sound and video to your home theater. It up-scales video to high-definition (1080i/720p) resolution and transmits high quality audio through a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI). It also features a redesigned Disc Explorer on-screen graphic interface, providing intuitive and easy access to the expansive disc library. With the ability to conveniently house and sort through 400 media discs, this cool player can eliminate the need for racks and racks of CD and DVD storage.

It features Sony's Precision Cinema Progressive circuitry, Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 channel outputs, and also offers coaxial and optical digital outputs. It's compatible with DVD-RW/-R/+RW/+R, MP3, JPEG, CD-RW/-R, VCD and SVCD formats--so it can play just about any disc you have from movies and video to music. Other convenience features include multi-disc resume (40 discs), custom parental controls (on all 400 discs), playback memory (400 discs), background graphics that display on your TV while music plays, and a multi-brand remote control.

Wow! You'll be amazed by the price, so be sure to check it out.

See the Deal: Sony DVPCX995V 400-Disc DVD Mega Changer/Player

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January 11, 2007

The Comcast DVR with TiVo Almost Here - Finally!

It's been a couple of years since TiVo and Comcast announced their joint TiVo DVR for Comcast. It now looks like the TiVo DVR is almost here:

TiVo Inc. said on Monday it hopes to start testing its first integrated digital video recorder service with Comcast Corp. , the leading U.S. cable operator, this spring, two years after they reached an agreement to develop the service.

Comcast actually showed off the technology at this weeks CES:

The two companies demonstrated the service for the first time at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Monday. They said the new service will allow subscribers to use TiVo's features with Comcast's video-on-demand and high-definition service.

Klugman said TiVo's search features will make it easier for consumers to find all types of programming, including Comcast's 8,000 hours of video-on-demand service, in a more compelling way than hunting through menu pages.

Almost makes me wish I was a Comcast customer. Well, maybe this will spawn some more TiVo / Cable Company agreements. What do you think?

At Topix.net

Compare Prices: TiVo

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January 10, 2007

Sharp Introduces 108-inch LCD TV at CES

Remember the old days when a 30-inch TV was huge? Well they just keep getting bigger and better. CES is in full swing this week and Sharp took the opportunity to introduce it's 108-inch LCD TV. According to Businessweek:

At the International Consumer Electronics Show, Sharp Electronics Corp. took the crown for introducing the world's largest LCD TV, a behemoth 108-inch liquid-crystal display that most people probably couldn't fit through their front door.

Sharp and its rivals also announced technological improvements to how LCDs render high-speed movement, cutting down on the staccato image trails that have so far made LCDs less smooth than plasma models.

Of course since Sharp's 100+ inch TVs are retailing for $15,000 0r more, now might be the time to get a second job if you really want the 108 incher.

At BusinessWeek.com

Compare Prices: Sharp TVs

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January 8, 2007

LG Unveils First Dual-Format DVD Player

As we've mentioned in the past, one of the biggest drawbacks to high definiton DVDs has been the confusion of which technology you should go with. Should you go HD-DVD or Blu-ray? Up till now, you had to choose a DVD player that played one of those formats but that's all about to change with LG's introduction of the "Super Multi Blue Player BH100 Dual Format DVD Player". According to MSNBC.com:

LG Electronics will begin selling a dual-format high definition player designed to call a truce in the continuing war between rival DVD formats.

The model BH100, dubbed "Super Multi Blue," will play discs in the Blu-ray format, backed by a group led by Sony Corp. LG is a member of the Blu-ray consortium.

It will also play discs in the rival HD DVD format, which is backed by a consortium headed by Toshiba Corp.

In addition:

It also does triple duty, playing standard definition DVDs as well and upgrading the picture quality to 1081i high definition resolution. The unit does this with a single tray for holding the DVDs, but two different lasers for reading the content stored on them.

This player should get the HD-DVD/Blu-ray revolution really moving. At around $1200, the player isn't cheap but it'll give you the ability to look for the best deal on high definition DVDs no matter the format.

At MSNBC.com

Compare Prices: HD-DVD Players

Compare Prices: Blu-ray Players

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Amazon DVD Releases Coming Jan. 09, 2007

Extras - The Complete First Season

SpongeBob SquarePants - Season 4, Vol. 2

MI-5, Volume 4

The Illusionist (Widescreen Edition)

Crank (Widescreen Edition)

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January 4, 2007

Making that Pesky DVD Recorder Play Nice with your Other Components

Probably one of the hardest home theater hook-ups is adding a DVD recorder to your existing DVD/VCR equipment and your TV. Robert over at HomeTheater.About.com has a nice article that can help you sort this mess out and has some great information like:

The Copy-Protection Factor

The reason that you should not connect your DVD recorder and VCR in the same path to your television is copy-protection.

Even if you are not recording anything, when you play a commercial DVD on your DVD recorder and the signal has to go through your VCR to get to the TV, the anti-copy signal will trigger the VCR to interfere with the playback signal of the DVD, making it unwatchable on your television.

On the other hand, the same effect is present if you have your VCR hooked into your DVD recorder before the signal reaches the television, in that a commercial VHS tape with anti-copy encoding will cause the DVD recorder to interfere with VHS playback signal, causing the same effect on your television.

However, the copy-protection effect is not present on tapes or DVDs that you make yourself, such as home camcorder videos or most broadcast or cable TV show recordings; with the exception of recordings made from some premium channels, such as HBO.

Be sure to check out the rest of this excellent article for some great tips and tricks.

At HomeTheater.About.com

Compare Prices: DVD Recorders


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January 3, 2007

LG DN191H Upconverting DVD/DivX Player Review

If you're looking to make standard DVDs look a little better on your HDTV but you don't have a bunch of dough, you'll want to check out an Upconverting DVD player. Gizmodo has a small but nice review on the LG DN191H Upconverting DVD/DivX Player:

At a price of under $100—and possibly under $80 if you look in the right place—the LG DN191H is a pretty thrifty option for upconverting your old media. With an HDMI connection (not component), the 191 will play back DVDs at up to 1080i, provided you've got an HDTV.

The article continues:

The player managed to support all DivX and XviD files we threw at it, on both CDR and DVDR discs. All in all, a bargain player if you're looking for a stopgap solution between your old DVD player and the new-fangled HD DVD and Blu-rays. Plus, you can burn your downloaded movies and enjoy them on upconverted 1080i quality on your big HDTV. The only downside is the lack of 5.1 audio.

So if you're not ready to invest in an HD-DVD or Blu-ray player, then you might want to take a peek at the LG DN191H Upconverting DVD/DivX Player. If you want to learn more about upscaling, you can check out this excellent article at ConnectedHomeMag.com

At Gizmodo

Compare Prices: Upconverting DVD Players

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January 2, 2007

Got an HDTV for Christmas? You Might Want to Bump-Up your Insurance!

Here's a great reminder from WLWT.com. If you just got a high ticket item like an HDTV for Christmas, you'll want to increase your homeowner's insurance. According to the article:

You might want to put extra insurance on your after-Christmas shopping list.

A spokeswoman for the Ohio Insurance Institute said homeowners who are typically underinsured for the stuff they already own can have a more serious problem after they receive big-ticket holiday gifts.

Mary Bonelli said often people forget to check whether that new widescreen TV or diamond necklace is protected.

I can't agree more. So if you just got your drean TV, be sure to protect it with some extra insurance.

At WLWT

Compare Prices: HDTV

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Amazon DVD Releases Coming Jan. 02, 2007

Love's Abiding Joy

Artie Lange's Beer League

Breakfast at Tiffany's (Anniversary Edition)

Martin - The Complete First Season

Snakes on a Plane (Widescreen Edition)

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January 1, 2007

December 2006 Monthly Roundup for TVSnob

Wow it's officially 2007! Hard to believe huh? Well, we hope you're have a great New Year and we want to think you for taking the time to stop by TVSnob and all of the Blogpire sites in 2006!

Since most of us are back to work tomorrow, today is a good day to catch up on the TVSnob reading you missed during a pretty hectic December. If you still haven't been able to hook up that new HDTV to your home entertainment system, you might want to check out the article: Hooking up your Home Entertainment System Shouldn't Require a Degree.

Okay, go relax and enjoy your day off!


General News and Rants
The Future of HDTV
Big Lots Offering Sylvania 42" Flat-Panel EDTV Plasma TV for $799
Nintendo to Recalling 3.2 Million Straps for Wii Remotes
Uh Oh! Only 10 Days Till Christmas!
ABC News' Ultimate Video Game and System Buyer's Guide

Deal of the Day
Deal of the Day: Hitachi Ultravision 32HDL52 32" LCD HDTV
Gift Idea of the Day: Samsung LNS4692D 46" LCD HDTV
Gift Idea of the Day: Hasbro's ZoomBox Projector
Gift Idea of the Day: Samsung HT-Q70 XM Ready Five-Disc DVD Changer Home Theater System

Reviews, First Looks, and Tutorials
Control your House with your Wii!
Need a Little Help with all of Those Freakin' Wires?
Review: SVS SBS-01 Home Theater Speaker System
The DS-220: A Recliner that Costs as Much as Several Decent Plasma TVs
Review: Panasonic TH-50PH9UK 50-inch Plasma TV
How About Cinema in the Bedroom?
Review: Microsoft Xbox 360 HD-DVD Player
Hooking up your Home Entertainment System Shouldn't Require a Degree
HDTV Buying Tips for Gamers
Morel Vario On-Wall Speaker System

New DVD Releases
Amazon DVD Releases Coming Dec. 26, 2006
Amazon DVD Releases Coming Dec. 19, 2006
Amazon DVD Releases Coming Dec. 12, 2006
Amazon DVD Releases Coming Dec. 5, 2006

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