Don't-Miss HDTV Stories
4K TVs were all the rage at this year's CES. Does that mean the TV you just bought is obsolete?
Out of the box, your beautiful HDTV may not look its best. But with some simple adjustments, you can get an accurate picture with minimal effort.
Third-party devices can add smart features to an existing set, and some of them are quite cheap.
Sound bars are a great way to get better sound in your living room -- if you buy the right one.
Before you drop hundreds or thousands of dollars on the wrong flat-panel HDTV set, there are some factors to consider. Read our breakdown and you'll end up with a TV you'll enjoy for years to come.
Peter asked me for the best way to connect a PC to an HDTV, and, once connected, how best to use it
We recommend getting your HDTV calibrated by a professional, but if you'd rather do it yourself, here are a few quick tweaks that you can perform to improve your picture in time for kickoff.
Before we get to Harbaugh vs. Harbaugh, it's time to think about LCD vs. plasma. If you're buying a new set for the big game, here are the things to consider.
Using your smartphone or tablet to control your Tivo box is easy and offers a lot of flexibility in recording shows and channel surfing.
MLStrand56 asked the HDTV & Home Theater about these new 4K HDTVs. "4 thousand WHAT???"
Douglas Kelner has a 3D HDTV and 3D Blu-ray player. He doesn't like buying discs, and wants to know where he can rent 3D movies.
Darryl asked if he could stream video from Netflix (and presumably other services) through his laptop, and then wirelessly to his HDTV.
Joe Blumenthal has an older HDTV without HDMI inputs. How can he connect a Blu-ray player?
Dhiren11 is considering buying a 3D HDTV, and asked the HDTV & Home Theater if a family of six can sit around it and all have a good view.
After buying a 3D HDTV, Chulbul complained to the HDTV & Home Theater forum about the lack of 3D content