Don't-Miss Home Theater Stories
Hungry for 4K movies, but don’t have the bandwidth or you’re stuck with a too-low data cap? Consider a disc player, instead.
If you want the latest technologies, but haven't wanted to compromise on build and sound quality, these new receivers promise to have your back.
An entry-level integrated amplifier from Yamaha and home-theater receiver from Pioneer give budget-conscious fans lots to cheer about.
New Marantz and Pioneer models tout robust streaming features and immersive audio for budget-conscious consumers.
Ordinary audio goes into this black box; extraordinary audio comes out. What's the secret?
Denon's new AVR-S720W and AVR-S920W receivers to deliver nearly every major audio and video feature you could ask for.
Portable streamer is powered by a quad-core processor, but resolution is limited to 1080p.
Yamaha joins the growing list of manufacturers releasing DTS:X upgrades, while Denon and Marantz up the ante with Auro-3D support on select A/V receivers.
With it's new P-series TVs, TCL adds the outstanding Roku interface and streaming abilities to their U.S. offerings.
Hub by Ekko is the most intriguing multi-room audio system we've seen since Sonos, but it's a year or more from coming to market.
With support for HIgh Dynamic range and video streaming and remote via Google Cast, you'd think that Vizio's P- series TVs would be expensive. They're not.
It's unclear when other manufacturers will release DTS:X firmware updates.
This $150 box streams your old DVDs from a PC to the TV.
The X-Fi Sonic Carrier packs 15 drivers, a wireless subwoofer, Dolby Atmos support, and an 800-watt amplifier.
Available in 84- and 55-inch screen sizes, these weatherized TVs can be viewed in direct sunlight.