Don't-Miss Home Theater Stories
With Dolby Virtual Speaker for faux surround and a subwoofer belting out the bass, movies and gaming take on a life of their own with the Leviathan.
This latest version delivers lots improvements you can’t see, and a few you can.
Don’t be fooled by its muscular appearance, this entry-level speaker system is a 98-pound weakling both in terms of features and performance.
With this transmitter/receiver pair, you can stream uncompressed 1080p video and Dolby Digital audio up to 100 feet without wires.
This sound bar has a great price/performance ratio, but it lacks a number of important features.
Staying within a $400 budget shouldn't force you to sacrifice HDMI connectivity.
This sound bar can fill a large room with great-sounding audio.
This sound bar delivers everything you big-screen TV needs, except for high-res audio support.
Do speakers manufacturers build better sound bars than TV manufacturers? We pit three companies from each camp against each other.
We've seen some fine audio products from Denon; unfortunately, this isn't one of them.
Don't let its relatively small size foo you: This sound bar pumps out big sound
QNAP has taken the convergence of home networking and entertainment another step further with this handsome, quiet, network-attached storage box that outputs directly to your TV via HDMI
Don’t be satisfied with the content that bubbles up to the surface of the Netflix user interface. Use these tools to dig down to the good stuff.
Disney movies, music videos, and kid-friendly programming can be easily shared right to your television with these apps.
The technology claims made for this product just don’t pass the smell test.