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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.
The entertainment company also updated its flagship home-theater A/V receiver.
These speakers deliver the boom without taking up space in your room.
Panasonic will soon begin selling in Japan a Blu-ray Disc player compatible with 4K UltraHD discs, the first such player in the world.
Samsung Electronics has denied allegations that it designed its TVs to consume less energy during tests than they do in real-world situations.
Movie soundtracks encoded with Dolby Atmos trick your brain into hearing sound from all directions, not just front and rear.
New speakers from add a home-theater zone to HEOS networks.
The streaming site’s users recently began noticing show trailers before and after their videos, sparking speculation third-party ads could soon be on their way.
This free living room TV software offers vast quantities of movies and TV shows out of the box.
The low-tech, low-budget solution redirects sound waves from a TV's down-firing speakers towards the viewer.
The DVR box rounds out its app lineup by letting users stream their videos, music, and photos from a networked computer.
It’s horses for courses with Axel Audio’s assemble-yourself headphones that let you pick different drivers for different genres.
Hollywood loves HDR and so should you. Here's how it's making 4K's future brighter.
Microsoft will leave its living-room software behind when Windows 10 arrives. Now it's up to the Xbox to do what the PC never could.