Don't-Miss Home Theater Stories
Two taste treats in one? Or less than the sum of its parts?
This 55-inch TV doesn't offer a lot of peak brightness, but its wide color gamut helps with HDR.
If you want a strong indoor TV antenna that blends in, look no further than RCA’s Skybar.
An alternate experience to getting lost on YouTube.
Take an OLED panel and combine it with Sony's picture processing wizardry and you get what is the best image we've seen on an OLED TV. But how HDR will affect OLED lifespan we don't yet know.
If you're a gamer as well as a home theater enthusiasts, Microsoft's game console is also an exceptionally good Ultra HD Blu-ray player.
DirecTV Now comes cheap with AT&T wireless service, but odd design choices and feature limitations hold it back for everyone else.
Support for Dolby Vision elevates the TCP 55P607's image chops.
If you have the proper hardware, PowerDVD 17 Ultra will play Ultra Blu-ray movie discs from your PC. Support for Oculus Rift and HTC VR headsets has also been added.
With looks echoing the Echo, Terk’s OMNITWR pulls in TV signals without being a blight on your interior design.
Quick disc loading, support for both HDR-10 and Dolby Vision, and tons of audio features push this Blu-ray player to the front of the pack.
Quantum dots and improved backlighting make for outstanding 2160p HDR. It takes LED-backlit LCD to another level.
This combo is a powerful whole-home DVR for over-the-air channels, but the setup's a doozy and you can't time-shift.
Tablo is the simplest whole-home DVR for cord-cutters, despite some performance and feature limitations.
This DVR is cheap and simple, but it doesn’t include enough features to justify its price tag.