Easter Sale!

16/04/14 9:18 AM

EasterSaleTo help you celebrate your Easter weekend, we are taking 10% off everything. 

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In a way, a projector is only as good as its screen. Or, perhaps more accurately, a good screen won’t make a bad projector look good, but a bad screen will definitely make a good projector look bad.

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I have to admit, I don’t really understand TVs. Sure, I review them, and through various trade shows and articles, see dozens every year, but I don’t get it. Why would you want something so tiny? A 50-inch TV is a postage stamp. 

The new 70- and 80-inch models are barely better, and they’re expensive. These days, for less than $1,000, you can get a decent-looking Full HD “TV” that’s over 100 inches diagonal. And, for less than the price of one of those 80-inch, room-dominating behemoths, you can get some of the best picture quality available anywhere on the market and have it nearly disappear when you’re not using it.

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Subwoofer PlacementWhat’s the best location for my subwoofer? Like many things in life, subwoofer placement often involves compromise, and is typically driven by competing variables like décor and visual impact considerations, available floor space, and of course optimal sound quality.

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SVS PB-2000 & SB-2000 

The SVS SB-2000 and PB-2000, the latest in the SVS range. Sporting 12" drivers, a brand new Sledge STA-500D amplifier, sub 20Hz performance, and price tags just above $1000, you could know nothing else and still think they were a good deal.

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If you've purchased a new AV receiver or surround sound processor in the past seven or eight years, chances are good that it included some form of auto setup and/or automatic EQ (also known as room correction.) On the surface, all of the different auto-calibration systems - from Audyssey to ARC to MCACC to YPAO - seem similar in implementation.

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Soundbars, a good solution?

Perusing your favorite AV site (it’s this one, right?!), browsing real or virtual aisles of an electronics store, or surfing the Web, you’ve undoubtedly run across multiple companies offering to improve your audio by adding a soundbar. With models ranging from sub $100 to over $2,000, it’s a category that has exploded practically overnight.

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BDP-103D Video

Audioholics recently reviewed the BDP-103D, one the latest blu-ray players from Oppo which includes in-built Darbee video processing. 

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SB2000 
Short video featuring a review from Digital Trends who has recently reviewed the SVS SB-2000, with excellent feedback. 


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Splitting HDMI
Brief video explaining the function of an HDMI splitter. In the past we have received calls asking the difference between a splitter and switcher, whether they are interchangeable, how to get sky to another room in the house, how to duplicate displays, and in most cases this little 1x2 HDMI splitter is all you would need.


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