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Magazine articles on televisions, home theater systems, and DVD.
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Home Toys
April 2006
Steve Faber
Home Theater Design and Construction Part 5 Time to Start Shopping -- The equipment you decide to purchase should be based on your sources, performance requirements and budget. Here's what to look for. mark for My Articles 663 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
Josh Allen
Scaling the Sea of HD Misconceptions about 1080p and HD programming certainly make video scaling and processing more relevant as early adopters spend thousands on full HD displays incapable of outputting their golden resolution because of inadequate source material. mark for My Articles 321 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
HDCP Is Doom Upon Us? Go On, Read It! There is a lot of confusion surrounding HDCP -- copy protection for HD. People who own content don't want you making a free digital copy of something they had to pay out a ton of dough to bring you in the first place. But let's face it: where there's a will there's a way. mark for My Articles 338 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
Wayde Robson
Blu-Ray Disc vs. HD DVD, Battle Lines Blur The story between the lines seems to be which manufacturers aren't taking sides at all. Conditions indicate a great possibility of a unified product sooner than we might have first suspected. mark for My Articles 756 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
Minsoo Park
When it Comes to HDMI/DVI Connectivity, You Have Two Choices: Copper or Fiber Optics. Which is Right for You? Connectivity products such as cables are one investment you will need to live with for at least 10 years. Consider it an investment as cable quality does make a difference and it will stay with your system for a very long time. mark for My Articles 335 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
Hagai Gefen
Home Theaters: Going All-Digital Is the Only Way All-digital systems connected by all-digital cabling, even up to hundreds of feet, allows consumers to immerse themselves in a richer, higher quality, more multi-dimensional viewing and listening experience. mark for My Articles 307 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
DVD Insider # 53 The War of the Roses Have You Ever Made Angry Love?... A Man Can Never Outdo a Woman When it Comes to Love and Revenge... There is no Winning! Only Degrees of Losing!... mark for My Articles 199 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
James Russo
Classic Home Toys Installment #3: Before There Was DVD There Was...Laservision. Laservision players had actually been invented in 1972 (under the name MCA Disco- O-Vision) and was intended to be an economical way to sell movies to the consumer market. It would be a few years before the players would hit electronics store shelves. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
The Satellite Industry Comes of Age: SATCON 2005 The reduction in size of satellite dishes over the past decade from the huge, radar sized dishes that were mounted on rooftops years back has prompted tremendous growth in this market which was once relegated to electronic hobbyists and tinkerers. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
Home Toys
April 2006
Hal Truax
The Flat Panel Business is Mounting Flat panel displays are being installed in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and in some instances, garages. Some of these are installed in such a way that the panel can be viewed from multiple locations. To facilitate this, new cantilever or articulating mounts have been introduced. mark for My Articles 173 similar articles
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