3D Update

3D TV capabilities are growing and changing with each passing day

December 5th, 2010|

Electronics and Aesthetics Coexist

Please enjoy this guest blog from our favorite interior designer, Randy Trainor.  Visit her at http://www.crtinteriors.com/  She provides so much wonderful information through her website, blog and newsletter.  Be sure to sign up, shes worth the click! Many of my clients are making the switch from their old TV’s to the new flat screen televisions.  [...]

December 2nd, 2010|

Why HDMI?

HDMI (High Definition Multi-Media Interface) is the newest method for hooking up your audio video systems. When properly implemented, you can get the best possible connectivity between your new Blu-Ray player and 1080P TV. It is also the cause of a great deal of confusion, misunderstanding and unfortunately, problems. What is HDMI? It is a [...]

May 18th, 2010|

LCD, LED, Plasma and Why Do I Care?

By far, this is biggest question we get. Unfortunately, there is no right or wrong answer as each of the technologies offers differences that benefit certain applications. Plasma still provides the best picture assuming you do not have high ambient light or reflectivity. In contrast, LCD is great for those high ambient light rooms.  And [...]

May 5th, 2010|

Why is it so expensive to install a TV?

On any given Sunday there will be a flyer showing the latest sale prices on a TV. This past weekend I saw a 42” plasma on sale from Best Circuit for $475. Wow. Just five years ago a 42” plasma was nearly $5,000! Now it would seem that the installation shouldn’t be much more right? [...]

March 29th, 2010|

The Widescreen Conundrum

Hollywood has done it to us once more. All of our widescreens now have black bars on them again because Hollywood is filming with even wider formats.  No worries-New screen, projector and lens technologies allow for  building  your system so that you can take full advantage of these new wide formats and see the movie [...]

March 9th, 2010|

The Future of TV

The capabilities of audio and video source gear have exploded in just the past year.  Someone with a sweet home A/V system used to have a VCR, DVD player, cable or satellite receiver (or both), Tivo, reel-to-reel, CD changer, cassette player, and phonograph.  This took up a lot of space, had a mess of wires, [...]

February 26th, 2010|
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