4K TV is more popular than ever, and for good reason. It’s currently the absolute best picture on the market, with twice the resolution of even HD TV. 4K is so good, it actually makes it worthwhile to get the biggest set you can afford. Why? And how can you get the most from your 4K TV at home? Let’s dig in.
There are all kinds of projects around the house on your to-do list, but tackling clutter in the media room should be at the top. Why? Because the media room should be a place to kick back, and having a decluttered space will help you relax. We’ve made this resolution easy by breaking it into easily do-able pieces that you can tackle one by one, so you’ll actually keep it!
The options for streaming audio and video at home are increasing rapidly. For those of us who are home theatre fanatics, a critical feature will be an ability to connect streaming devices to the heart of our systems, our AV Receivers. Let’s take a look at how to capitalize on your home theatre investment and leverage streaming technology with Google Chromecast and Chromecast Audio.
If you’re looking for 4K content for your new 4K TV, or considering upgrading your set but wondering what you can watch, the answer is: plenty. New content is being added constantly, and 2016 promises to be the year of 4K, with more content coming on line or being announced every month. Take a look at some of the streaming TV options in 4K that you can watch today, plus some major announcements about what’s coming soon.
Quantum Dot was the latest buzzed about TV technology at CES 2015, but what is it and what makes it great?
Roku is releasing a new Streaming Stick device in Canada this month, and aside from its diminutive size and powerful performance, a neat added feature is the ability to use the free Roku app on your smartphone or tablet (iOS or Android) to listen to the audio of whatever you’re watching using.