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Polk Audio 10" 100-Watt Powered Subwoofer (PSW108)

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Samsung 1000-Watt 5.1 Channel 3D Blu-Ray Home Theatre System (HT-F6530)

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Review of the Philips Blu-Ray Disc Player and Media Streamer (BDP2105/F7)

by hootie from 04-17-2014

 

Philips Blu-Ray Player.pngIf you want to convert your TV into a Smart TV, then getting a Blu-Ray player is a good option because most of them include media streaming as well. So if you don’t have a Blu-Ray player, seriously consider getting a combo media streamer/blu-ray player. The great thing is the price is about the same as what you would pay for a media streamer. I had the chance to test out Philips Blu-Ray Disc Player, which can also stream content, and can tell you how it compares to popular media streamers made by Roku or Apple.

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What to Look for When Buying a Sound Bar!

by hootie from 04-16-2014

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Sound bars have become the most popular way to improve your entertainment sound experience because they are reasonably inexpensive, simple to setup, and don’t take up much room. TV speakers are small and flat so they just can’t cut it, so a sound bar is a great way to get better sound. The good news is that there are a lot of bars to choose from, but how do you choose? Here are the factors that I think you should be considering in your purchase.

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How to Connect Stereo Speakers to Your TV

by hootie from 04-13-2014

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Flat screen TV’s keep getting thinner, which makes for fantastic aesthetics, but makes it difficult to provide great sound. Tiny skinny speakers just can’t cut it! Although I am impressed that the sound is as good as it is, TV sound doesn’t create a very good entertainment experience. The best way to enhance that experience is with a surround sound system that will immerse you in the scene. The next best option is a sound bar – the sound won’t be quite as immersive as a surround system but it might fit your space better, is much simpler to set up, and can provide excellent sound. But if you can’t get it together for either of those options, another way to improve your sound experience is connect some stereo speakers to your TV. You won’t get the surround effects or possibly other great features like Bluetooth or WiFi streaming that you can get with those other systems, but you can still make the TV sound better.

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Boost your Entertainment with Home Audio & Speakers

Upgrade your home theatre setup with the latest surround sound speakers and accessories from Best Buy. With complete home theatre systems, mix-and-match speakers, receivers, and subwoofers from Infinity, Klipsch, Harman Kardon, Yamaha, Sony, Bose and more, everything you watch will come alive with room-filling sound.

Speakers and Subwoofers

Designed to fill your room with the crisp mids and highs, satellite, centre-channel, bookshelf, tower, and soundbar speakers can be placed just about anywhere in your room. And for the best range of sound, add a subwoofer. They’re designed to bring out deep, floor-rumbling bass to complement your speakers.

Receivers

Speakers and subwoofers are good, but add a receiver to the mix and you’ll discover even more. These unassuming devices are true powerhouses that push powerful audio to your speakers and sub, while also supporting high-quality visuals in 4K Ultra HD, Full HD, and even 3D. Plus, some models offer Internet radio, compatibility with iPod docks, and so much more.

Home Theatre in a Box

If you’re not interested in deciphering how to pick out the ideal home theatre pieces, a home theatre in a box is your best bet. These systems usually come with all the satellite, sub, and centre speakers you need to get started. Some also come with a Blu-ray or DVD player, and every system features components that are designed to work perfectly together.

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