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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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Review of Logitech's NEW Harmony Ultimate One remote and Harmony Smart Keyboard

by hootie from 04-11-2014

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Logitech has been a long time leader in providing excellent universal remote controls. They provide such a wide range of universal remotes that you are sure to find the ideal remote for your entertainment system and budget. At the top end of their line is the Harmony Ultimate, which has amazing capabilities – in fact more than the average person will likely need. Logitech just introduced welcome additions to their lineup with the Harmony Ultimate One and the Harmony Smart Keyboard. They are both priced much more favourably than the Harmony Ultimate but have everything you will likely need. I got a chance to test them both so here is my full report.

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Glossary of TV Terms that You Should Know

by hootie from 03-30-2014

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I recently posted on what to look for when buying a new TV, which made me think it might be helpful to explain some of the TV terminology that you will encounter in your search. There are a lot of TV technology terms out there, but I will discuss those that I think are more important when evaluating TV’s.

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Every Type of Television for Every Home

Whether you’re looking for a huge flat screen TV for the living room or a smaller one for the bedroom, Best Buy has a television for you. We’ve got energy-saving LED TVs, Smart TVs for streaming online content, 4K TVs for ultra-high-definition viewing, and next-gen OLED TVs for spectacular picture quality. Shop Best Buy in-store and online for televisions from trusted brands like Samsung, Sony, LG, Sharp, Insignia, and more.


Equipped with a backlighting system of light-emitting diode (LED) light bulbs, an LED TV is slim and energy efficient. LED light bulbs consume less energy, last longer, and boast better contrast than cold-cathode fluorescent lights (CCFLs) found in LCD TVs. Thanks to this, LED TVs deliver crystal-clear picture whether you’re watching a movie with the lights off or catching the morning news in a sun-soaked living room.

Plasma TVs

No longer associated with the “burn-in effect”, plasma TVs have come a long way and are still a popular choice for home theatre setups. A 600Hz frame rate allows every model to process high-speed scenes faster than other TVs, while high contrast ratios enable finer detail to be seen in dark scenes. Because they don’t require backlights, plasma TVs offer consistent image quality from different viewing angles, ensuring everyone gets the best seat in the house.


Using organic light-emitting diodes, an OLED TV delivers incredible contrast, razor-sharp clarity, and a wide viewing angle for spectacular picture that’ll blow you away. Each pixel of an OLED TV is a small light-emitting diode, eliminating the need for backlighting. This allows OLED TVs to be super-slim and use less energy than other types of TVs.

Curved TVs

Flat screen TVs aren’t all flat. Curved TVs are hitting the market, designed to provide a more expansive field of view, just like movie-theatre screens. By bringing the edges of the screen closer to the viewer, a curved TV makes everything on the screen look beautifully uniform while reducing light reflection.

4K TVs

With over eight million pixels packed into the display, a 4K TV delivers spectacular picture quality that’s four times more detailed than Full HD. 4K UHD TVs can upscale non-4K content by filling in the missing pixels, so your favourite shows, movies, and games will look better than ever.

Smart TVs

If you want to do more than just watch TV on your TV, a Smart TV is the way to go. Built-in WiFi allows you to stream content from online services, access apps and social media sites, and more. To add smart functionality to your existing TV, a media player such as Roku or Apple TV will do the trick. For amazingly realistic action, a 3D TV will really suck you in with eye-popping picture.


Hook up your TV to a projector for a true at-home cinema experience. With a home theatre projector from Epson or other trusted brands, you can transform your living room into your own personal movie theatre.

Want more info? Check out some of our resources:

HDTV Buying Guide 
Smart TV Buying Guide 
4K TV Buying Guide
OLED TV Buying Guide

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