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Bose is releasing a new HDTV with "invisible speakers" built-in. Is the brand name worth the price tag? Star Wars is being released yet again... this time in 3D! What do you do when your Blu-ray player won't play a disc? Watch the video to find out!
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Electronic stores are designed to tempt your with awesome purchases right as you check out. Watch the video to find out which movies Patrick just couldn't resist grabbing off the shelf.
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The shiny new AppleTV has arrived! Now it's time to hook up the tiny box and give it a spin. With no internal storage, is the streaming-only interface a good option for a media center hub? Watch the video to see how it performs out of the box.
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What would be the best choice for a first Blu-ray disc? Viewer Dan just bought his first Blu-ray player and wants a movie that will show off his new system. AVSForum has a good list to start with, but you'll have to watch the video for our own suggestions on bringing out the best in your home theater setup.
Why don't we see more 7.1 audio mixes on Blu-ray releases? Is it worth having a 7.1 system, or even a 9.1 system? Watch the video for more on why the studios don't evolve as quickly as the technology itself.
Is bandwidth the only reason online video sticks to 720p? Youtube supports 1080p and even 4K, and lets you test your playback speed. The new AppleTV lacks support for 1080p video, but would you really want that feature anyway? Watch the video to find out if your video (and ours!) will get even more hi-def.