HD Nation covers the week in High-Definition news, reviews, tips and tricks. Hosts Patrick Norton and Robert Heron will quench the thirst for stunning visuals and the ultimate surround sound by providing everything from reviews of the latest in home theater equipment, the best new Blu-Ray titles... Read More
Toshiba promises 3D HDTV - no goggles! We review Denon's AVR-591. Drobo FS: Awesome Video Jukebox. Want to get movie theater-quality projection at home? The Blu-ray releases for August 31, 2010!
Toshiba is launching a glasses-free 3D TV! No word on a release date yet, but soon there will be no need to wear those bulky glasses to get the full 3D effect. HP is working with the a href="http://www.nba.com/" target="_blank">NBA on a "triple-wide" HDTV, and Sony and Vizio are releasing new HDTVs, and Patrick and Robert have all the details in the video!
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The Emmys aired last weekend and there were some amazing shows on the list of nominees! This week we bring you our favorites that are available on Blu-ray. The Simpsons are a gimme, but you'll have to watch the video for the rest of our picks!
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Need a good system to store your files without worrying about losing your data? We review the Drobo FS and find out if it's a good option for file storage. Setup was easy, it has Drobo App support, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and protects against two drive failures at once. Watch the video for more details and to see if it's a good choice for your household.
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Want to get picture quality at home that looks as good as your local movie theater? We talk about the differences between the two and what's standing in the way. Watch the video to find out what you'd need to get that brilliant movie theater-quality picture in your own living room.
Viewer Michael writes in to contribute his $0.02 on our list of the Top 5 Video Game Movies. Watch the video to find out which one we left out.
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@suknat Check that both HDMI cables work between Blu-ray player and HDTV, then a different HDMI port, then factory reset AVR and update it!
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@wswenlock We'll have to do some testing on this one! What kind of files re you using? Blu-ray ISOs? Let us know!
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@baishen Open in the sense of open source, or open in the sense of runs Netflix, Amazon Prime, your own video collection, etc?
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