Choosing a Plasma TV Stand

If you’ve invested in a high-quality plasma TV, or you’re thinking about buying one, then you should consider the type of plasma TV stand that you’re going to use with it. You may opt not to purchase a stand at all. There are many different ways to set up and mount a flat screen . . . → Read More: Choosing a Plasma TV Stand


Tips for Choosing a Home Cinema Projector

One of the first things you’ll want to consider when choosing a home cinema projector is the resolution you want. If you’re used to watching a standard television, then you might be surprised at how much the picture clarity and crispness improves when you watch something through a projector. Of course, if you choose . . . → Read More: Tips for Choosing a Home Cinema Projector


Home Theater Wiring

Whether you are setting up a complete home theater system or just adding a new device to your existing setup, it can be confusing figuring out the best way to connect it all up efficiently while maintaining the best signal quality. Often there are several ways you can do things, so it pays to . . . → Read More: Home Theater Wiring


Is a Projector TV Best for a Home Cinema System?

Usually, what springs to mind when thinking of a projector TV is an LCD projector that projects the image onto a screen. This is also called a front projection television. Don’t confuse these two-piece systems with a rear projection television, which is a little thicker than plasma or LCD TVs, and uses a lamp . . . → Read More: Is a Projector TV Best for a Home Cinema System?


Find the Right LCD TV Stand

Today’s flat screen TVs offer unparalleled picture quality and size for less money than ever before. And if you’ve put the time and money into choosing just the right television, you’ll want to choose the right LCD TV stand, too. No matter how great your TV looks, if you use a stand or a . . . → Read More: Find the Right LCD TV Stand


Buying a 15 Inch LCD TV

Buying a TV for your home theater setup is a big choice. But once you have made it, you might just be out shopping for another TV a bit sooner than you thought! With the plethora of small size LCD TVs around, having a second or third screen for the bedroom, kitchen, or even . . . → Read More: Buying a 15 Inch LCD TV


Use an LCD Monitor as a TV

For anyone setting up a home theater, the display device is going to be one of the bigger costs. Although LCD and plasma televisions have been reduced in price with the shift towards the new 3D sets, you would still expect to pay well over $1000 for a large, good quality LCD TV for . . . → Read More: Use an LCD Monitor as a TV