Sony to Deliver Digital Copy Direct from Blu-ray Disc

I’m not sure many people here use a PSP, but I do think it’s a good sign that they’re at least thinking these thoughts. Especially considering they used to sell movies JUST for the PSP, which was pretty ridiculous. Still doesn’t solve you digital copy fans, but hopefully that’s around the corner. Home Media Mag Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Sept. […]

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Habey BIS-6550HD SFF Client PC


   Habey BIS-6550HD Review We’ve seen what the Atom N270 can do when paired with the 945GM and ICH7M Intel chipset, and we’ve see what the N330 can do with the 9400M Nvidia chipset.  Today we are taking a look at another implementation of the Atom N270 paired with the Intel 945GM and ICH7M chipset, but this time there is […]

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October 13th Blu-ray Releases

I’ll keep this intro short and sweet since I really just want to get onto the Pick of the Week. Nothing else really stands out to me as a must see, but some decent refreshes like South Park’s Bigger, Longer & Uncut finally making its way to Blu-ray. Land of the Lost, with Will Ferrel also sees its release pretty […]

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October 20th Blu-ray Releases

Not a huge list, but definitely one of the big blockbusters from the summer is already coming to Blu-ray. Btw, if you’re looking for an interesting bloody movie, check out Blood: The Last Vampire, which I found very entertaining–the premise is a girl who is actually really, really old, is a vampire hunter, and goes undercover to hunt them down. […]

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September 29th Blu-ray Releases

Pretty good selection of blu-rays this week. I really enjoyed the romantic comedy Management almost enough to make it our pick of the week, but in the end I had to go with my inner childhood memories. That being said, Snakes on a Plane is definitely a classic for the airplane disaster genre of movies. And if you’re in the […]

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Panasonic Develops 50-inch Full HD 3D PDP


And the 3D news just keeps on coming! Last week it was Sony, this week Panasonic is actually showing off a working unit with full 3D. Yes, glasses still required, but look at how cool they make you look!     Akihabara News Panasonic Corporation, a leader in high definition TV technology, has developed a 50-inch Full HD 3D compatible […]

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Getting Lossless Audio off the PC


While video quality is important, I find that it’s the audio that really transforms a good movie into an immersive experience.  As challenging as it can be to get flawless video playback working on the HTPC, enabling proper lossless multi-channel audio playback adds another layer of difficultly into the mix.  In this guide we will discuss the different options available […]

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HDTV and Home Theater Podcast #392

Here’s another podcast for you weekend fans, from the Home Theater guys. Covering the very recently buzzed Gigabit Powerline adapters from Belkin.   HDTV Magazine With so many devices connecting to the Internet these days we like to see products like Powerline Ethernet adapters come to market. In general the technology has improved vastly since our first review back in […]

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20,000 Leauges Under Your Home Theater


This is extreme. It’s like if you asked a 10 year old to design a theater based on his favorite movie it would look something like this. WAY too busy for my liking, but you have to appreciate the attention to detail. But I don’t know, I’d want something else for $100,000!!   Stuff NZ Wayne Eyre has turned part […]

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Microsoft Media Center CEDIA predictions wrap-up

I’m sure you all remember Ben’s CEDIA predictions of what would go down, and now he’s got his own self-scoreboard up on EngadgetHD. Looks like he did a pretty good job as a fortune teller. It’s a shame all his predictions couldn’t come true for us enthusiasts…maybe next year! EngadgetHD Sadly this is the biggest section — we aren’t even […]

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