This latest batch of releases is loaded with gems.
The Audiophiliac has the Blus -- a list of the best-sounding music Blu-ray discs, that is.
We've got the Blus--the best-sounding music Blu-ray discs, that is.
SACD and DVD-A pinned their futures to the hope that there was a market for 5.1-channel music, and flopped. Now Blu-ray is making an even feebler attempt.
AIX Records has been making great sounding DVDs for years; now they're making 3D music Blu-rays!
Sony has announced the HES-V1000, a 200-disc Blu-ray changer and burner, complete with a 500GB internal hard drive and an Ethernet port that pulls movie and music information off the internet.
CNET reviews the Sony HT-SS360, finding it an inexpensive home theater system with generous HDMI connectivity and satisfying sound on movies, but not up to the task with music.
Like the company's other 2009 Blu-ray products, this funky-looking home theater system can also stream Netflix movies and Pandora's online music service.
The Universal Music Group has released a slate of High Fidelity Pure Audio Blu-ray discs. Does anyone care?
We take an in-depth look at PS3's non-gaming attributes and cover what you need to know about how it handles Blu-ray and DVD movies, music, photos, Internet browsing and more.