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It may have been released last year, but with more apps than any of the alternatives, the best search and the fastest, easiest-to-use interface, the Roku 3 still outdoes any other video streamer.
If you're looking to upgrade your sound or give the gift of home theater for someone close to you, then a sound bar can offer excellent performance for the money.
If you're looking for something a little better than a sound bar, then separate speakers and a receiver are the best way to go. And if you're looking to fill a house full of music, then a wireless multiroom system is the answer.
At $150 the new Harmony Home Control may seem a bit steep for a universal remote, but its combination of easier setup and well-implemented control make it well worth the money for people with complex home theater systems.
Amazon won't have the Fire TV Stick available for purchase until after the new year, but you can pick one up from these retailers if you hurry.
The yearly Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association Expo took place in Denver last week, and we got to see demos of new OLED TVs, laser projectors, Dolby Atmos, and more. Here are some highlights.
The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association's yearly Expo took place last week in Denver. OLED TVs, Dolby Atmos, and laser projectors screamed for attention among the usual mix of in-wall speakers, motorized mounts, and home automation. Here are some highlights.