Vizio's S4251w sports rear speakers for unparalleled home theater sonics from a sound bar, although it has some quirks.
We've focused on the best bang-for-your-buck receivers from each manufacturer, which is typically around $500. You'll generally get five-to-eight HDMI inputs, built-in networking functionality, and automatic speaker calibration.
As we gear up for another year, here are 10 headlines that are (almost) sure to appear in the coming year.
Beyerdynamic is on a roll, and its new DTX 350 p model sets a new standard for budget-priced on-ear headphones!
Sony and Microsoft have delivered their next-gen visions, but with this caveat: more microtransactions. Cash grab or survival strategy, it will surely generate controversy as 2014 rolls along.
The Audiophiliac went to New York's top mastering house, Sterling Sound, to discuss the state of the art with mastering engineer Ryan Smith.
Whether you want a humble TV to watch Corrie or a top-of-the-range 55-inch 3D monster, we've got it covered in our top tellies of 2011.
commentary Opponents of AT&T's T-Mobile merger think AT&T could improve network performance on its own. Engineering and legal realities suggest otherwise.
Mastering engineer Dave McNair unravels some of the mysteries of how he makes music sound good over iTunes and MP3s played over $20 computer speakers.
The mono versions of Dylan's early albums went out of print in the 1960s. The new ones sound singularly terrific!
City dwellers are coming round to the idea that electric cars aren't just gutless eco-wagons designed for attention-seeking celebutants and stinky-haired hippies. Here's our top ten