How to upgrade your TV and home entertainment on a budget while stuck at home from coronavirus
In the age of COVID-19, more people than ever are at home and in search of good storytelling.
David KatzmaierEditorial Director -- Personal Tech
David reviews TVs and leads the Personal Tech team at CNET, covering mobile, software, computing, streaming and home entertainment. We provide helpful, expert reviews, advice and videos on what gadget or service to buy and how to get the most out of it.
ExpertiseA 20-year CNET veteran, David has been reviewing TVs since the days of CRT, rear-projection and plasma. Prior to CNET he worked at Sound & Vision magazine and eTown.com. He is known to two people on Twitter as the Cormac McCarthy of consumer electronics.Credentials
Although still awaiting his Oscar for Best Picture Reviewer, David does hold certifications from the Imaging Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Standards and Technology on display calibration and evaluation.
After six months of pandemic and stay-at-home orders, that old TV might start looking too small to you. Or maybe it can't run the latest streaming apps. Or maybe it's perfectly fine, but the sound from its puny speakers just doesn't cut it anymore. You're not alone.