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Neo QLED vs. OLED: What's the Difference?

We've looked at the pros and cons of Neo QLED and OLED to help you decide which picture quality is best for your home.

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What Is NEO QLED?

Neo QLED builds upon the success of QLED TVs with a mixture of mini LED backlighting and superior pixel technology. Here's what you need to know.

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How to Use AirPlay to Stream Videos to a TV

You can watch videos from YouTube and elsewhere on your larger screen. Here are two ways to AirPlay to a TV.

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How to Use AirPlay to Stream Videos to a TV

You can watch videos from YouTube and elsewhere on your larger screen. Here are two ways to AirPlay to a TV.

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15 Apps That Turn Your iPhone Into a Remote Control

The iPhone is a great media device; with some apps, you can turn it into a remote control for computers, TVs, set-top boxes, and more.

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MicroLED - What You Need To Know

MicroLED changes how video images can be displayed on a screen. Find out how this affects both home TV viewing and the cinema-going experience.

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Testing the Pro Audio Technology LFC-24SM: world's most powerful sub?

Is the Pro Audio Technology LFC-24SM the world's most powerful subwoofer? Find out in this article.

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Want to Enjoy Music Throughout the House? Here's What You Need to Know

Explore the variety of ways to create whole house music systems: single/multi-source receivers, audio control systems, audio networking, and wireless.

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COMCAST Embraces 4K, Sort Of

4K TVs are now in the mainstream, and content availability is increasing. Find out what 4K viewing options COMCAST Cable offers.

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What You Probably Don't Know (But Need To!) About Speaker Sensitivity

What is speaker sensitivity, and how does it impact the performance of subwoofers, soundbars, and Bluetooth speakers? Here's what you need to know.

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Is It Possible to Play a Blu-ray Disc on a DVD Player?

Blu-ray Disc players can play Blu-ray discs, DVDs, CDs, and, in some cases, even SACDs and DVD-Audio Discs, but can a DVD player play a Blu-ray Disc?

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Find Out Why Your Burned DVDs Won't Play

If your burned DVDs don't play, this checklist can help you figure out why they aren't working and what you can do about it.

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Ready for Whole Home Audio? Having a Plan Makes a Smoother Experience

Creating whole house audio or multi-room music systems is easily accomplished by first starting with a plan. Assess needs with this helpful checklist.

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Do Expensive Speaker Cables Sound Better?

Different speaker wires offer different performance characteristics based on their material, thickness, and length. Price is rarely a contributing...

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Find out Why You Should Upgrade to the Xfinity X1 Package From Comcast

Comcast customers should upgrade to the Xfinity X1 DVR service to enjoy on demand streaming and the ability to watch programs on their mobile devices.

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How Much Does a TiVo Box and Service Plan Cost?

TiVo isn't the only way to record and playback live television, but it is the most popular. Here we cover the cost of a TiVo box and service plan.

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Samsung Apps and How They Enhance Your TV Experience

Samsung's Smart TVs offer up abundant access to internet streaming services and apps that expand how you can use your TV. Learn more here.

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Choosing Between the Two Types of Turntable Phono Cartridges

How do you choose between moving magnet (MM) and moving coil (MC) cartridge types for turntables?

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What's the Difference Between DVD+R and DVD-R?

DVD+R and DVD-R media have small differences between them, mostly around how they handle defects and rewriting.

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How to Move Recording From Your TiVo to Your PC

Take TV shows from your Tivo with you when you travel with these methods of transferring them to the PC.

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What Is CableCARD Technology?

An introduction to CableCARD technology, which is also known as Plug-and-Play television. Here we cover the pros and cons of replacing a set-top box...

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Lossy Audio Formats: Do You Know the Difference?

Lossy compression of an audio file removes portions of the original sound, which to some degree leads to signal loss that you may or may not hear.

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Yes, Your Smart TV Can Get a Virus. Here's How to Protect It

If you've wondered if your smart TV can get a virus, you're not alone. Yes, it can. But there's more to it. Here's what you should know about smart...

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Confused about HDTV? Here's The Scoop...

HDTV refers to both high definition televisions and the high definition signal that transmits to those televisions. Here's what you need to know...

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Plex Live TV Lets You Stream Live Television to Your Phone

Plex Live TV is a component of Plex Media Server that makes use of an antenna and tuner to let you record and watch live TV on any compatible device.

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Get Your Roku Soundbar Set Up and Start Streaming

Roku is well-known for its streaming devices and Roku TVs, but you can also get Roku's streaming features plus great sound with the Roku soundbar....

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What Is a Sound Bar?

If you want better sound for TV viewing but don't what a lot of speaker clutter, a sound bar may be the solution for you. Find out what you need to...

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Is the 4th Gen. Apple TV the Best Set-Top Box?

With the 4th gen. Apple TV, Apple completely overhauled its set-top box. From voice control to universal search to games, it's all here.

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