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Electrohome's New Vinyl Combo System Makes for Easy Wireless Audio

Electrohome has just launched a bundle that includes a Bluetooth record player and bookshelf speakers for easy wireless vinyl listening.

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Yamaha Teases Cute and Cuddly Mini-Soundbar With Wireless Subwoofer

Yamaha just announced a mini-soundbar with a wireless subwoofer that takes up 30 percent less space than traditional offerings.

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Watch Broadcast TV in 4K With One of Hisense’s Latest NextGen TV Models

Hisense just added two more NextGen TV models to its lineup, both of which are primed and ready for 4K over-the-air content.

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Newer LG TVs will now have the Apple TV app built in

Get Apple TV+ and access to your iTunes libraries (including rented and purchased movies and TV shows) on any newer LG set.

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Make a Spotify Playlist for Your Dog, Cat, Hamster, Lizard, or Bird

Now you can use Spotify to create custom playlists for your dog, cat, hamster, lizard, or bird.

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Comcast's New Streaming Service Peacock Arrives For Cord Cutters

Comcast-owned NBCUniversal joins the rank of streaming services for cord cutters by offering its own: Peacock.

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The Tech World’s 2020 Super Bowl Commercials Are Already Here

Tech companies drop some of the best Super Bowl commercials out there; this year is no exception

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Netflix Now Lets Users Turn off Home Page Autoplay Previews

Netflix will now let its users turn off the annoying home page autoplay previews.

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Home Theater & Entertainment News

Keep up on the latest news around TVs, projectors, audio systems, and everything else that touches our modern, streaming-powered home theaters.

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Improved AI Created to Enhance Video Resolution

University researchers have created a faster, smaller AI to help improve video resolution.

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Apple is Planning a Stunning Upgrade to Your AirPod Pros for Free

Apple announced a new Spatial Audio system for AirPod Pros that will put a theater-style sound in your head with just a software upgrade.

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Make New Profiles for You and Your Roommates on Amazon Prime Video

The days of multiple people sharing a single Amazon Prime Video profile are over, as the streaming service is now letting users create and manage up...

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Watch Netflix With Friends on Apple TV and Roku

You can already plan Netflix watch parties, but Caavo’s new app is expanding the experience to include Netflix on Apple TV and Roku.

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LG Teases Ginormous 97-Inch OLED Display—Take a Look

LG just announced a 97-inch OLED TV, complete with vibration technology to mimic 5.1 audio channel systems.

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Bluetooth Record Players Mix Modern and Retro

For music fans nostalgic for yesteryear, Victrola is releasing an intriguing pair of record players that offer Bluetooth connectivity.

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Sound Beaming Could Replace Your Headphones

A new device called SoundBeamer sends sound directly to your ears without the need for headphones.

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Noise-Canceling Headphones Are Fancier Than They Look

The Soundcore Life Q30 may look like every other pair of headphones you've seen, but it has a little more going on when it comes to features.

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Who the Heck Is Buying Apple’s $550 Headphones?

$549 will buy you a pair of AirPods Max with an included case and charging cable, but no charger. Who on Earth will buy these things?

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Early Reviews Say AirPods Max Will Make Your Ears Happy

Apple's AirPods Max are the expensive new headphones everyone's talking about. Initial reviews indicate the quality of these headphones is excellent,...

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Why Mini-LED May Be the Next OLED

Mini-led screens are cheaper to make than OLED screens, especially at larger sizes. THat could be why Apple and other manufacturers are adopting this...

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CES 2021: How The Way We Watch TV Has Changed

In a presentation at CES, representatives from Amazon, Starz, and WarnerMedia talked about how audiences are more savvy (and know what they want)...

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Will Cord Cutters Stick With Hulu+Live TV ?

Hulu+LiveTV is expensive for a streaming service, but for cord cutters looking for alternatives, personal preference may be be the deciding factor...

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Why These 1984 Headphones Are Still Amazing

Koss produced the first Porta Pros in 1984. Since then, they've upgraded the headphones to stay current, but the base tech is the same, and it's...

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Why Is the Apple TV Remote So Bad?

Apple tried to simplify the Apple TV remote, but it just made it harder to use. With a new Apple TV soon to be released, what will the new remote...

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AI's Improving TV Image Quality, But It's Not Perfect

Modern televisions have evolved into on-the-fly remaster machines capable of upscaling older content to modern resolutions, but not every brand is...

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The New Apple TV Makes Me Want to Upgrade

The Apple TV 4K edition has more power for streaming in HD, but the updated remote control might be the best feature, with controls that harken back...

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Why Apple TV’s Color Calibration Is a Big Deal

Apple introduced a new 4K version of the Apple TV and a color calibration capability using an iPhone running iOS 14.5. This calibration has the...

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How Video Streaming Could Become Even More Fractured

A dispute between Google and Roku could cause YouTube TV to leave Roku devices, but experts say it's unlikely. Still, the dispute could point to a...

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