Dolby Atmos is heading to home theatres, A/V receivers with 32 channels are planned… but the question is do you have the space and more importantly the money to build such a system at home?
HDMI, Display Port, DVI and VGA are 4 display connection technologies that are used for computer monitors and televisions. So which one should you use? In short you should use HDMI
With the current 1080p TVs and UHD or 4K TVs coming out just around the corner. Have you wonder what is the right size TV for your living room? Use the following guide from Digital Trends to find out:
A guide from cnet.com to help you to decide which TV technology to buy, either LED LCD, OLED or Plasma:
Panasonic has decided to quit the Plasma TV business. Is this the end of Plasma TV?
HDMI 2.0 doesn’t require changes in cables, see the following article from Digital Trends:
HDMI 2.0 Explained
HDMI 2.0 specification has been published, expect higher bandwidth
HDMI 2.0 specification is published
4K Ultra HD is coming to a TV screen near you, the following article from Digital Trends provides a guide on the technology
Everything you need to know about 4K Ultra HD
The following article from Digital Trends is a comparison of the pros and cons of LCD vs Plasma: