3D immersive sound is shaping up to be the format war of 2015. Here are the details on each of the three major formats as they stand right now.
B&H has got a great deal on Panasonic's excellent 3D-capable home theater projector, the PT-AE8000U. It's just $1499, which is about $2,000 lower than the original list (while supplies last).
DTS has been promising a big launch of a new height-enhanced immersive surround sound format in March. But will they deliver?
A reader writes in asking how to connect multiple source components (a cable box and Roku) to a single HDMI input on her TV.
Amidst the robots, 3D printers and self-driving cars, there were actually a few audio products at CES that were worth seeing (and hearing).
If you're looking for a multi-room wireless music system that doesn't compromise on sound quality, you might want to check out Bluesound. Get the details in our review.
Interested in bringing Dolby Atmos to your home theater? Here's an overview of what you'll need.
The component now features support for the latest immersive audio format, as well as Dolby Atmos and AURO-3D Surround Sound.
Designed with price-cautious music lovers in mind, the new component also has support for WiFi, Bluetooth, AirPlay and more.
The program will leverage a platform of more than 270,000 home entertainment and automation devices to create new smart home experiences.