DTS also says that a slew of AV components will soon get firmware to add in DTS:X support.
Thinking about upgrading your home theater to Dolby Atmos and DTS:X? Wondering what's involved and if it's really worth the effort? Read on. (Spoiler alert: it's totally worth it.)
Do you like to play in the mud? Need your own soundtrack? Then you'll love Kicker's latest wireless speaker.
A new interface, new remote, and a whopping 16 tuners should have subscribers jumping at the chance for an upgrade.
New for 2016, this 65-incher also comes with a 6-inch Android tablet remote and Google Cast features.
A reader asks why he isn't getting true 5.1 surround sound from his Sonos PlayBar soundbar and rear speakers.
Designed in conjunction with Parisian design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, this model is made to look good in almost any room.
Available today, the $30 remote allows you to surf through live and recorded TV choices with the sound of your voice.
The whole-home wireless music pioneer is opening their first retail store in Manhattan's SOHO neighborhood, and we'd recommend you check it out.
The company broke all sorts of sales records in a variety of home electronics categories.