Is this the end of cable as we know it? Thanks to the proliferation of video streaming services and platforms like YouTube TV, Apple TV and Sling, TV and movie fans have more viewing options than ever before. Best of all, they can pick and choose which subscriptions they want to pay for, rather than get locked into a cable package that may include channels they don't want and will never watch.
The introduction of the first universal remote in promised a simpler, better way for consumers to control their entire home theater. From that day in 1985, TVs, VCRs, stereo systems and other media players could all be controlled through a single remote.
Many factors go into selecting the best home theater receiver — serious movie buffs can attest to this. One of the most important features cinephiles look for in an AV receiver are the number of speaker terminals. Are there enough speaker inputs to power your desired arrangement?
Ongoing developments in high-definition video and high-resolution audio have paved the way for movie fans to bring the cinema experience into the comfort of their own homes. Ultra 4K HD video and 3D audio allow for crisper, richer visuals and deeper sound quality than ever before.
Movie lovers today have the opportunity to recreate the cinema experience in the comfort of their own home theaters. Televisions have gotten larger and increasingly capable of displaying more detailed images in ultra high-definition 4K video.
A high-end AV receiver is an essential component in any home theater. Whether you want to enjoy the dynamic sounds of the latest action movies or immerse yourself in lush musical landscapes, you need the audio-visual muscle that only an expertly designed and crafted AV receiver can provide.