Technology inevitably marches on. '4K TVs', 'QuadHD TVs', or 'Ultra HD 4K TVs' as the manufacturers are calling them, are new to the market and here's what we know about them so far. If you are video geeks like us here at VideoCrib you may want to look for one to purchase, or at least go to the store to check one out.
Here's a quick breakdown, please keep in mind that some of this info may be subject to change, but we'll make sure we keep you up to date.
You've seen them in stores, or online. They may be in the form of wet or dry cloths or wipes, or simply a dry anti-static cloth accompanied by an alcohol based spray cleaning bottle. Does this product really do its job, do you really need to spend 15 to 30 dollars (or more) to clean your CD, DVD or Blu-ray disc, and will it even be worth it? What will you expect to get? Improved sound, more crisp and clear, and a sharper, clearer video experience? Maybe...
Filed Under: setup
So you've got a Home Theatre Amp or Receiver, and you're trying to solve the mystery of sound, as in which of the many possible connections should I use to get the best possible sound out of my 'monster speaker system' or even just a compact space-saving one, while using either a set-top box or DVD/Blu-ray player as input.
Well, let's try to decode the mystery...
Filed Under: cables
If you want to transfer VHS to DVD, several options exist for the VHS to DVD conversion and, if done right, the DVD's can look even better than the original VHS tapes (for simplicity sake we use VHS, but this process also applies to VHS-C, SVHS, Hi8, regular, even Beta).
A Smart TV refers to the combining of the Internet and Web 2.0 functions into televisions or set-top devices.
Like a 'smartphone', with its integration of the Internet, Web widgets, and various software applications, so too does a TV integrated in this way become a 'Smart TV'.
What Can They Do?