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Home Theater Systems - Designs, Products, Tips and Info
An SI Board Since April 2014
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Emcee:  J.F. Sebastian Type:  Moderated
This thread is for discussion of home theater systems, tips, tricks, reviews and advice.

Please post here if you are interested in setting up a home theater, need guidance, have advice to give or have equipment recommendations.

It will also incorporate discussion of cable TV services, streaming services, computers, home networks, servers, network attached storage (NAS) devices, routers, switches and anything else pertaining to setup and use of a comprehensive home theater system.

Note: This is a non-political discussion thread! Violations of this policy will result in warnings and bans, if necessary. There are many places on Silicon Investor to discuss politics. This will not be one of them.

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244Apple $5 Valentine’s Day movie sale now live plus bundles from $10 Apple is celJ.F. Sebastian-February 14
243HERE'S THE MOST EXCITING HOME THEATER TECH COMING IN 2020 From 8K TVs to maDon Green1January 18
242Apple launches huge movie bundle sale: Star Wars, Dark Knight, Harry Potter, morJ.F. Sebastian-12/13/2019
241PlayStation Vue is shutting down The streaming service will go dark on Jan. 30,J.F. Sebastian-10/29/2019
240Apple is heading into the weekend with a huge $5 movie sale across nearly everJ.F. Sebastian-10/26/2019
239OK, now I understand. Yes, most of the current STBs can use services for live TVJ.F. Sebastian-10/17/2019
238My reference to a DVR was what I thought was the term used in the USA for the seFrank Walker110/16/2019
237A 4K splitter sounds like a good idea for making it future proof. However, IJ.F. Sebastian-10/16/2019
236Thanks. Note that a splitter is for connecting multiple TVs to one source, whilFrank Walker-10/16/2019
235Check this out if you haven't already techguided.com newegg.com bestrevieDon Green210/15/2019
234I want to buy a 4K-capable “HDMI splitter” gadget so the output from my DVR or PFrank Walker-10/15/2019
233POLL: Which streaming device do you use most often for streaming services to youJ.F. Sebastian-10/14/2019
232I can provide a bit of advice here. For HD reception, the antenna you choose isJ.F. Sebastian-10/12/2019
231I am researching various Cord Cutting Options to replace my sources Comcast basiDon Green110/12/2019
230One good thing about Xfinity if you want to save even more, especially if you doJohn Koligman19/30/2019
229Well, I've just made the leap back to using Xfinity/Comcast for my TV servicJ.F. Sebastian-9/30/2019
228I’m surprised that satellite TV is still competitive with Internet based TV (IPTgreg s-9/18/2019
227They recently put a new RX on the roof dish that allows me to record 26 HD channKirk ©-9/18/2019
226I’m surprised that satellite TV is still competitive with Internet based TV (IPTFrank Walker-9/18/2019
225I thought you were moving soon to the US? When you do, consider overall signal Kirk ©-9/18/2019
224I live in the Philippines.Elroy-9/18/2019
223Sounds like that is the issue. Not sure what we can do to upgrade the viewing ofKirk ©-9/18/2019
222Thanks for the tips, I guess our experience is fairly normal. The good thing abElroy-9/18/2019
221Even when you set up your TV channel sources just right, there can be quite a loFrank Walker-9/18/2019
220This is what I expected the cable guy to do. I don't think all of our cable J.F. Sebastian-9/17/2019
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