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Home Theater Systems - Designs, Products, Tips and Info
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This thread is for discussion of home theater systems. Tips, tricks, reviews, and advice are all welcome here.

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 stereo receivers, TVs, cable/satellite 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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368I'm partial to Synology for NAS setups, but to each his own. As for the SeaJ.F. Sebastian-6 hours ago
367I also upgraded both of my Tivo XL models to TB drives but they are now both in J.F. Sebastian-8 hours ago
366My son got excited reading that Mac Pro article. He is putting together his MeDon Green-yesterday
365J.F. My thinking wasn't so much about drive capacity as it was about long-tDon Green-yesterday
364I ordered my TiVo Premiere XL4 from WeakKnees and it has a 1TB drive, so lots oJ.F. Sebastian-yesterday
363If I could go back I would have done this early on and may still do the upgrade Don Green1yesterday
362Thanks, pyTivo looks interesting, but I'm partial to the functionality of cTJ.F. Sebastian-yesterday
361Give this a try pyTivo Desktop it works on mac and Windows Don Green-Saturday
360Yes, to copy programs from the TiVo I use a program called cTiVo on my Mac and J.F. Sebastian-Saturday
359Welcome aboard the Tivo World I use Peacock via my Laptop and then stream on TVDon Green-Saturday
358Just installed a new TiVo Edge for cable DVR with Lifetime access (no monthly fJ.F. Sebastian2Saturday
357Best home theater systems of 2021 From streaming soundbars to stereo loudspeakeDon Green1August 30
356Best home theater projector for 2021 - CNET From portable projectors to affordaDon Green1August 30
355Ted Lasso, See and more: What movies and shows are on Apple TV Plus? [graphic]AJ.F. Sebastian-August 29
354Apple's new Siri Remote for Apple TV gets firmware update Apple on Tuesday J.F. Sebastian-August 21
353How a home theater can be useful working from home From Zoom meetings to streamDon Green1July 29
352I just purchased a second Sonus Beam sound bar for an upstairs TV. Amex is runnElroy-July 20
351Try crossposting that message to AC & All Home Appliances run by goldworldneJ.F. Sebastian1July 5
350Ok, I am researching this one myself, but if there is a home electrician that unElroy-July 5
349Firestick works great!Elroy-July 2
348For anyone interested in the NAS topic in regard to streaming mp3 files from a hElroy-June 30
347The home we are renting has lots of great DVDs. The new TV has minimal inputs. Elroy-June 30
346The less expensive TVs are that way these days. They've gone into HDMI fullyJ.F. Sebastian-June 28
345It's a flat screen. 2 HDMI inputs, one USB, one Coaxial, and one power plugElroy-June 28
344We bought a 58 inch Samsung from Best Buy, $499. Who makes 58 inch TVs. Samsung,J.F. Sebastian-June 28
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