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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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212Ha! I wish that were mine. I just searched for an appropriate photo to replace tJ.F. Sebastian2last Wednesday
211Love your den. :) [graphic] goldworldnet-last Wednesday
210Hulu 4K streaming comes back to Apple TV The latest Apple TV is one of just twoJ.F. Sebastian1July 12
209What differentiates the Roku and other boxes and what they offer from the streamJ.F. Sebastian-July 6
208The Netflix Problem The Streaming Industry Is Fundamentally Broken medium.comDon Green1July 6
207Well they do have a free Roku channel with something like 800 titles, but I’ve lRoad Walker-July 6
206I don't think Roku offers streaming TV packages of its own. That is, they doJ.F. Sebastian-July 5
205My parents had the Tivo Romano and it worked well because they could get HD wherStephen Clark-July 5
204Ala cart is a great concept but the TV providers would just find a way to chargeStephen Clark-July 5
203"Any idea if the higher end LED and OLED TVs still have component inputs anJohn Koligman1July 5
202Roku, but not listed in your ballot. It’s ok usually. You can hook into your payRoad Walker-July 5
201I have considered Tivo Lifetime a few times but you an honestly never know how lDon Green-July 5
200I was grandfathered in with TiVo too at the $15/mo. rate, but last year when I cJ.F. Sebastian-July 5
199I'm more surprised about 3D TVs dying in the marketplace, 3D-anything seems J.F. Sebastian-July 5
198Tivo does not allow me to copy any HBO shows I've recorded, they are greyed Don Green-July 5
197I think curved TVs were just a gimmick, and proved to be an unpopular one at thaDon Green-July 5
196I have a TiVo, and I use a free app called cTiVo for my Mac if I want to copy thJ.F. Sebastian-July 5
195As I posted on the Computer Learning thread when SI Ron said he was going to getJ.F. Sebastian-July 5
194I am wondering if anyone has owned either a curved computer monitor or TV and whDon Green-July 5
193First number from my old home in PNW [graphic] second number from my present hoDon Green-July 5
192Interesting. I'm in the Silicon Valley of Taxifornia and it points S (160?)Kirk ©-July 5
191Kirk Interesting, I remember many years ago I had to talk to a neighbor to see Don Green-July 5
190I believe now and then when very windy and rainy I get some issues watching liveKirk ©-July 5
189Kirk I must say I am surprised you can copy and save / move Premium movies froDon Green-July 5
188Dish now lets you save recordings on your devices so you can watch movies on a pKirk ©-July 5
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