TV Equipment

From remote controls to flat-screen HDTVs, getting good TV equipment for your home theater makes good sense. You don't always have to have the most expensive pieces, but you do need to make sure you use quality equipment, or else you'll have weak links on a strong system. With new technology around every corner, we need to keep in the know, in order not to spend money unnecessarily.

Programming Common Cox Cable Remotes

Remote controls, you have them for everything in your entertainment library, which makes it annoying when you all you want to do is curl up and watch a...

Your Buying Guide to Smart TVs

Many TV manufacturers, including LG, Phillips and Samsung, are now manufacturing Smart TVs that have a host of specialty features. So if you are...

Programming Your Optimum One Remote

Programming your Optimum One Remote isn't as daunting of a task as it seems. We will help you program it in only a few simple steps. Start by identifying which remote you have. If your remote has three buttons across the top for TV power, TV Input,...

Samsung TV and PlayStation Team Up to Give you Console-Free Gaming

In December Sony launched a major offensive move when it comes to the battle of between gaming consoles. We were told that if you own a Samsung Internet-connected Smart TV then you will soon get a nice surprise – the ability to play PlayStation games...

Choose Your DVR Hardware Wisely

Digital Video Recorders may very well be the future of television. They offer you unprecedented freedom: You can watch precisely what you'd like, whenever...

Forgotten Technology Series: What to Do With TiVo? Beep-Boop

Unfortunately, in this modern world of technology that we live in, one great idea is usually quickly replaced by something bigger and better just...

What Flat Screen TV Sizes Are Right For You?

One of the most important decisions you have to make when buying a new TV is to choose among the available flat screen TV...

Record TV Shows and Movies with Over The Air DVR

If you are a true television aficionado, you probably already have a subscription to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and perhaps Hulu, but no over the air DVR. But you are also eagerly awaiting the arrival of HBO's online streaming service, so you can see what ...