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.

How HDMI Cable Works

The letters HDMI are instantly recognizable after spending any time looking for TVs, computers, or entertainment centers. While most casual shoppers understand the code...

New Features on Smart TVs You Need

If you thought your TV was just for watching network and cable programs together with some DVDs or Blu-Ray videos, think again. New smart...

The Logitech Harmony Ultimate Hub Becomes a Convenient Universal Remote

The Logitech Harmony Ultimate Hub actually turns your iPhone or Android smartphone into a powerful universal remote with a host of interesting features worth checking out. With the plethora of devices -- each with their own remote control -- populating...

Ocap 4: Charter Remote Programming

It's that time again. You just got a new TV, Blu-Ray or stereo but now your remote doesn't work for it. That is because you need to do some Charter remote programming. If you have the C4000 or OCAP-4 then you are in the right place. Find the Code We...

How to Mount Flat Screen Televisions

You need to know how to mount flat screen televisions on walls, quickly, easily, and correctly. Well, you're in luck, because I've done this...

Programming Your XFINITY Remote Codes

Did you know you can use your Comcast remote to control most of your entertainment equipment? All you need are the correct XFINITY ...

The Comcast DVR Entertains You Any Time

In order to record TV content, you need either an outdated VCR, or you have to add a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) to your...

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 ...