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Your sound bar may only have a couple of inputs, but you can easily expand its connectivity by using your TV to switch among devices.
It's time to break out the drill and the jigsaw as we give you a step-by-step guide on installing a cooling fan in your media cabinet.
MP3s of 128Kbps should be a thing of the past. Make better rips of your CDs, or go beyond CD with HD audio. 1
Do you feel like retailers might not be telling you the whole story on consumer rights? The ACCC is here to help. 1
Get videos from phones, compact cameras and other sources into a better format with HandBrake. 2
If you've upgraded your PlayStation 3's firmware to version 3.7 and beyond, you may notice that the Plus7 and ABC iView catch-up TV services have gone missing. How do you get them back? 1
Just like 3D, the TV industry is hoping that smart TVs — that is, TVs that can connect to the internet — will halt the price slide and reinvigorate the flat panel market. 3
Your PlayStation isn't just for games. With these settings and software, you can access your computer's music, videos and photos to view on your TV. 2
Streaming media is starting to ramp up in Australia, but there isn't a single device on the market that can play everything. Here is our list of "must-have" features for media players. 14
ARC, which stands for audio return channel, is part of the HDMI 1.4 specification. Here's what it means in practical terms for your home theatre set-up.
The Oppo BDP-103AU has impressive video processing power, but it comes at a price.
We look at the AH-D600, one of the latest pair of headphones from Denon.
While the build quality is amongst the best, the sound quality could do with some tweaking.
The Sonus Play:3 is an affordable first step into the world of multi-room audio, and sounds better than most iPod docks.