Julie Govan, Steve Kindig
Confused by HDTV specs and lingo? Get a grip on the key features to consider when choosing an HDTV, including screen size, TV type, resolution, and contrast ratio.
How does 3D TV work? Why do I have to wear glasses to watch 3D? Your questions about 3DTV answered here!
3D TV gives you a three-dimensional viewing experience in the comfort of your home. Find out what you need to get 3D TV, what you'll be able to watch, and how it works.
Want to enjoy better sound with your TV? Here are four ways to make it happen.
In this short video, we'll share some simple pointers to help you figure out the optimum screen size for your room.
LCD and plasma are the two most popular TV technologies. Learn about the pros and cons of each so you can decide which one's best for you.
720p, 1080i, 1080p — HDTV resolution can seem like a confusing numbers game. Find out what the numbers mean for your HDTV and high-def video sources.
Learn about contrast ratio — what it means for a TV's picture quality, and how to use contrast ratio numbers when comparing TVs.
Steve Kindig, Tara W.
More and more HDTVs can access online content. Learn what you need to get connected, as well as what you can expect from today's Internet-ready Smart TVs.
Learn about the differences between fluorescent and LED backlighting in LCD HDTVs, including LED's improvements in color and black levels.
Learn everything you need to understand the world of HDTV and choose a TV that'll make you happy for years to come.
To watch high-def video, you need both an HD signal and an HDTV. This article will walk you through your options so you can get the full HD experience.
With the right kind of "connected" home A/V gear, you can access online content right from your TV. Find out how.
Would you like to see your favorite pictures and home movies on your TV? Or play your entire digital music collection on your living room speakers? Find out how in this article.
Flat-panel HDTVs use either plasma or LCD screen technology. Learn about the pros and cons of both types so you can decide which one's best for you.
Projectors have improved a lot in recent years while prices have dropped. Here are some tips on choosing and setting up a projector.
Steve Kindig, Amanda P.
HDTV resolution can seem like a confusing numbers game. This article explains what the numbers mean and which ones you really need to pay attention to.
Over-the-air broadcasts provide some of the best-looking HDTV signals, and they're free. Take a look at what goes into choosing and installing a HDTV antenna.
Your TV's screen size should depend on how far you'll sit from it, what you'll watch on it, and your personal preferences.
Want to wall mount your plasma or LCD TV? Get the info you need for a safe and nice-looking installation.