Blu-ray players bring home theater to the next level with virtually flawless picture and sound. But how do you know which one's right for you?
Blu-ray players offer the best high-def experience out there. But if you don't use the right connections, you won't get all the audio/video performance you paid for.
Blu-ray players are packed with features. But how quickly to they load discs and perform functions? We tested five players for speed and ease-of-use.
Shopping for a Blu-ray player? Find out about the latest features so you can find one that's right for you.
This chart looks at a growing number of Internet video streaming services, what they offer and compatible devices. We compare search and save features in addition to subscription options, video and audio quality, the size of their catalogs and a few pros and cons of each service.
This article compares key features of a number of today's most popular cloud music services.
Crutchfield's senior home A/V editor, Steve Kindig reviews the Oppo BDP-95 universal Blu-ray player.
Ben from Cambridge Audio shows us their Azur 651BD and Azur 751BD Blu-ray disc players. They're designed not only to render your videos beautifully, but also to play all your music with depth and clarity.
What's the difference between DVD and Blu-ray Disc? How would I connect a DVD player to my TV to get the best possible picture? My TV doesn't accept progressive-scan signals, so paying extra for a progressive-scan DVD player is a waste of money, right? Plus more...
Learn about DVD features and specifications.
How does 3D TV work? Why do I have to wear glasses to watch 3D? Your questions about 3DTV answered here!
HDMI can carry full 1080p video and high-resolution surround sound. It's also your only choice for 3D TV. Learn about other HDMI features, and get tips on choosing cables.
Because most people, from surround sound novices to A/V experts, find new formats a little confusing, we've provided a quick description of how each format works.
Learn how DVDs and Blu-ray Discs store video and audio data. You'll also find out what sets Blu-ray apart, making the it the format of choice for high-def home theater.
When did home theater really start to take off? We dug through the Crutchfield archives to find out.