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How To Calibrate Your TV

It’s a good idea for most to be able to know how to calibrate a TV. Knowing how to color calibrate TVs ensures that your viewing experience is always optimal; color depth and image quality depend greatly on how well the overall picture comes together, no pun…
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HDR10 vs HDR10+ vs Dolby Vision

If you’re already aware of what HDR (high-dynamic range) is, you might find yourself with more questions now that you’ve understood the concept. If you pull out a list of the best 75-80” TVs, you’ll notice that they’re all very evenly split between these three.
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Curved vs Flat TVs. Everything You Need to Know

Televisions have enjoyed evolution on a level perhaps quicker and more visible than any other technology; no longer do our televisions rely on antennas, no longer do we have to bang on the TV set to get the picture right and no longer are we glued to them all the time. Well…
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Color Volume: Everything You Need to Know

The best monitors out there seem to have it all; having one of those top-of-the-line 1440p monitors seems to ensure perfect visuals and cutting-edge technology all in exchange for a few hundred dollars. You might already know, however, that this is not always true. Of the…
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Color Accuracy: Everything You Need to Know

Color might be one of the most striking aspects and a key deciding factor in any considerations we make based on one of the most important sense perceptions: sight. In fact, a marketing study claims that up to 90% of rapid-fire judgments made about products rely on color…
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PC Cable Management: How To Make It Right

Ask anyone who’s built a PC and they’ll tell you that PC cable management gives you more in peace of mind that it takes up in man-hours. With ‘clean up your room’ being a rallying cry and a mantra for a big chunk of the generation, it’s only fair that when it comes…
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Chroma Subsampling: Everything You Need to Know

Behind the scenes of your favorite films and television shows, hours and hours of work (equaling months) is put in to achieve the final result. This is not just limited to the writing, directing, and producing, however, but also in bringing the end product to you: DVDs…
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Open Vs Closed Headphones

Before spending a sizeable chunk of money on a nice pair of over-the-ear-headphones, it’s best to do your research. Don’t let all the intimidating terminology discourage you from making an informed purchase decision. Over-the-ear headphones, also known as circumaural…
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THX Certification: Everything You Need to Know

With so many options in the home audio market and for sound equipment, it can be hard to know at a glance what the best product is. What are the best home theater speakers out there? What if you want to get specific, such as when looking for the best floor standing…
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How To Optimize A Wi-Fi Network

A simple online search for any Wi-Fi-related queries will show you that variants of “how to improve Wi-Fi signal” or “how to improve Wi-Fi speed” are commonly asked questions, ones that you’ve probably mulled over too. Fortunately, knowing how to optimize Wi-Fi…