Even if your HDTV is already perfectly calibrated, three extra adjustments can help your new plasma or LCD present sports in their best light.
The gift-giving season may be over, but you might have picked up a few bucks and a few gift cards that you're itching to spend. Now's a good time to get yourself a new Blu-ray player for your home entertainment center.
On all counts, the Panasonic DMP-BD60K is a well-made Blu-ray player, and it ranks among the best such devices you can buy today.
Great image quality saves the Toshiba BDX2000 from being just another mundane, low-cost Blu-ray player.
This Blu-ray player offers excellent image quality, wireless connectivity, and a pleasing Netflix interface, but it also stumbles in its Wi-Fi setup.
Its superb image quality, excellent design, and wide feature set make the DMP-BD55K a tempting Blu-ray choice.
This Blu-ray player delivers great-looking images and Internet streaming. But it falls down on the little things.
Great Blu-ray images and the best networking and streaming we've seen to date on a Blu-ray Disc player justify the LG BD390’s lofty price.
This Blu-ray player delivers very good images and Wi-Fi connectivity, but its poorly designed remote and lack of streaming extras hurt its value.
This Blu-ray player has an annoying front-panel cover, but offers terrific color performance and even has streaming video options.
A terrific picture, a responsive interface, and plenty of streaming goodness make this a terrific Blu-ray player, despite a few shortcomings.
This well-designed Blu-ray player delivers pleasing images, but it lacks the streaming capabilities found on competing models.
The Sony Bravia KDL-52XBR9 52-inch HDTV presents clear, well-balanced images, and it also offers an astonishingly large selection of Internet-video options.
Samsung's PN50B650 isn't just a capable HDTV; its ethernet connection turns it into a multimedia machine.
You've bought the HDTV, you've set it up, you've plugged everything into it. Here are five settings that can help you get even more enjoyment from your set.
Articles by Lincoln Spector