Don't-Miss Home theater Stories
If you have multiple computers, iOS devices, and media players in your home, it's likely your media is a mess--scattered from one end of your home to the other. With the aid of a NAS and these tips, you can cull, organize, and play that content on any device you own.
A lesson in how to tag movies you've ripped with ratings information and then use that information to keep your kids from viewing inappropriate content.
With a simple cable, you can view your iOS device videos on a much larger screen.
Is it possible to play two different movies, stored in one iTunes library, to a pair of Apple TVs?
Looking for better sound from your HDTV with fewer wires? A soundbar is a single audio unit that incorporates the center, left, and right speakers. Paired with a subwoofer, soundbars provide the aural oomph lacking from flat screen HDTVs in a pretty package.
As the number of components in your home theater grows--you might have even picked up a few more over the holidays--you'll run into a problem. Namely, you have more HDMI-enabled products than HDMI inputs on your HDTV. An HDMI switch can help.
Just realized you forgot to buy holiday gifts for some of the people in your life, and there's no time to go to the store or have anything shipped without express delivery charges higher than the cost of the gift itself? Thankfully, the digital entertainment lovers on your last-minute list aren't out of luck.
Time was the only way you could access Netflix’s Watch Instantly feature was on a Windows PC. Now you only need to watch on a computer (Intel Macs included) if you want to. There are now many different ways to enjoy streaming Netflix content where you *really* want to see it--on your TV.
Apple Remote app can help you control iTunes from afar, and in interesting ways.
Thanks to the DisplayPort connectors on today's Macs, it's easy to connect a Mac to your TV or AV gear--with the right adapter.