In the days of analogue TV, VCRs were the go. Then came DVD recorders, and hard drive recorders. Now we see lots of Personal Video Recorders advertised in stores. So what’s a Personal Video Recorder?
ADSL Line Filters are the ubiquitous little white box you’ll see on many phone sockets in Australia. What does an ADSL Line Filter do and do you need one?
Can’t install an outdoor antenna at your house? Will an indoor antenna work? Find out in this Tip of the Week!
Most people choose to buy the biggest TV they can afford. If you choose your TV this way you’re doing it wrong!
Do you have a Pay TV service like Foxtel? Do you watch the local free to air channels via the Foxtel or other Pay TV box as well? If you do you may be missing out on the best picture quality!
The variety of different cables available for connecting devices to TVs can be quite bewildering. The choice can be a lot simpler than you might think though! A few simple rules can help you to choose the right cable for your system.
What is surround sound? What is meant by 5.1? What types of systems are available? All these questions will be answered in this article!
The great thing about modern Digital TVs is that they so thin they can be attached to the wall very neatly. There are numerous different mount methods that cover a wide range of situations. In this article I’ll give an overview of the types of mount available and the pros and cons of each.
A common question from my customers used to be “What button do I press now?” What you may not realise is that your TV or Blu-Ray player or DVD player or other device will usually tell you!
Do you find you have to keep swapping AV cables to use your older game consoles and devices on your new TV? This is a pretty common problem because new Digital TVs are dumping old Composite Video inputs in favour of newer technology like HDMI.There’s a much better way and it won’t cost you as much as a new console!