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  1. Why You Should Pre-Wire Your Home Cinema

    Creating a home cinema is an exciting project that will elevate your entertainment experience. One of the most crucial steps is pre-wiring your room. Here’s why pre-wiring your home cinema is so important and how it can benefit you in the long run.

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  2. Five reasons why Dual Subwoofers are an Advantage in your Home Theatre

    Creating the perfect home theatre isn't just about a big screen; it's also about how good your system sounds. Adding a second subwoofer can make a big difference in your movie-watching experience. Here's are five reasons why two subwoofers can be better than one:

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  3. Samsung Breaks Into the Small OLED TV Market

    Samsung's recent expansion of their OLED TV range could prove to be a major competitor or even industry leader in the OLED TV market. While there were a few more fascinating releases announced at CES 2024, such as the transparent OLED from LG or the whopping 115-inch screen from TCL, Samsung's new products caught our eye for just that reason.

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  4. Samsung and Google Develop 3D Audio Technology Competitor for Dolby Atmos

    An interview with Samsung's research team has revealed that the tech company is working with Google to create their own 3D audio technology. Although Samsung products currently feature compatibility with Dolby Atmos, their new technology could become a direct competitor.

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  5. Refresh Rate: Everything You Need to Know (And More)

    If you're shopping for a TV or a projector for your living room or for a home theatre setup, you're probably aware that refresh rate is an important specification to look at. Those who use a gaming console and monitor also often play close attention to refresh rate. Outside of definition, refresh rate probably has the biggest impact on the viewing experience you can get from a device. So, what does refresh rate mean and how is it different from frame rate? What constitutes a "good" refresh rate?

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  6. The Art and Science of Wood Slatted Acoustic Panels

    As home cinemas and hi-fi systems become increasingly popular, the need for optimal acoustics in our living spaces has never been more paramount. Acoustic panels, often overlooked in interior design, play a pivotal role in shaping our auditory experiences. Among them, wood slatted acoustic panels are making waves for their unmatched blend of sound control and aesthetic charm.

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  7. Acoustic Diffusion Panels: Enhancing Your HiFi and Home Theatre Audio Experience

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    Through your journey in HiFi and home theatre, you're aware of the significance of every piece of your sound puzzle, from the receiver to speaker placement. Yet, there's a sound-enhancing hero often overlooked: acoustic diffusion panels. This guide will give you a simplified overview of Acoustic Diffusion Panels, why you would want to them and how they can be used.

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  8. Acoustic Room Treatment: A Guide for HiFi and Home Theatre Lovers

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    Want to elevate your audio experience? Let's delve deep into the world of acoustic room treatment.

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  9. Epson is Making Short Throws More Accessible with the New LS650

    For those who thought making a home theatre that's just like the real thing was only an achievable dream for the rich, Epson will make you think again. At Berlin's IFA consumer electronics show, the iconic projector company announced the release of the EpiqVision Ultra LS650.

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  10. A Simple Guide to Amplifier Classes: Class A, Class AB, and Class D Explained

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    This topic is something you've undoubtedly encountered if you’ve ventured into the world of high-quality audio, whether it's for a pure music listening experience, a home theatre setup, or for professional audio applications: amplifiers. In this guide, we'll dive into the technical nuances of Class A, Class AB, and Class D amplifiers. Rest assured, you don’t need an electrical engineering degree to grasp these concepts; we have distilled the technical jargon into digestible insights.

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