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08-02-2013, 12:12 AM
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If you wanted to setup a home with multiple zones in the fastest way possible its pretty clear there is only one way to go, wireless. There are plenty of solutions for Apple’s Airplay technology built in but what about if you use Windows Media Player? What would you say if we found a system that works with just about any protocol out there and sounds great too? That’s where the Allaire ARIS Wireless Speaker System by Aperion Audio comes in.
And a week doesn’t go by without the HT Guys receiving an email asking us for our opinion on which TV to buy. When we answer those emails it usually requires a little back and forth to understand the use case for each TV. There are many factors but the biggest two are the size of the screen and the cost of the TV. For this week we thought we would pick five HDTVs that you would be proud to showcase in your home. The two hard requirements for the list were size, each TV had to be 50 inches or greater, and cost, each TV could not cost more than $1,000. The TVs can be found almost everywhere but some models may only be available online.
We also discuss:
- TiVo Research Shows Netflix Not Eating Into Linear TV
- When 'Smart Homes' Get Hacked
- VUDU - In Home Disc to Digital
- Netflix's Personalized User Profiles begin showing uip
- Google's Chromecast to get Redbox Instant and Vimeo
- CEA: 7% of U.S. homes get their TV programming solely through an antenna
and a lot more...listen now - mp3
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