Originally Posted by FunHouse Austin
magnetic damage can be permanent
It can often be fixed, although in some cases the damage will continue to appear until fixed.
I used to have a Sharp tube that we had in a corner of an...
I've run into a similar problem with my wii - I'm not sure if it's "normal" for a wii, or if it's something my TV or receiver are doing.
My wii outputs 480p to my AVR. If the AVR outputs 1080p (AVR does the scaling), I get black...
Originally Posted by johaln2
I would like to thank you for the great work here on AVS Forum, I been here quite often for help but never asked for a question in till today because most of my questions are already...
Originally Posted by Zookster
I was just on Xplay's website looking at their end-of-year award winners and got a good chuckle out of the following categories:
BEST PERFORMANCE BY
Nathan Drake - Uncharted 3
Originally Posted by upstate-avfan-da
Ordered 60's for my parents Saturday and saw the deal that came out today... anyone think Newegg will give me a break? Updating my parents from TV speakers to a nice Polk set up :-)
Originally Posted by TheSteelPhantom
The goal is to NOT have to switch a ton of crap to different modes in order for this to work. I *don't* want to have to switch my computer's output between the Toslink-out-to-the-living-room...
Doesn't the PC have both 3.5mm and SPDIF outputs? Why not just connect both the 3.5mm and SPDIF to the PC directly?
I did this same thing a couple weeks ago. I use my small PC speakers for general use (3.5mm), but sometimes I use my...
Originally Posted by champ22
Yea, I didn't know about the difference between surrounds and stuff and this for about 80 ht and 30 music prolly.
Looking for a surround system that gives 110%
The Chuck Norris of sound systems.