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Dear Home Theater Sketch Pad Expert, I was wondering if you had any ideas on how I might get a better picture on my plasma flat-panel HDTV. I spent a ton of money on this thing and so far I don't think it looks much better than my old one. I thought I was getting something state-of-the-art, but now I'm not so sure. Please help.

The Digital Home - Something's Gotta Give

"Can I email it to ya when I figure it out?" Harry Sanborn (Jack Nicholson), Something's Gotta Give (2003)

VoIP FAQ

The following answers to commonly asked questions can help you get started understanding what VoIP is and why it can save you money and add flexibility to your life.

When Size Matters

The huge capacity that was once only offered by magnetic hard drives is now possible for solid-state disks at a price point that can fight head-on in the market.

Why Use an Acoustically Transparent Screen?

With virtually no loss of sound quality, it allows a center channel speaker to be positioned directly behind the screen, the optimal location for full range audio performance.

Wireless Smoke Alarms "The New Generation"

Adding wireless smoke alarms as a new system or adding them to expand upon an already existing interconnected fire alarm system will ensure the highest level of protection available today.

You Need A Simple Notebook & Desktop Backup Strategy.

For the desktop user who is unwilling to open their computer, and needs extra USB ports, this drive may be a good choice. Complimenting with Norton Ghost backup software would make a good choice better.

The Next BIG Thing! - Part 1

HomePlug AV provides the robust backbone that frees the service providers' customers to fully enjoy the services they provide without the expense of truck rolling and the negative affects of customer technophobia. Just plug-it-in technology is what customers and service providers want.

Antennas for the Mainstream HDTV Household

With a growing number of HD channels available and seamless performance with HD satellite, antennas are a more viable source for home entertainment than ever before.

Bridging to Home Automation's Future

Easily bridge between alternative power line carrier, wireless, and hard-wired protocols to create mixed installations that are optimized for ease, reliability, affordability, and functionality.

CEDIA 2006 Recap - Part 1

Let's take a walk through the myriad aisles of Home Toys at CEDIA 2006.

CEDIA 2006 Recap - Part 2

Well, back to the yellow brick road. Maybe the wizard will set us straight. More products from CEDIA 2006

CEDIA 2006 Recap - Part 3

Now let's finish our trip through the maze of Cedia booths.

CEDIA 2006 Special News Report

Hundreds of product announcements from CEDIA 2006 in Denver

Choosing Audio Systems and Speakers

If you are in the market for a good audio system with high-quality speakers and solid, reliable performance, the time couldn't be better to shop and buy. You know the drill. Do the research, pick your products and have yourself a great audio experience.

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