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Friday
Sep272019

Podcast #915: Fall TV 2019

It's that time of year when baseball crowns a world champion and football dominates our weekends. But there is something else that we are happy about at the HDTV and Hometheater podcast… TV is out of reruns! Today we run down the Fall TV schedule from ABC, CBS, CW, Fox, and NBC.

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Friday
Sep202019

Podcast #914: CEDIA 2019

Last week more than 20,000 home tech pros and 500+ exhibitors convened in Denver for the 2019 CEDIA Expo. This week the HT Guys run down some of the cool product announcements that came out of the show.

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Friday
Sep132019

Podcast #913: Robert Spivack of DoItForMe.Solutions

This week we have an interview with Robert Spivack owner of DoItForMe.Solutions.

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Friday
Sep062019

Podcast #912: Make Your Family Love Your Smart Home and Filmmaker Mode

This week we take a look at what it takes to make your family love the Smart Home you created and what Hollywood directors are doing to make sure you watch their movies the way they intended.

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Friday
Aug302019

Podcast #911: Hacking a Sonos Speaker, Best Wifi Speakers, and Samsung entering the OLED game

This week we take a look at taking apart a $99 powered Ikea Sonos speaker and transplanting it into any speaker you want. No allen wrenches are required. Then we take a look at the Best Wifi speakers of 2019 and finally we discuss Samsung entering the OLED market.

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Friday
Aug232019

Podcast #910: What happened to the HTPC? 

When we first started doing the podcast many many years ago, the Home Theater PC was a thing. DIYers built them from scratch and others who were not so technically inclined could buy fully built ready to go products from third party vendors. Xbox owners were lucky enough to have the Windows Media Center client built into their gaming consoles so they could leave the PC in an office and still have the HTPC experience in the family room.

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