Don't-Miss Home Theater Stories
All the features you want from a surge suppressor, and for a reasonable price.
It’s full of great features, but it doesn't seem to be UL listed and we were unable to determine other key specifications.
You can plug six AC adapters and two USB cables into this cleverly designed unit.
All the features you want, with just a couple of minor drawbacks.
Amazon recommends this surge protector for all purposes, but it's really just a glorified power strip.
Anyone looking for a surge protector that cuts power when it can no longer offer protection should consider this model.
High-tech features and a supremely powerful amplifier team up to produce some of the deepest, cleanest bass you'll experience outside of an IMAX theater.
DirecTV Now has attractive pricing and some clever ideas, but it's dragged down by too many problems.
Quick disc loading, support for both HDR-10 and (soon) Dolby Vision, and tons of audio features push this Blu-ray player to the front of the pack.
These smartly designed speakers are particularly great as the height channels in a Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, or Auro-3D configuration.
Sony has forsaken quantum dots and OLED technology to follow its own path to color and HDR.
Google's Chromecast Ultra quadruples the pixels for double the money, but it lacks the bells and whistles of other high-end steaming devices.
You don't get a lot of extra features, but this player delivers excellent performance on both the video and audio fronts.
Microsoft promises a fix in 2017, but today the game console doesn't pass high-def audio bitstreams such as Dolby TrueHD or Dolby Atmos to the rest of your home-theater gear.
This is the only Blu-ray player we've seen that can also play DSD audio files, but don't pay the premium price unless you can take full advantage of its advanced features.