Sight and Sound Buying a Blu-ray player is not an easy business, and it's likely to become more difficult as ultra-high definition comes on stream.
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Sight and Sound If you want to play American Blu-rays, you'll need to exercise dogged persistence.
Multiregion capability no longer has to mean big bucks, writes Anthony Clarke.
Adam Turner Despite all the talk of smart TVs, you don't need to buy a new television to tap into the world of online entertainment.
Anthony Clarke A new high-fidelity audio medium has been launched that will revolutionise high-quality audio.
Adam Turner The next Hollywood blockbuster you buy on disc will probably come with a free digital download, but you never quite know what you'll get.
Sight and Sound It's hardly surprising that salesmen try to get you to spend a bit more than you'd planned.
Adam Turner A home media server gathers your digital library and shares it with all your gadgets.
Adam Turner The world of gadgets has had more than its fair share of epic fails.
Asher Moses Digital sales of movies and TV shows now account for more than 10 per cent of total sales in the $1.174 billion Australian home entertainment industry.
Adam Turner explains how cinephiles can preserve their DVD collections.
Sight and Sound Rod Easdown takes a look at three 61-centimetre televisions on three levels.
Adam Turner If you're underwhelmed by your TV's speakers, a soundbar can add punch to your loungeroom audio.
Adam Turner Australia is four years behind overseas online video services, according to Samsung Australia.
Adam Turner If you're not ready to stream movies, there are alternatives to visiting your local video rental store.
Adam Turner Rather than leave your movies and TV shows locked away, you can stream them from your Android gadgets to screens around your home.
Road test These sleek bearers of sound are no longer the gimmick they seemed only years ago.
Adam Turner With a video library in your pocket, you'll never be bored again.
Asher Moses Sony, LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sharp, under pressure from the competition regulator, will stop marketing TVs and Blu-ray players that cannot connect to Wi-Fi networks as "Wi-Fi Ready".
Sight and Sound SACDs sound super but are mostly ignored.