Sight and sound
Rod Easdown Deafness is more than just a matter of not hearing, it’s also about losing detail.
Sight and sound
Rod Easdown The solution to finding the right place to put the TV might be to hang it on a wall using one of many clever brackets available.
Rod Easdown Soundbars sit unobtrusively below the screen and and pump out a quality sound.
Rod Easdown Digital turntables - CD players with special features - changed the DJ business in more ways than one.
Rod Easdown Originally developed for commercial cinemas, Atmos is centred on having speakers encircling you and they’re also above your head.
Rod Easdown Getting good sound from an integrated music player for less than $100 is a challenge but far from impossible.
Rod Easdown Speakers are the most important part of a hi-fi system, and the most personal.
Rod Easdown Not all home theatre sound systems are much good for playing music but there are some that do a pretty good job.
Rod Easdown Before there were LCD televisions, and 106-centimetre plasmas cost $10,000, a retailer told me the reason people paid so much for them. It wasn’t just about size, picture quality and viewing experience – having a plasma was like having a BMW. Plasmas, he said, were BMWs you hung on the wall.
Rod Easdown There isn't a lot of bespoke material for UHD TVs but you can get more enjoyment from your movie collection if you've got the right accompanying hardware.
Rod Easdown The neighbours might not approve but these booming music systems prove their mettle on the dance floor.
Rod Easdown Ultra-high definition (UHD) may be on its way to becoming the default specification for Australian televisions, even though there’s no software for it and no UHD broadcasts.
Rod Easdown Why do so many retailers seem to be ignoring the market for good quality outboard speaker systems for computers?
Rod Easdown Plug your smartphone or tablet into one of these portable speakers.
Rod Easdown My mate Don could never be called an early adopter. He asked me about new speakers to replace his 30-year-old B&W floor-standing models that were too big for his new house.
Rod Easdown It's a funny thing about technology - the faster it moves, the more resistant people become.
Rod Easdown You get so much bass with a pair of Dr Dre headphones that the things shake on your head.
Rod Easdown The rate of change in technology is nothing compared with the rate of change in its prices.
Rod Easdown There can be a bit of flexibility on how much you need to spend on home theatre sound systems.
Rod Easdown Analog radios are simple, efficient and cost a fraction of their far more trendy digital counterparts.