Featured Reviews & Articles Article Archives
How to Extend Wireless Internet for Full Coverage in Large Homes Getting a reliable wireless network in large homes, or through materials like lath and plaster, is difficult but not impossible. Read on to see how to get fast WiFi throughout your whole home.
How to Set Up a Wireless Network From Start to Finish Setting up a Wireless Router or fast WiFi Network in your home is super simple with this guide. From un-boxing to final security configuration, we'll take you through the entire process.
AV Tip: Utilizing The "Extra Bass" Feature in an AV Receiver Do you like your sound with an extra helping of punchy bass? One simple tip could be just what the doctor ordered. The largely ignored Extra bass feature could give your system a needed boost.
How to Login to a Wireless Router: A Beginners' Guide This simple guide provides instructions on how to login to a wireless router, including finding the IP address and password. Easy as 1-2-3.
7 Tips to Boost Wireless Speed, Range, and Reliability Boosting your wireless speed, range, and reliability is surprisingly simple. These 7 steps will help you set up a rock solid WiFi network and get the most out of a wireless router.
How to Add Wireless to Ethernet Only Equipment Connecting equipment to a wireless network that lack built-in wireless is an easy task. With either a wireless bridge of Ethernet over powerline kit, you'll be up and running in no time.
Connecting Up a Sound Bar to Enhance Your Flat Panel TV's Audio Connecting up a Sound Bar speaker can be a daunting task. We make it easier in this Soundbar Setup instructional video. Don't settle for poor sounding TV speakers. Install a Soundbar to your HDTV.
AV Tip: How to Avoid Blowing Out Your Speakers Every so often some variation of this question gets asked on the Audioholics Forums, "Will I blow my speakers if I use amplifer X with speaker Y?" Here are a few tips to keep your equipment safe.
Tip of The Day: Mixing and Matching Speakers As a general rule, we do not recommend mixing and matching different brands of speakers in a surround sound system. Even mixing different lines within a particular brand can present problems.
AV Tip: Recess Your TV Outlets Lots of people are starting to wall-mount their televisions, but with TVs getting thinner there are challenges. One of the most common problems I've experienced has been power cord clearance.