When it comes to digital cables, HDMI cables are the most advanced cables you can get today. HDMI cables transmit both uncompressed audio and digital video signals from one device (such as a Blu-ray player) to your flat-panel TV. This ability to carry both audio and digital video signals is great because it eliminates the need for separate audio and video cables, thus reducing clutter. What’s more, you get the highest quality signal possible because HDMI cables support all high definition TV (HDTV) resolutions (including 720p, 1080i and 1080p) as well as EDTV (480p) and standard definition signals. As for audio, while even more improvements are in the works, HDMI cables currently support up to 8 channels of 24-bit audio. This is the best you can get today. Continue reading

Let’s say you are set up with an entertainment center that features the whole shebang. HDTV with an integrated ATSC tuner. An antenna capable of picking up HD signals over the air. And you have all kinds of sweet peripherals ready to feed your TV an amazing high definition picture. Sounds awesome! But are you sure you’re really getting a high def image on your HDTV? Continue reading

When you’re setting up a slick home entertainment system, the last thing you want is a tangle of cables making an otherwise awesome setup look cluttered and messy. But what to do with all of those cables that are a necessary part of integrating peripherals into a complete system? That’s when A/V cable management comes in. Keeping tabs on and organizing your cables is the first step – then comes either hiding them out of site or minimizing the appearance of exposed cables with decorating tricks. Here are some of our favorite basic cable management tricks to get you started. Continue reading

While it is possible to create a good looking home theater set-up with wires neatly placed against walls, the most attractive cable and connection solution involves routing everything through the wall. Visible wiring, even when it’s installed as neatly as possible can look cluttered and can make your entertainment area look half finished. Now imagine your TV flush against the wall, without any wires snaking down. Your speakers hidden deftly in all the right corners for a perfect surround sound experience, without cords and cables flanking the baseboards. And peripherals placed wherever they are most useful, not necessarily as close to the TV as possible. That’s what in-wall wiring is all about. Continue reading

A cluttered life is a stressful life. Studies have shown that getting organized not only improves your time-management skills, but it can even significantly boost your mood. Here are some great organization tips we have put together o help you get the most out of your living space. Using some fun and helpful electronic gadgets out on the market today can really improve the look of your home and help you get more organized. Continue reading

The HDMI standard has been improved with new capabilities that are designed to give the user a much better HD experience. Some of the major enhancements introduced in Versions 1.4 and 1.4a are listed below. The new Version 1.4 specifications were introduced in June of 2009 while the 1.4a specifications were introduced in March of 2010. Here is a rundown of some of the major enhancements introduced with this new HDMI specification.  Continue reading

You have your new HDTV right where you want it. Your DVR is ready to roll. Your programming provider knows you’re set up to receive HD signals. Now what? Now it’s time to connect all of these disparate pieces together to create one perfect television watching experience. It’s not as easy as you’d think to get a great picture, with great connections, and a great looking set up. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your HDTV connection. Continue reading

At Bundlecity.com we sell a bunch of 12 volt TVs. In fact, our phones and our chat lines are often ringing off the hook by folks calling to ask about the various features and functions of a 12 volt AC/DC TV. One of the most common questions our valued customers ask are about the accessories that they can purchase along with their TV. We believe that everyone should be an informed customer so we spend a good amount of time going over the best gear to use with your new TV. In this article, we will review these commonly-purchased accessories. These include HDMI cables, over-the-air high definition (HD) antennas, TV mounts, DC cords and extended warranty plans. Read below to learn a little more about each accessory so you can benefit from these products as well.  Continue reading

Pure digital HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) has been called the highest quality high-quality connection and the last word in multi-interface connectivity. Today’s home theatre digital video and audio output demands a new kind of transmission – one that ensures dependable audio and visual signal transmission for consistently brilliant performance. In short, when you need to unite high-definition video and multichannel audio, HDMI cables simplify the process and guarantee better results than other methods of linking your home theater components. Continue reading

HDMI cables are fast becoming popular interface of various home entertainment systems. Now you can find hdmi sockets on almost every type of lcd, plasma, projectors, audio players and home theater system. HDMI cables has the ability to process 1080p high video resolutions at 60 frames per second, as well as 8 digital audio channels with one cable. This digital cable is greatly compatible with HDTV formats, linking the HDTV to various devices like game consoles, DVRS, DVD players, and Blu-ray players. It can transmit TV and PC video feeds.

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