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SV Staff Posted: Jun 02, 2014 1 comments
What Kind of Outdoor Music Setup Do You Have?
I just move my indoor speakers to the window and crank ‘em up.
7% (19 votes)
I run wires from an indoor stereo to the patio/deck and hook up a pair of speakers.
9% (23 votes)
I bring my battery-powered Bluetooth speaker outside and stream music from my phone.
14% (36 votes)
I put my Sonos (or Sonos-like) speaker on the patio/deck and stream music from Pandora (or another other Internet music site).
10% (26 votes)
I have a set of hard-wired weatherproof speakers mounted outside (under the eaves, etc.)
36% (94 votes)
I have weatherproof speakers hidden in the landscaping.
8% (20 votes)
I have weatherproof speakers and an in-ground subwoofer hidden in the landscaping.
7% (19 votes)
I don’t need no stinkin’ speakers — I listen to my iPod/MP3 player through earbuds/headphones.
8% (21 votes)
Total votes: 258
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Aug 19, 2011 4 comments
What Is Your Favorite Music-Download Source?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Jan 20, 2012 9 comments
What Are You Most Excited About From CES?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: May 18, 2012 13 comments
Is Your Flat Panel Wall-Mounted?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Nov 26, 2010 5 comments
Do You Prefer an A/V Receiver or Separates?
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HT Staff Posted: Jan 22, 2013 17 comments
OLED vs. 4K Ultra HD: Which Technology Do You Prefer?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Mar 25, 2011 10 comments
What A/V Electronics Do You Use?
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SV Staff Posted: Apr 15, 2014 2 comments
Do You Have a Wireless Music System at Home?
Yes, I have an Apple AirPlay-based system and I love it.
15% (75 votes)
Yes, I have an Apple AirPlay-based system and it’s okay.
8% (40 votes)
Yes, I have an Apple AirPlay-based system and I don’t like it.
1% (7 votes)
Yes, I have a Bluetooth-enabled system and I love it.
5% (28 votes)
Yes, I have a Bluetooth-enabled system and it’s okay.
4% (22 votes)
Yes, I have a Bluetooth-enabled system but I don’t like it.
1% (4 votes)
Yes, I have a Sonos system and I love it.
32% (165 votes)
Yes, I have a Sonos system and it’s okay.
3% (15 votes)
Yes, I have a Sonos system but I don’t like it.
0% (2 votes)
I don’t have a wireless music system but my whole house is hard-wired for sound.
4% (21 votes)
I don’t have a wireless music system but my AV setup has wireless surround speakers.
1% (4 votes)
I don’t have a wireless music system but I have a wireless subwoofer in my AV setup.
0% (1 vote)
Nope, my stack of audio gear is hard wired.
25% (129 votes)
Total votes: 513
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Jul 29, 2011 10 comments
What Is Your Favorite Video-Streaming Source?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Dec 16, 2011 15 comments
Which is More Important at Home, 3D or 4K?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Apr 27, 2012 32 comments
What's More Important, 4K or High Frame Rates?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Nov 05, 2010 17 comments
Which is More Important, Convenience or Quality?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Jul 27, 2012 15 comments
Is Your Home Theater's AC Power Protected?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Mar 04, 2011 10 comments
How Much Do You Listen to Music at Home vs. Mobile?
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SV Staff Posted: Jan 27, 2014 0 comments
What Was the Most Compelling TV Story of CES?
The explosion of 4K/Ultra HD TVs, which were introduced by virtually every brand
19% (72 votes)
The explosion of “smart TVs”—sets with built-in Internet capabilities and new user interfaces
1% (2 votes)
Sony’s introduction of its first consumer 4K camcorder
2% (7 votes)
The announcement that Netflix will begin streaming 4K content
9% (34 votes)
Samsung’s announcement of a 110-inch Ultra HD TV (that will sell for $150,000)
1% (2 votes)
Dolby’s demonstration of a glasses-free 3D system in which 3D depth can be adjusted
2% (7 votes)
LG’s announcement of a 77-inch hybrid OLED/Ultra HD TV
17% (62 votes)
TV makers embracing curved screens for many of their new 4K/Ultra HD TVs
0% (1 vote)
Sets designed for high dynamic range, or “HDR,” which aims to replicate the real-world “pop” of bright areas in an image
13% (49 votes)
The lack of OLED TVs and the fact that OLED took a (way) backseat to Ultra HD
29% (109 votes)
When hotshot Hollywood director Michael Bay walked off stage at a Samsung press conference when the teleprompter failed
5% (17 votes)
Other (please tell us what we missed in Comments)
3% (12 votes)
Total votes: 374

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