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SV Staff Posted: May 12, 2015 10 comments
What Type of Home Theater Speakers Do You Have?
Subwoofer/satellite setup with five (or more) freestanding compact speakers and a subwoofer(s)
30% (488 votes)
Tower-based setup with full-range passive speakers in the front L/R positions plus a standalone subwoofer(s)
46% (741 votes)
Tower-based setup with full-range passive speakers in the front L/R positions and no standalone subwoofer
6% (99 votes)
Tower-based setup with full-range power towers (with built-in powered sub) in the front L/R positions plus a dedicated sub(s)
7% (116 votes)
Tower-based setup with full-range “power towers” (with built-in powered subs) in the front L/R positions and no dedicated sub
6% (90 votes)
In-wall/ceiling speakers plus a freestanding subwoofer
3% (54 votes)
In-wall/ceiling speakers, including an in-wall/ceiling subwoofer
1% (14 votes)
Total votes: 1602
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Nov 11, 2011 13 comments
Which Setup Disc Do You Use?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Mar 30, 2012 15 comments
Do You Buy HT Gear Online or In-Store?
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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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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Jun 10, 2011 11 comments
How Often Do You Listen on Headphones at Home?
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Bob Ankosko Posted: Jan 20, 2015 3 comments
What’s the Top TV/Video Story from CES 2015?
Ultra HD Blu-ray
20% (166 votes)
Glasses-Free 3D TV
3% (28 votes)
Quantum Dot TV technology
10% (81 votes)
8K TV
5% (41 votes)
High Dynamic Range (HDR) TV technology
21% (175 votes)
4K OLED TV
41% (338 votes)
Total votes: 829
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Oct 21, 2011 4 comments
Are Class-D Amps Ready For Prime Time?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Mar 10, 2012 31 comments
Do You Have Carte Blanche in Your Home Theater?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Jul 06, 2012 17 comments
How Many Separate Subs in Your System?
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Feb 11, 2011 16 comments
When Will 4K Become Available At Home?
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SV Staff Posted: Oct 16, 2013 5 comments
SV Poll: Do You Own a Soundbar?
Yes. It’s a perfect low-clutter solution for my bedroom (or other secondary space).
18% (122 votes)
Yes. I use one in my primary home entertainment space because I don’t have room for multiple speakers.
12% (83 votes)
Yes. I use one in my primary home entertainment space because my spouse won’t let me set up a system with multiple speakers.
5% (33 votes)
No, but I bought one as a gift for my parents/grandparents (or other friend or relative) because it’s easy to set up and use.
6% (40 votes)
No. I love my 5/7.1 home theater setup and would never even consider a soundbar for my main setup.
50% (337 votes)
No. I would never buy a soundbar for myself or anyone else; I don't think they should have a place in the A/V world.
9% (59 votes)
Total votes: 674
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: May 20, 2011 21 comments
Do You Enjoy 3D in Commercial Theaters?

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