UAV & HTD Now Merged With HomeTheater.com
If you tried to visit UltimateAVmag.com or HomeTheaterDesignMag.com and ended up here on HomeTheater.com, it's not a glitch in your system or a mysterious malfunction of the Internetit's by design. We have integrated UAV and HTD into our flagship site in order to create the Web's most comprehensive resource for those seeking practical, real-world information about what to buy, how to shop, how things work, and how to get the most from all the products that make home theater so entertaining.
Of course, we will continue to post articles and reviews from Home Theater magazinethe bible for serious enthusiasts intent on achieving the highest level of home-theater performance. But you'll also see Web-exclusive reviews of the industry's biggest-selling productsthe ones you often see in Sunday circulars and on the best-seller lists at major online retailers. Are they worthy of their status? Our expert staff will tell you in no uncertain terms, and we'll compare them to other products in the same category and price range to help you make the best selection in a sea of alternatives.
Other new articles will explain what you need to think about before you venture forth to shop for your next piece of home-theater gear. And once you get it home, we'll be your go-to source for advice on how to optimize that new toy so it looks and/or sounds as good as it possibly can. If you're confused about how a certain audio or video technology works, you'll find a clear, cogent explanation here at HomeTheater.com.
Not only that, we'll continue to answer individual reader questions about specific products and A/V technologies in our Ask Home Theater blog, so please send your questions to email@example.com. And for those who like to get geeky, the Home Theater Geeks podcast will now appear each week on HomeTheater.com.
If you've enjoyed seeing and learning about the beautiful dedicated home theaters on HomeTheaterDesignMag.com, the new HomeTheater.com has you covered as well. We'll be highlighting new theater rooms on a regular basis, and readers can continue to submit photos and descriptions of their own theaters to firstname.lastname@example.org.. We'll select the best ones to feature in Home Theater magazine and on the site. Well-photographed do-it-yourself projects are especially welcome.
For those who have registered on UltimateAVmag.com or HomeTheaterDesignMag.com, your username and password will now work on HomeTheater.com. If you've also registered on HomeTheater.com, be sure to use that login info, not the username and password you established for either of the other two sites.
If you're looking for specific content from UAV or HTD, you'll find those article categories in the site map at the bottom of each page on HT. All the various types of interiors from HTD have been consolidated into one categoryAV Interiorsand Ultimate Gear from UAV has been merged into Ultimate Tech.
So welcome to the new and improved HomeTheater.com. Please drop us an e-line at email@example.com to let us know what you think and what sorts of information would be most helpful to you. We also invite and encourage you to post comments and user reviews on all of our articlesafter all, this website is a two-way street, and we definitely want to hear from you!