What TV Size ?

April 10th, 2020|

The science behind choosing the right size TV for your living room

What TV Size Part 2

April 10th, 2020|

The limit to which you can increase the angular resolution by stepping back depends on your visual acuity (ie how good is your eyesight). At some point, your eyes are not good enough to distinguish all the details. Studies show that someone with 20/20 vision can distinguish something 1/60 of a degree apart. This means [...]

Ajax Security System

March 7th, 2020|

We are always looking for new and innovate AV products and have reviewed and tested an excellent new product that has come to market....'The Ajax Security System'. We believe this represents the future of Home Security, Intruder Alarm and Surveillance and is going to be a game changer in the future specification and installation of [...]

LG Wallpaper TV

February 3rd, 2018|

LG ‘Wallpaper’ TV Every so often something truly original comes along…. LG's 'Wallpaper' TV, Otherwise known as the signature OLED W7 series. The LG wallpaper TV unique form factor makes it a stunning and quite astonishing TV to look at. It is truly super slim, just 2.75mm thin, or 4mm once installed on its magnetic [...]

Samsung Frame TV

February 3rd, 2018|

Here is a review summary of a couple of interesting TV developments that have caught my eye in 2017. Having installed well over a thousand TVs over the years, it takes a lot for me to be impressed by new releases. Although there have been some big improvements in picture quality/technology (HD, 4K, HDR, OLED [...]

Guide to HDR

January 20th, 2017|

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range.  HDR for TV represents a major advancement in expanding the TV's contrast ratio and colour palette to offer a more realistic, natural image than what's possible with today's HDTVs.  Experts believe that this feature is more important and noticeable than the resolution upgrade between HD and 4K.  In essence [...]

Guide to Sky Q

March 9th, 2016|

Our Guide to Sky Q Sky Q is the latest product to be released from Sky, and the most significant development since Sky+ was introduced many years ago. It essentially allows you to watch Sky TV all around your house. It’s designed to make it easier for families to watch what they want, where they [...]

Guide to LED Lighting

October 10th, 2015|

LED stands for "light emitting diode." A diode is an electrical component with two terminals which conduct the electricity only in one direction. With an electrical current, the diode emits a bright light around the small bulb LED’s are more efficient than both incandescent bulbs and fluorescent lighting because they emit light in a targeted direction, [...]

Guide to Dolby Atmos

September 25th, 2015|

What is Dolby Atmos ? Dolby Atmos is the new groundbreaking development in surround sound for home and public cinema's. This new format has been created after years of research into how humans actually preceive and process sound. This is much more than just a minor improvement - it is the most exiting new development [...]

Guide to Internet TV

June 4th, 2015|

This months blog is going to focus on Internet TV and services. In 2015 much of the latest technology has focused on supporting 4K image resolution (and beyond), although there is still a lack of content out there at the moment. TVs we have installed over last year have definitely grown bigger, and the 4K [...]