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Home Theater Geeks (Video LO)


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Scott Wilkinson, online editor of the AVS Forum, interviews the leaders and pioneers behind today's home theater technology. Each week Scott explores the technologies behind your screen. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.

Customer Reviews

Stands on its own but could use details

This show definitely stands on its own among the Twit stable of shows. Its topics and guests manage to vary enough while staying within the confines of the A/V industry.

The guests are always well regarded in their respective fields. They range from those who research how the brain processes audio to pioneers in holography.

The show descriptions could provide more detail, however. This would allow those browsing to pinpoint shows with topics/guests they're interested in; rather than missing out because the description only glossed over important information.

Amazing!! Highly Recommended.

Scott is an amazing host. He is very knowledgable and very enjoyable to listen to. He invites fantastic and knowledgable guests on the show. I look forward to this podcast every week.

I Love it but...

I think you should have more headphone and speaker reviews 2 things people buy the most!

Home Theater Geeks (Video LO)
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  • Category: Tech News
  • Language: English

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