Systm: Perfect Windows Media Center PC Video
PCMag's HDTV expert, Robert Heron, teaches us top-notch HDTV calibration tricks using tools anybody can afford.
Don't have a lot of money for a new home theater PC? No problem. Mythbox is open source, free, and runs great on a cheap PC. It's perfect for an HTPC if you're on a budget!
Intended for developers and not available to the public, build 5472 fixes known bugs and includes enhancements to Windows Media Center and various utilities. CNET's Robert Vamosi looks at what's changed.
USB flash drives are more than just storage: they're a great way to run your safe copy of Linux or Windows on any machine that can boot from USB.
Dolby's wizards reveal the three key tips to getting the best multichannel audio out of your home theater.
Set up a personal media server with ease. You'll have access to your favorite tunes and movies no matter where you go.
Unfortunately, 1080p projectors still cost mounds of cash. In the long-awaited conclusion of our Home Theater Month, David and Patrick build one up from a Lumenlab DIY Projector Kit.
Want access to your files stored at home? How about hosting a home Web server? Static IPs are expensive, if you can even get one. We set up Dynamic DNS instead!
Learn to solder by building yourself the most excellent Chu Moy headphone amp. It sounds great but cheap enough to give away as holiday stocking stuffers.
CNET's Robert Vamosi shows off the latest build of Vista: Windows Vista RC1 (build 5564). This should mark the final stretch for Microsoft's new operating system, but don't be surprised if Microsoft issues one more public release candidate before making Windows Vista final.