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The sign of the times

More and more we are spending our entertainment time at home. Just a few years ago you’d go to a movie, a play, or a concert. Now with the advent of big screen TVs and enhanced audio systems, the best place for entertainment is in your own home. Now you can have a high definition, big screen TV with Dolby audio that puts movie theaters to shame. And after your initial expenditlure for your home entertainment system, you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to see a show or a concert.

The best of the best

After you’ve purchased your home entertainment system your next step is to subscribe to an entertainment service that will give you the entertainment you want at a price you can afford. That’s where we come in. We’ve studied the best entertainment services out there and have determined which ones are the best based on variety of entertainment, and quality of broadcast. Here we give you an explanation of how each service works so you can make up your own mind as to which service you should purchase. Thank you for visiting our site, and good luck on your search for the best home entertainment services. The Editors

In The News

The LA Times - May 2014 Samsung and Sony are going head to head with new in-store entertainment shops at hundreds of Best Buy locations nationwide. Samsung will launch 500 Samsung Entertainment Experience areas at Best Buy stores, while Sony will open 350 Sony Experience at Best Buy shops.  Samsung ultra-high-definition TV 4K Models pose with a Samsung 110-inch ultra-high-definition TV. (Samsung Electronics) Last year, Samsung opened hundreds of mini-shops inside U.S. Best Buy stores that focused on the brand's smartphones, tablets, laptops, cameras and accessories. The latest iteration is driven by home theater offerings. In particular, the new shops will highlight Samsung's latest line of televisions, including its selection of curved ultra-high-definition TVs, and home audio products. From The LA Times