Apple TV Not Working? 5 Common Problems And Fixes!

Apple TV Not Working Common Fixes

The Apple TV streaming box connects to your TV and allows you to stream movies and shows from popular apps like Hulu, Netflix, Disney+, Max, and more. If you have a smart TV, you can replace its native smart interface with the Apple TV operating system – tvOS.  Streaming content on Apple TV is amazing, … Read more

Do Smaller TVs Have Better Pictures? (Let’s Reveal)

Do smaller tv have better picture

Are you curious about the different sizes and picture qualities of TVs? One question that’s been on a lot of people’s minds lately is whether or not smaller TVs have better pictures. Well, today we’re going to dive into that topic and see what we can find out. From the pros and cons of smaller … Read more

Dead Pixels Vs Stuck Pixels On TV Screen (Detailed Guide)

Dead Pixels Vs Stuck Pixels On TV Screen

Have you ever noticed a little dot on your TV screen that just won’t go away? Chances are, it’s either a dead pixel or a stuck pixel. But what’s the difference between the two? And more importantly, can they be fixed? Don’t worry, in this guide, we’ll go over everything you need to know about … Read more

HDR400 Vs HDR600 Vs HDR1000 (Standards Simplified Compared)

HDR400 VS HDR600 VS HDR1000 - Compared

Are you also confused by the different terminology among HDRs such as HDR400, HDR600, and HDR1000? What are they and how are they different? In this guide, I’ve compared all three of them based on their technical specs and how they differ visually. High Dynamic Range, or HDR, is a digital imaging technology that allows … Read more

Does Optical Support Dolby Digital Plus? (Uncovered)

Can Optical Cable Pass Dolby Digital Plus

Have you ever wondered whether an Optical cable can support Dolby Digital Plus? Well, you’re not alone. One question that often comes up is whether an Optical cable, also known as a Toslink or SPDIF, can pass Dolby Digital Plus to your home theatre or receiver. I know that navigating the world of cables and … Read more

Can TV HDMI Ports Go Bad? (Ultimate Guide)

TV HDMI Port Guide, Troubleshooting

As technology advances, our TVs are getting smarter and more powerful. One of the most important elements in a TV is the HDMI port. HDMI ports allow users to get the best picture and sound quality from their TVs and are essential for any home entertainment setup. But what happens if an HDMI port goes … Read more

Which Is Better Dolby Atmos or Dolby Digital (No Fuss Guide)

Which Is Better Dolby Atmos Vs Dolby Digital Plus

Do you wonder which Dolby is best, and which one to choose when you have a choice, like Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital, and Dolby Digital Plus? It’s not just you, there’s so much confusion and most don’t know how these technologies differ, and in this guide, I will explain in detail and compare Dolby Atmos … Read more

Apple TV Dolby Vision Flickering (Here’s Why With Quick Fix)

Apple TV Dolby Vision Flickering

If you’re an Apple TV user, you may have experienced a strange flickering or flashing picture when trying to watch Dolby Vision content. So many Apple TV users have reported issues with Dolby Vision output where the image flickers on their TVs. This issue only occurs when streaming content in Dolby Vision, and does not … Read more

Dolby Atmos Feels Quiet, Low Volume? (Here’s Why With Fix)

why is dolby atmos so low

Are you feeling like you’re missing out on the full Dolby Atmos experience due to a low volume? If so, you’re in the right place. When listening to Atmos tracks and watching movies with Dolby Atmos sound, I often find that the average volume of the audio is much lower than when using a multi-channel … Read more

Why is HDR so dark on my TV? (Know This First)

Why HDR So Dark On My TV

If you’re wondering why HDR makes your TV look darker, or why HDR shows seem so dim, you’re not alone. It’s a common issue that can be frustrating, especially when you’re expecting those vibrant, high-contrast images that HDR is known for. But fear not! Let’s delve into the mysteries of HDR and see if we … Read more