Down with Cable? How to be a Cord cutter!

Down with Cable? How to be a Cord cutter! I’m sure you have heard of cord cutters at this point. There are people, myself included, who don’t want to deal with cable boxes and don’t want to deal with cable companies anymore and because of this, we have dubbed...
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YouTube TV vs. Hulu and others

What is Youtube TV? YouTube TV is a brand new offering from YouTube to put the channels of mainstream cable on the internet. With YouTube TV, you can stream shows from ABC and AMC to IFC, Syfy, and FX as well as the original content from YouTube Red (Though it doesn’t...
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Wireless Connections 101: Routers, Modems, and More!

How do Wireless Connections Work? Everyone loves Wi-Fi. It’s great, you I’m typing from a computer working wi-fi right now, and most people are starting to think that there aren’t any wires involved in the first place. With Xfinity offering tethering and global wi-fi...
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How to Prepare for a Home Theater Consultation!

What happens during a Home Theater Consultation While some people might purchase a ton of parts and call us over to put them all together, that’s not the best way to utilize our services. With FabTech, we insist on doing consultations before our home theater...
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How Amazon just Smashed Apple’s HomePod

Previously on FabTech’s Blog Just a few weeks ago we covered the Apple HomePod and whether or not it would be a hit or miss. Ultimately we decided that it will probably convert existing Apple customers pretty well, but that it would not convert pre-existing Google...
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The Headphone Jack

Everyone seems to be Ditching the Headphone Jack Last year there was a lot of fuss because iPhone decided to ditch the headphone jack and I’m personally still peeved about it even though I don’t even own an iPhone. But now it seems like the next version of the Google...

How Amazon just Smashed Apple’s HomePod

Previously on FabTech’s Blog Just a few weeks ago we covered the Apple HomePod and whether or not it would be a hit or miss. Ultimately we decided that it will probably convert existing Apple customers pretty well, but that it would not convert pre-existing Google...

YouTube TV vs. Hulu and others

What is Youtube TV? YouTube TV is a brand new offering from YouTube to put the channels of mainstream cable on the internet. With YouTube TV, you can stream shows from ABC and AMC to IFC, Syfy, and FX as well as the original content from YouTube Red (Though it doesn’t...

How to Keep your Electronics Safe During a Storm

Storms are Bad for your Stuff When you are trying to keep your house safe, chances are you are thinking of your electronics specifically. For the most part, we are always concerned about how well our electronics are going to hold up because those tend to have the...

Audio Fidelity and Choosing your Sound System

What is Audio Fidelity I brought this up in the Home Pod argument about how important having a smart speaker is compared to having a high-fidelity audio speaker is. To elaborate on this, we felt it necessary to take the time to define what audio fidelity is and how...

The Apple HomePod – Hit or Miss?

The Arrival of Apple The Apple has released their landing page for their new in-home smart speaker the HomePod. Integrated with Siri, a beautiful mesh design, and spatial recognition, this is Apple’s best foot forward into the smart speaker market. But will this smart...

Let’s talk about TV Brands

Do TV brands matter? Yeah. They do. Brands have tremendous staying power in the minds of the consumers. If you’ve ever had a single bad experience with any electronic, then odds are you are quick to cast them into the fire and for a good reason. Buying a T.V. isn’t as...

Clearing up HBO on Demand

HBO has gone On-Demand You no longer need a cable subscription to access HBO, and everyone should really know that at this point. However, HBO has a ton of different outlets with which you can view them now which is crazy. To help you find the best way for you to...

How to Prepare for a Home Theater Consultation!

What happens during a Home Theater Consultation While some people might purchase a ton of parts and call us over to put them all together, that’s not the best way to utilize our services. With FabTech, we insist on doing consultations before our home theater...

Tips for Dealing with Multi-Screen Setups

What is a Multi-Screen Setup Briefly checking up on Amazon, the current cost of a 55” tv is around 400-500 dollars. Two 32-inch Tv’s are currently around 170-200 dollars each. For some people, this is enough of a difference to warrant creating a multi-screen setup for...

The Different Screen Types on the Market

What are Screen Types? Every screen you’ve ever had have been part of different materials. As we are going to go through the list today, we are going to explore all the different types of materials that have been in your hand or held the attention of your eyes at some...

A Guide to In-Home Video Game Streaming

What is In-Home Streaming? In-Home Streaming is the process of a streaming content from your computer to your tv. Often people are familiar with the fire stick or the chrome cast because you are streaming stuff from your phone or mobile device to your TV. But what if...

Which Internet Service is best for me?

You Need the Internet Everyone needs the internet in their homes and lives. Germany recently classified it as a basic human right because everyone can be more connected than ever. But when it comes to choosing your internet services, many people it’s simply Comcast or...

Outdoor Entertaining: An Entry Guide

What is Outdoor Entertaining Outdoor entertainment areas can be any assortment of things. These can be from upgraded and modified patios to tented backyards with a projector pointing at the side of the house. But when you decide to start having outdoor entertaining as...