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  1. Home Theater For The Holidays

    Home Theater For The Holidays

    It’s a Wonderful Life. Miracle on 34th Street. A Charlie Brown Christmas. Elf. How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The list of classic holiday movies and shows goes on and on, and with many of Hollywood’s latest blockbusters available for streaming at home at the same time they’re released in theaters, it’s the ultimate season to hunker down with the family for some quality time.

    Speaking of quality, it’s a fact that you’ll enjoy all your favorite movies, TV shows, sports and music even more when you upgrade your home theater system. Here are some easy and cost-effective ways to do that…

    1. Get a bigger, better TV

    No one ever says, “Gosh, I wish I’d bought a smaller TV.” The bigger the screen, the closer you can get to that movie theater experience at home. And with today’s 4K and 8K models, you can sit even closer to the screen without no

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  2. Sony’s Latest OLED TVs Are Brighter and Better Than Ever

    Sony’s Latest OLED TVs Are Brighter and Better Than Ever
    OLED makes it possible to create even thinner TV sets than LCD, while at the same time making them more eco-friendly and efficient. Learn how Sony's new line of OLED TVs offer more brightness and contrast than ever before.
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  3. Modern Home Spaces: Urban-Contemporary Design with Asian Influences

    Modern Home Spaces: Urban-Contemporary Design with Asian Influences

    ListenUp brings electronic elegance to this beautiful Sedalia property.

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  4. Modern Home Spaces: Highlands Ranch Home

    Modern Home Spaces: Highlands Ranch Home

    Knowing that they wanted to embark on creating a pretty elaborate electronic system, Leo and Angela contacted several local integrators, and then chose ListenUp after meeting with the team at our Denver Showroom.

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  5. Tech Tip Tuesday: Television Buying Guide

    Sony-A8F-2-768x512In this preview from our upcoming Source Book, longtime industry veteran Gordon Shackelford takes us through the process of choosing a new television...

    How to buy a TV

    Looking for a new television just isn't as simple as it should be. The jargon of television specifications on its own is enough to intimidate almost anyone. Current models come in all kinds of sizes, with many features and price points. We will endeavor to provide you a framework by which to make your choice for a new TV as well-informed as possible.
    How big? The first thought that crosses the television buyer's mind is How big of a TV do I want and how much will it cost? In 1983 the standard size of the typical television was 25 inches. A Research reveals that number is now in the 55 to 65-inch range. These large sets a
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