Home Entertainment: Audio and Video Gadgets For The Tech
Home entertainment is a hot category in today networked homes. On demand viewing is becoming the norm and internet sites like Spotify, iTunes and Netflix give us access to millions of hours of music and film. The more content we get, be it movies, music, websites, apps or social media, the more we need technology that can help us keep it organised and enjoy it together. That's where the many products in Chinavasion's Home Audio and Video section come in. Each one helps us to harness the power of modern technology and customise our home entertainment system to suit our lifestyle.
This growth in the popularity of home audio and video provides a great opportunity for retailers as well as individual consumers. Online retailers and dropshippers can tap into the high level of demand and supply this vibrant market with the latest in projectors, audio and video accessories. New products, such as high definition media players, are becoming ever more popular due to their ability to transform the humble HD-ready TV into an interactive Smart TV. If you are new to selling, you could order a few different samples, choose the models you like, or the models you think will sell best, and then order in bulk to save on shipping and get an even lower wholesale price.
We've divided our Home Audio and Video section into five main categories to make it easier for you to find what you are looking for. Our media players let you turn your ordinary telly into a Smart TV by linking it to the internet with all the power of the Android OS. In the Home Theater / AV section you'll find video glasses that can give you a cinema experience from the comfort of your armchair plus cables and dongles to connect your computer to your TV or record video onto a laptop. Our LCD TFT Display section includes touchscreens for gaming and point of sales (POS), DSLR monitors and in-car monitors. For DVD on the go, head for our Portable DVD section. And if you want a Santa Claus hat with built in headphones (and who doesn't?) our Headphone / Earphone section is the place to look.
Portable DVDs For Travelling
Do you or the kids get bored when you're stuck in a traffic jam on the motorway? Are you kicking your heels when your plane is delayed at the airport? Do you wish you could watch a movie when you're sitting on an intercity train? A portable DVD player could be the answer. DVD players have their own power supply, which means you don't have to be close to a power outlet to use one. All you have to do its charge it up before you leave and you'll be able to watch your favourite movies wherever you are. And it's not just films you can enjoy either. Portable DVDs let you enjoy all kinds of other media, such as MP3s or photos via SD cards and USB flash drives. You need never be bored again.
Smart TVs Are Like Adding An Extra Computer
We've all experienced the frustration when friends or family members are clustered round a PC or laptop screen, trying to look at photos or the same website page. Most PC or laptop screens simply aren't big enough for several people to use at the same time. By turning your telly into a Smart, internet enabled computer TV you can avoid this problem. All you need is a multimedia box, and you and your family and friends will be free to browse the net at the same time or enjoy the same slideshow without fighting over screen space. The only thing you'll have to argue about then will be what to watch next.
Get Smarter With TV Tech Jargon
- Smart TV
Take a television, a computer and internet access and you have a Smart TV. Smart TV lets you watch TV (obviously), and also allow you to connect and interact with YouTube, Facebook and all the other popular websites on the internet. The technology can also be found in other devices, such as set-top boxes, games consoles and Blu-ray players.
High Definition Media Interface – If a set top box or camcorder is fitted with an HDMI port you can take the video output and plug it in to the HMDI input on a high definition (HD) television, which means you can show whatever is on your set top box on your TV.
A Liquid Crystal Display is a flat panel monitor that uses the light modulating properties of liquid crystals to display an image. A TFT-LCD or Thin Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display is another kind of LCD that uses tiny transistors to actively control the pixels in a screen, resulting in improved image quality. TFT LCDs are typically found in TVs, mobile phones and computer monitors.
VGA stands for Video Graphics Array. VGA is a computing standard developed by IBM as a graphics system for PCs. Typically, VGA displays an image at a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels using 16 colours, or at 320 x 200 pixels using 256 colours.
Bluetooth technology enables you to transfer information over short distances without the need for a wire. A Bluetooth chip can be fitted in devices such as computers, mobile phones and digital cameras and used to transmit file data to another Bluetooth enabled device without having to use a cable. The same technology makes it possible to link mobile phones with hands-free headsets, and is a vital part of connecting controllers and peripheral devices to computers, tablets and games consoles.
Android TV Boxes - Cheap But High Powered Home Media Servers
You can turn your HD TV into an Android-powered Smart TV with our Dual Core Android 4.1 TV Box (CVXZ-E233). Powered by a dual 1.2GHz CPU, this multimedia TV box comes with the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, the smoothest, fastest version of Android yet. Additional features include 1080p high definition playback, built-in high speed Wi-Fi and 4GB of internal memory with the ability to connect a portable hard disk drive of up to 3TB to store all your music, movies, and apps. What can I do with all this, you ask? What can't you do with it! Watch TV, surf the net, choose from over 600,000 apps and games at Android Market, share photos with friends, chat on Skype, download movies, listen to music, attach your laptop for the biggest computer screen ever... In short, this multimedia box is a fast, slick, one-stop shop for home entertainment. Offered at an amazing wholesale price, this item is in stock now and ready to be shipped to you today.
Comparing Home Audio and Video Technology
If you are new to home entertainment, it can be tricky to know where to begin. There are so many products, and big names like Samsung, Panasonic and Sony, plus many lesser known companies, sell a bewildering selection of products. The most basic media player plugs into your TV and lets you play movies and music straight from a flashcard onto your TV. This would have been groundbreaking less than a decade ago. Today we barely raise an eyebrow. The more expensive media players run the Android OS on your TV, connect to the internet and enable you play computer games such as Angry Birds and Temple Run on your TV. You can even plug in a keyboard and keep up with your email without the need for a computer. Other A/V options include Portable DVDs where you'll want to juggle price with screen size and picture quality to arrive at the best choice for you. With all our products, greater connectivity, such as USB, HDMI and SD card readers, may add to the cost of an item but can also increase its usefulness, future-proofing it as your home entertainment system expands.
Whatever option you choose, we work hard to source only the best quality home entertainment products, which is why we are happy to guarantee our products for a full 12 months. All the Home Audio and Video products on our website have been fully tested and are available in our warehouse now, ready to be shipped to you today.
Retailer of Home AV Kit? Research Your Niche...
Home audio and video products can be purchased online, in supermarkets and from PC and electronics outlets, as well as specialist home theatre retailers. The quality and feature set of products is improving constantly, especially if you compare today's products with what was available only a few years ago. In the future we expect to see higher resolution image quality, enhanced audio quality and even more transparent operating systems. The popularity of Android tablets and iPads is sure to have an impact on home entertainment and it won't be long before we can control our entire home entertainment system from a single app.
You can keep up with the latest home audio and video on websites such as CNET, Techcrunch, and Digitalversus, or check out sites like AVguide and Audioholics for discussion and reviews on the latest products. In print you could pick up the essential gadget magazines T3 and Stuff, as well as dedicated magazines like Home Theatre and Sound and Vision, which feature the latest news and reviews. And don't forget to visit Chinavasion's own Hot Products category for our latest goodies.
Home Audio Equipment Sellers - Make Your Products Easier To Discover
Retailers and dropshippers of home audio and video products should consider selecting good titles and description keywords to attract more customers. Remember consumers may be searching on eBay or elsewhere for "home AV", "audio", "video", "hi fi", "home theatre", "home theatre", "stereo", "video", "media players", "portable DVD players", "Smart TV", "headphones", "earphones" or any variation of the above. There is no harm in adding titles and keywords that match the keen bargain hunter, either, such as "cheap home audio", "cheap electronics", "discount gadgets" or "low cost electronics". Of course resellers should point out that Chinavasion’s range of home audio and video products are not only highly affordable but also high quality.