When it comes to charging your devices, you want to make sure you have a cable that can withstand whatever life throws your way. That’s why we’re pitting paracord against nylon in this battle of the cables. Both are tough, both are durable, but only one can be the winner. Let’s find out which one is right for… Read More »
To connect your dish receiver to your TV, you need to have the dish technician install the dish in your home first and have the cable connecting to it available on your wall outlets. From there, connecting the box to your HDTV should be quite simple.
You typically have to use an HDMI-ARC cable to an ARC-supported HDTV set in order to connect your Bose speaker to the TV. You can try things like a Bluetooth transmitter or wireless dongle to make the speaker wireless as well if you wish. You can connect Bose soundbars and speakers to your HDTV through an HDMI cable.… Read More »
If you’re short on Ethernet ports and wish to transform an Ethernet cable into two connections, there are multiple ways to go about it. Ethernet splitting is actually the first thing in your mind in such a situation. However, some people out there claim there’s no such thing as an Ethernet splitter. Let this guide disambiguate what Ethernet… Read More »
D-Sub vs VGA: Is it even a debate? Arguably, they’re the same thing. To be more specific, VGA is a video connection standard or A/V interface (more video than audio, to be honest) for PC monitors that make use of the 15-pin D-subminiature, D-Sub, D-SUB, or D-sub connector. To compare them is an act of disambiguating what they… Read More »