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PCM vs Dolby Digital. Which is best for you?

A common question people ask when trying to find the best sound quality for their TV or entertainment system, is "What's a better format, PCM...

Bringing back Manufacturing in the USA

Manufacturing in the US needs to become the gold standard it once was, but in a modern way. Most companies believe that manufacturing overseas is...

Happy Labor Day from KARE, LLC

Every year on the first Monday of September we celebrate Labor Day. For a lot of people this holiday has many meanings. For some, it's...

What is noise and what are the four different types of noise?

  What is Noise? Noise is any distracting sound that you do not need or want to hear.  These unwanted sounds that tend to cause...

The pros and cons of different types of TV wireless headphones

Radio Frequency Headphones Pros: RF signals are not blocked by walls or ceilings so you can use your RF TV headphones in a different room from...

Pacemaker and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) Safety

Pacemaker Safety and ICD's are a concern with some of our customers. We wanted to take some time and address any concerns with our product...

Three types of wireless TV headphones: Radio Frequency, Infra-Red, and Bluetooth

Three types of wireless TV headphones: Radio Frequency, Infra-Red, and Bluetooth Radio Frequency Headphones: RF headphones transmit sound from your TV using a stereo frequency modulation...

What are wireless TV headphones and how do they work?

As the name suggests, they are wireless headphones that you can connect to your television to fully immerse yourself into a show or movie on...

What is the proper viewing distance from your TV?

What is the proper viewing distance from your TV? Well it depends on the size of your TV. What TV size you buy is a...

Where Audio Began - The Acoustic Era to 1925

Sound is something most of us take for granted everyday. We watch TV, listen to our earbuds and assume that sound will come out just...