another TV/home theater forum?

are there any other similar forums that are focused on TV & telecom with more traffic or more experts?

thx
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Christopher Jay WolffWiggle My Legs, OwnerCommented:
Hi Martin.


Been getting through a bedroom bath remodel with 4K TV wall mount and CAT5e cable installation.  Believe it or not I got some use out of the AT&T Uverse forum.  Too long-winded and guessy for me sometimes (similar to my EE Posts), but can often find an AT&T tech who is a member, contributes to the thread, and provides accurate info.  Problem is most I've found so far aren't trained on 4K very much yet.  If I recall correctly, my most successful ventures into forums were the manufacturers and service providers sites.  And certainly the manufacturers were pretty far ahead of the service providers.
https://forums.att.com/t5/U-verse-Community/ct-p/attuverse

This is the forum that represents the companies working on the HDMI standard if you want to keep up with what is going on.  They refer to themselves as a forum, but mean a group of companies, not a discussion.
http://www.hdmiforum.org/faq.aspx

This link is self-described as:
HDMI Licensing, LLC is the licensing agent responsible for administering the licensing of the HDMI Specification, promoting HDMI technology and providing education on the benefits of the HDMI interface to retailers and consumers.
That is where I tried to view one of their training videos, and thought the audio content was pretty good.  Had too many glitches (might be my ARM processor) with video to see it.  Maybe it is fixed, or your system can view it.
http://www.hdmi.org/index.aspx

This one I poked around with some.  Kinda handy sometimes.  Lots of specs for hardware for TV and computers and Telephony, etc.
http://tab-tv.com/?lang=en

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Christopher Jay WolffWiggle My Legs, OwnerCommented:
Oh yeah,   I think I also found pretty relevant and thorough test data on Amazon by regular contributors.  Maybe I was lucky with the hardware I was looking up, but maybe you too will be lucky.

And these two forums seem to have some insight sometimes.  With many topics in the forums for home AV.
http://www.hometheaterforum.com/
http://www.avsforum.com/
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