Home Theater Forum

Home Theater Forum


Home Theater Forum is a discussion community for Home Theater, Film, Blu-ray and DVD enthusiasts. Need advice on the right home theater equipment, or reviews on the latest discs or equipment? HTF has you covered.

Engage with experts like acclaimed film restorationist Robert A. Harris, industry insiders like Van Ling and Bob Furmanek and enjoy opportunities to win great gear! Home Theater Forum has the expertise and amazing members to function as the home for your discussions.

Recent changes:
Now on v3.0 of Tapatalk, fully KitKat compatible.
Numerous bug fixes, performance improvements.
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About Home Theater Forum
Home Theater Forum is a discussion community for Home Theater, Film, Blu-ray and DVD enthusiasts. Need advice on the right home theater equipment, or reviews on the latest discs or equipment? HTF has you covered.

Engage with experts like acclaimed film restorationist Robert A. Harris, industry insiders like Van Ling and Bob Furmanek and enjoy opportunities to win great gear! Home Theater Forum has the expertise and amazing members to function as the home for your discussions.

Recent changes:
Now on v3.0 of Tapatalk, fully KitKat compatible.
Numerous bug fixes, performance improvements.

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A Google User
Jun 27, 2014
Home Theater Forum app OK! Does what I need, seems to always work. Can't ask for more.
A Google User
Jun 7, 2014
Gr8 App Works as described, you get gr8 info on products & other things. Gr8 source for all your home theater needs.
A Google User
Apr 26, 2014
Worked great, now can't connect to server Uninstalling and reinstalling fixes issue on LG G2.
A Google User
Mar 15, 2014
I like it
A Google User
Feb 9, 2014
Does not work on Galaxy S4 Constantly tries to connect to the server, which it never does. Considering the main site doesn't load in the stock browser either, why should I be surprised?