What to do with that Plasma Display?

Here are 5 options for concealing that plasma display. The best option for you depends on the room, d©cor, cabinetry, size of plasma display, budget, and a host of other factors.

WiFi Will Power Digital Lifestyle

Adoption of broadband, driven by the value-add services, such as Video on Demand, Voice over IP, Interactive TV, PVR and network gaming - will create the scenario where multiple devices need to be easily connected within a home network.

B&W 804S and HTM3S Speakers

Of all the speakers made throughout the world, for those that I have listened to, B&W remain some of my favorites.

Harman/Kardon AVR 7300 Receiver

The AVR 7300 delivers excellent sound quality, with ample power for most listening environments.

A Day at Streaming Media - East

Once strictly separate industries and content to stay that way, the advancements made in the world of on demand streaming audio and video have changed both of these industries fusing them together as one.

Benefits of USB Device Connectivity

Silex takes a look at the Top-10 ways businesses, government agencies, homeowners, resellers, and system integrators can utilize USB device servers to connect USB devices directly to a network.

CEDIA EXPO 2005

CEDIA EXPO is the #1 show in the residential electronic systems contractor industry.

Converge My Gadgets - Please!

What the industry needs is a meeting among Crestron, Archos, and Motorola. An alliance of these three for creating the definitive portable, wireless personal media device would be an absolute killer product.

For High-Speed Home Retrofitting, Look to Coax

As in-home IP networking needs increase, installers and homeowners will benefit from using a home's existing infrastructure

Home Theater Design - Part 2

There are several criteria to address during the basic construction phase. One of the most important is noise transmission through the walls.

InfoComm 2005 Best Buzz Awards

The Best Buzz awards are selected by polling Insight Media staff, analysts, press and conference attendees about what was new and exciting to them. They reflect what people were talking about most at the show/exhibition, and what we were asked most about.

LCOS Technology

When compared to Gen II LCoS™, the two main alternative projection display technologies come up short. DLP is plagued by digital video artifacts including color break up, blotchy grayscale and crushed blacks, and LCD projection TVs have large visible pixels that can create an annoying screen door effect and slow video response times that can create blurred images.

Mobile Worker Pilot Research

Internet Home Alliance Announces Results of Mobile Worker Pilot Research Finds: If You Build It, Mobile Workers Will Come…and Buy Retail Sales Increase; Taubman to Keep 'Connection Court' Up and Running

Panasonic KX-TA824 Phone System

I don't know of any other system that gives you so much, for such a low price; and many other systems do less and cost more. Panasonic has set a new standard for phone systems in the 824 size range, and it will be very difficult for other manufacturers to catch up.

PLC Installation

Remember to allow for other items, like a Lutron interface unit, to be mounted in the same PLC enclosure.

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