If you haven't yet taken the wireless networking plunge, now is the time. If you can be satisfied with 11Mbps performance, the prices have been plummeting over the past few months, and better deals are coming through every day. 22Mbps prices are very aggressive as well, so it will be a hard choice where to spend your money. The reality is you can setup a wireless home network for as little as $150 for an access point and two PC Card adapters.
Consumers have a right to a "level playing field", armed with authentic specifications. Unfortunately, today the basic power ratings of 100-watts is totally inadequate and in some instances too misleading to serve any usefulness for the consumer to discern real value choices. We believe full disclosure power rating specifications should be an industry standard and to that end, hope other manufacturers accept this premise when publishing amplifier specifications.
Although lift installations in kitchens are not commonplace, affluent clients with large kitchens offer the best opportunity for such an add-on.
I am in the never ending process of automating my third home and did most of the wiring before the walls went up. That is the easy way and gives you more options. This additional wiring was to provide for features not supported by X10 such as phones, computer connections, audio and video distribution. House #1 had a few motion detectors, lamp modules, and wall switches. Not much as far as automation is concerned but then again, very low cost for what I was able to accomplish. House #2 of course had more of the same plus some additional functions that were more in the automation and "Fun Things" area.
You don?t have to be a ?techie? to use a large screen display, in fact, many are as easy to use as a regular TV. With color-coded inputs and cabling, quick start-up menus and intuitive, automatic features and accessories, projectors and plasma displays can now be operated by almost anyone.
After listening to your favorite music CD to determine whether you like the speaker under consideration?s bass response and treble smoothness, ask the salesman to play a movie soundtrack wherein voices and music are at equal levels.
HDMI, as of today, is much less complicated than DVI, although this new technology is backwards compatible.
SurgeX protection meets the most stringent requirements of the Federal CID, was designed to withstand an unlimited number of category C1 surges as defined by IEEE 62.41-1991, filters out transients, and does not require close proximity to the building-ground to operate with total effectiveness.
The fact of the matter is that cables do alter the sound going through them, and that it is audible. You do not need to be an expert, or an audiophile, to hear the difference.
While the digital dust is settling, consider taking a component video switching approach. Three discrete, HD analog RGB signals can be run down some high quality coax for little more than the cost of the wire.
The power conditioning is a great device to ?clean up? the power and should be viewed as an integral part of the overall system.
The fundamental goal in designing a room for motion picture or music is to achieve the sound at the listeners ears that the producer intends. Assuming a flat response from the loudspeakers, this assumes that the room itself does not distort or otherwise alter the frequency response, the relative amplitude or the time arrival of any sound events.
Everyone?s home theater has bass, but with bass shakers, you can ensure that your listeners not only hear the bass, but also feel it.
There are many issues to consider when displaying an image that was originally produced in one aspect ratio, stored and transmitted in another, and ultimately displayed in a third. Unintended geometric distortions of the displayed image can occur if not processed properly. But, with knowledge of the image?s format and the targeted display, an intelligent video scaler can easily produce the desired results ? and ultimately, an enhanced viewing experience.
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The network is the foundation on which modern entertainment, security, control and automation systems are built. The new Epic series of routers from Luxul are designed to help integration professionals build that foundation and deliver a great customer experience. The router is a critical piece of every network-connecting a local network to the Internet, controlling traffic and providing security. With the release of its new Epic series, Luxul has redefined the router, adding capabilities that make it far more than just a traditional router. In addition to being high-performing commercial grade routers, the Epic series offers a platform for optimizing the user experience in smart homes, workplaces, retail establishments and more. This experience is delivered through Luxul and third-party applications running on the Epic platform.