ISI Automation, through the backup of McIntosh, Meridian, Screen Research, Control4, Kaleidescape, Vudu, and Digital Projection International, has finished the first "Million Dollar Entertainment Man's Cave."
Part One on home theater soundproofing received an excellent response, including rather vociferous discussion on other sites (and in emails to me), encouraging the use of a substance called "Green Glue" in place of silicone caulk. Further research indicates there is a range of various soundproofing caulks and glues available from a variety of vendors at widely varying prices. To sum up, it's the sealing properties and elasto-viscous nature of these materials that all help, but do-it-yourselfers should be cautious about some extravagant claims made for some of these materials
Most journalists - online, on air, print -- don't ask tricky, tough questions.
They simply ask a question and let the interviewee fill in the awkward silence.
Or as Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) said in All the President's Men, "I never asked about Watergate. I simply asked what were Hunt's duties at the White House.
Technology is in demand for every room of the home, not just the home theater. Homeowners want high-tech convenience from their morning routine to dinner time. And Hydra is popular in bathrooms near tubs, in showers and in kitchen back splashes. Because the glass face is as easy to clean as a window, it is perfect for messy environments like the kitchen
We live in an "always on" world where we expect our Smartphones to provide us with media content, email, social media, and any other information on demand. It is time we realize that we can now expect the same functionality that we get on that 4.3" screen of our Smartphone from the 46" HDTV in our living room, the laptop or all-in-one PC in the kitchen, and even from the tablet we use sitting out on the patio enjoying nature.
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