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Home Theater Design   

A home theater, by most people's standards, is a large screen television with a media player attached, played through a set of speakers that offer cinema-quality sound (or something close to it, at least). But it is really more than that. Putting any components together and calling it a home theater system because it has the right appliances is much like throwing a basketball through a hoop and saying you are an NBA player. The fact of the matter is that it is more complicated than that to make a true home theater. 

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Stay At Home System 

Way, way, way too many of us have the same problem. We wake up in the morning, go to a job we hate, spend all of the important hours of the day there. We come back home, tired, we eat a meal of questionable nutritional value and watch a little bit of TV before rolling into bed, struggling to sleep and eventually getting in a few hours before starting the cycle over again. After a while it becomes so wearing that we get another crappy job because we feel that a change is ads good as a rest, only to find out that it really isn't. 

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Home Automation & Networking 

A lot of people seem to think that by buying the best TV they can afford, hitching it to the best speakers their budget will allow, and adding a top-of-the-range DVD player, they will have a home theater system that will beat the pants off anything anyone else can afford. People with some experience or initiative will realize, however, that there is a lot more to having the perfect home entertainment system than just adding A to B and then hooking C up to whatever results. Home Automation & Networking is a guide which shows you how.