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  1. Hooking your Laptop to your TV

    Hooking Your Laptop to Your TV

    Isn't it great how we can now watch “Catch Up” TV whenever we want? Are you a bit tired of watching shows on your computer or laptop? It’s really simple to connect your laptop or computer to your television, so you can watch your favourite download on a bigger screen.

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  2. Onkyo Digital Speaker System & Wireless Subwoofer

    Onkyo Digital Speaker System & Wireless Subwoofer

    If space and budget considerations run a close second to sound quality when choosing a home theatre, then this neat 2.1-channel package from Onkyo is worth a closer look. Your days of thin sound will be over, with SRS processing technology creating an immersive 3D soundfield using just two speakers—perfect for movies, music, and games. But the real beauty of the system lies in its convenience. For example, the control centre is pre-programmed for use with most TV remote controls. It turns on automatically with your television and responds to volume commands from your TV remote.

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  3. Designing your Home Theatre space

    Designing your Home Theatre space

    It’s all very well to put lots of thought into the equipment you want to install in your Home Theatre, but have you really thought about the room itself. Some rooms lend themselves better than others as Home Theatres. If you are converting an existing space, then you really have to just work with what you have, whereas if you are building or extending, then you might take some of these ideas into consideration in the planning stage.

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  4. Speaker Mounting Tips

    Speaker Mounting Tips

    Just like the advantages of mounting your flat screen TV on the wall, hanging your surround sound speakers is invaluable for any home theatre set up. Whether it is to enhance the acoustics of your room, or keep the kids (or adults!) from knocking your speakers over, we have a speaker bracket to suit.

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  5. Connecting multiple HDMI devices with only one input

    Connecting Multiple HDMI Devices With Only One Input

    Does your HDTV only have one HDMI input, and you would like to connect your DVD player, game console, PVR and other devices without having to manually swap cables every time you need to use a different device? No one wants to squeeze behind the TV to change the cable. It’s not good for the lifespan of your cables either. Connecting multiple HDMI devices to only one HDMI input is easy if you use an HDMI switch box. A HDMI switch box is a device that allows you to connect your HDMI devices without having to manually swap cables every time you need to use a different HDMI device.

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  6. Common Mistakes when Mounting Big Screen TVs

    Mistakes when Mounting Big Screens

    As television screens get bigger and bigger, we sometimes run out of room to put them. Mounting your big screen on the wall is a great way to reclaim valuable space, to keep it safe from sticky fingers as well as mounting it in a better viewing position. Despite being pretty simple to install, there are some common mistakes that some people do which can result in a less than perfect installation.

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  7. 4 Steps to Ensure Your Guitar Case is a Perfect Fit

    Guitar Internal Depth

    2. The next measurement required is the widest point of the headstock. 3. To ensure a snug fit for your guitar, you will need to take 3 measurements from the body, being the 2 widest parts

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  8. Extend Foxtel into a second room

    Extending Foxtel Into A Second Room

    Brilliant! The kids are hanging out in the lounge room watching a DVD , and my favourite show is on Foxtel, but there is no way I'm going to get them to move. Wouldn't it be great if I could watch my show in the rumpus room without having to get another Foxtel box. Well you can, and it's not difficult.

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  9. JAMO 210 Active Subwoofer

    Jamo 210 Active Subwoofer

    A subwoofer is a dedicated low-frequency speaker cabinet that fills in the deep, rich bass that is not expressed through most main speakers. Subwoofers are specialised, and can't reproduce midrange or high frequencies. They are designed to reproduce the deepest notes in the musical spectrum, and low frequency sounds provided by home theatre soundtracks.

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  10. How much should I spend on an HDMI cable?

    HDMI - How Much Should I Spend?

    HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a compact audio/video interface for transferring uncompressed video data and compressed/uncompressed digital audio data from your HDMI device to a compatible monitor, projector or digital audio device or television. As most people know, HDMI cables come in various lengths, and various qualities...and prices.

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