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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Do you need a Stronger Antenna Signal?

    Boosting Your TV Antenna signal

    Antenna signal remains a hot topic, with Australia now using digital signals instead of the old analogue. While shutting off analogue and converting to digital did seem like a scary and daunting development to some, it seems to have gone off without too much of a hitch. Some of us out there may still be struggling with intermittent TV reception for some channels due to the digital signal.

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  5. Wiring a Banana Plug in 6 Steps

    Here’s how it’s done. 1. Within your speaker wire there is a positive (red) and a negative (black) wire. To access

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  6. Energy Saving for your Home Theatre

    With the rising costs of power it is important to save energy, and money, wherever you can in the house. We often hear about not using a dryer or switching to energy saving light globes but there are even more ways to save. An often overlooked area is the home theatre. Some of these tips will cut down on a little power, some will make huge differences but all will help to keep more dollars in your pockets.

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  7. Ceiling Mount your Flat Screen

    It’s really popular now to mount your big screen television on the wall to regain some valuable space, and to find a more suitable viewing position. What happens if you don’t have an appropriate wall to mount a bracket onto? Have you thought about using a ceiling mount to overcome this obstacle?

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  8. Connecting Speaker Spades

    Connecting Speaker Spades

    Ensuring you have a solid connection between your speaker wire and its post is a key to strong, consistent sound. Depending on your preference, you may choose to use bare wire, banana plugs or spades. Although not difficult, sometimes it’s the simple things that can be tricky. Today we would like to show you how to connect a spade to your speaker wire.

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  9. 6 Tips for Mounting your Flat Screen TV

    6 Tips when Mounting your Flat Screen TV

    One of the great benefits of having a slimline flat screen television is the ability to mount it on the wall. There are a couple of things you need to do before buying your bracket. You will need to know the size and weight of your television. You will also need to see what the mounting pattern at the back of your TV is as this will also determine which bracket to use. Once you have determined the size, weight and hole pattern of your television, you will need to determine the function you need from your bracket. Do you want it fixed, tiltable or full motion. (See our blog on bracket types)

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  10. Running out of TV Inputs?

    Do you need more TV inputs?

    You don't need to spend a fortune to make your life a little easier.

    Using a Home Entertainment Control Centre gives you lots of additional audio and video inputs, so you can connect several different source devices (eg: DVD player, VCR, BluRay player, video game consoles, etc) to the switch box, and then connect the switch box to your TV. Then you can easily switch between your devices, either with the remote control or with the buttons on the switch box! No need to struggle behind your TV to disconnect and reconnect cables to get the right device working!

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