Sep 27, 2012
Take out your number two pencils and college ruled notebooks. Class is back in session, which means it’s time to not just work hard, but also play hard. Whether you relax at the end of the day with a new movie, some intense gaming, or your favorite TV show, you need an entertainment system that supports the audio that you need. When it comes to setting up your system, keep it by the books and remember your A, B, C’s.
- Awesome Audio
- Brilliant Clarity and Vibrancy
- Cables & Connectors
It’s not just about connecting your cables to get that great signal. Everyone in the dorm has brought in their own favorite players, making it one giant, complex home entertainment system. It’s not just the DVR and cable box, there’s also the home computer to bring in the internet and browsing capabilities. A coaxial cable will help clean up the wiring from computer to DVR to TV.
Here’s a few don’ts to help you pass your home entertainment exam.
- Don’t just neatly wire up your electronics, make sure you pick a coaxial connector that will also insulate, provide a high return loss, and corrosion free life.
- Don’t pick a TV and forget to secure it with the back mounting hardware.
- Don’t use frayed cables.
- Don’t let cables bend sharply and eventually degrade in signal.