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HOW AUDIO VIDEO DISTRIBUTION WORKS
In a traditional home entertainment system setup, each component exists in your media room. For instance, your TV, AV receiver, and other AV sources live in a single piece of cabinet furniture.
But this is the twenty-first century, and there’s no reason to clutter your space with bulky devices. Instead, you can store them safely in a clean rack that stays in your basement or an unused closet.
By organizing all your AV sources (except for your TV, of course) in an out-of-the-way area, you can maintain easy control over all your favorite movies, sports, and more.
The system will then stream content all over the house. Connected by cabling that runs within the walls, you can trust that the quality will be the same in your basement home theater and in your upstairs bedroom.