See Also: HOME NETWORK INSTALLATION: DIY OR PROFESSIONAL UPGRADE
When you think of a home entertainment system, you probably think of the devices that exist in your living room or home theater. From TV displays to speaker systems, there’s a lot of AV choices to consider.
That means a lot of clutter, too. TVs and speakers take up a lot of space, and if you’re not careful they can detract from the interior design.
Wall-mounting your flat-panel and recessing your speakers takes a bit of work, but it’s easily done by a professional installer. What may take them a few hours could be a weekend project for an inexperienced DIY-er, so it’s important to take in time considerations as well as financial cost when considering an upgrade.
CABLES AND WIRES
You’ve probably seen systems like this: TV propped up in a home entertainment cabinet and a mess of wires in the back.