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Danny Bonaduce's Lame Home Theater Where can you watch reruns of "The Partridge Family" in style? An article at CE Pro says In Danny Bonaduce's Hollywood-area home. But given the lame layout, and lack of tech - we'd have to disagree.
CEDIA Lead-Based Paint Education & Certification CEDIA is offering, in cooperation with National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH), a simple way for individuals to become educated and certified in dealing with lead paint issues according to the EPA
Apple-Based Home Control & Automation When your living quarters are as large an airport hangar, turning off the lights before bedtime can be exhausting. That’s why the owners tied them all to a single Apple-based control system.
NYC High-Rise Eyes 18-Source Video Wall The pictures say it all. Three 65-inch Panasonic plasma HDTVs, flush-mounted side-by-side, form a video wall that can display content from 18 different sources. Look even more closely, it gets better.
TapouT Theater Provides Gladiator-Style Enjoyment Punkass is how Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fans know him. He's also known as Dan Caldwell, co-founder and CEO of TapouT, a company embedded in the MMA industry and king of counterculture clothing.
Renovating a Family Room into a Home Theater The owners of this 22 x 18 theater had no intention of updating their 1970s-style basement rec room, but the contractors and interior designers hired for the job couldn't help but bring it up to date.
Installing a Television Over a Fireplace Nothing has come up in local conversations with friends and family as much as what it takes to mount a flat panel television over a fireplace. Be it plasma or LCD, it's a great, big, worthwhile job.
Tips for a Clean HDTV Installation This is a basic guide for cleaning up an HDTV install by routing all of the connection cables between your Cable Box / Blu-ray Player to the display behind the drywall and out of sight.
Using a 103-inch Plasma for Video Gaming At last count, the home had: two Microsoft Xbox 360s, two Sony PlayStation 3s, two Nintendo Wiis and one Nintendo Game Cube... oh, and a 103" Panasonic plasma display system to view them all on.
Inside Segway Dean Kamen's Off-the-Grid Island Home He calls himself Lord Dumpling, and his island "nation" has a zero-tolerance policy for incandescent lights. In fact, he claims to have the first fully self-powered nation. He is Dean Kamen, inventor.