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Saturday, 01 January 2005 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
AV Education on RHT How to Hire and Manage an Interior Designer Written by Jerry Del Colliano If you are in the process of building a theater or maybe someday looking at adding to or remodeling your home to include a fantastic, purpose-built home theater, the likelihood is you are going to be working with an interior designer. Much like knowing lawyers and paying taxes, they are a necessary evil. The choice you make in picking an interior designer is essential in the success and budgeting of your project.
Monday, 01 November 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
AV Education on RHT The Art of the Demo Written by Jerry Del Colliano November 2004 In the glory days of high-end audio, the demo sold at the local stereo store often made indelible impressions on consumers, causing people to save every penny to afford that new tone arm or tube preamp. Today, the audiophile market is basically dead in all places other than eBay and Audiogon. Dealers have had to adapt in order to sell engineered systems in increasingly complex homes that come complete with touch screen control of distributed audio, a full home theater system, lighting, HVAC, a wine collection and so much more. The problem is that many dealers in this time of real estate boom (and the impending home theater sales that go along with such a boom) have forgotten how to really blow a customer’s socks off.
Thursday, 01 April 2004 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
RHT How To: Four Reasons Why You Need a Home Network By Bryan Dailey April 2004 If you live in a major metropolitan area, it seems like the Internet is everywhere. You can’t go into a Starbucks without seeing the signs promoting the fact that they offer a wireless Internet connection so you can sip some latte and surf the Net on your laptop. Wireless networks are popping up at airports, laundromats, and even bowling alleys nationwide. At home, you likely have an Internet connection in your den, office or maybe your bedroom, but as wireless networks become more affordable and easier to set up, you now have the ability to utilize the Internet in your home theater system in ways you might never have thought possible. This month, we look at four reasons why you should have an Internet network throughout your home.
Sunday, 01 February 2004 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
I drive a lot. Every work day (and some weekends), I hop in my fuel-efficient Honda Civic and commute to the Century City offices of AudioRevolution.com from Long Beach on the 405 freeway which, during rush hour, often looks more like a parking lot than a freeway. With a daily round-trip commute of 60 miles a day, there is certainly no better candidate for satellite radio than yours truly. When AudioRevolution.com publisher Jerry Del Colliano had XM Satellite Radio installed in his SUV, I was very excited to have the chance to audition it on a daily basis with him as we drove to lunch at one of the greasy spoons in West Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. We determined that the technology was pretty slick and, although not quite as “CD quality” as the commercials would have you ...
Thursday, 01 November 2001 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Mark Cuban may be the only person you and I can think of who not only made billions of dollars in the dotcom boom but actually kept it. Upon selling Broadcast.com to Yahoo, he bucked up for the Dallas Mavericks NBA franchise, immediately adding an enthusiasm and an air of success that Cuban is famous for in all of his ventures. Now that Cuban has the Mavericks making the playoffs, he is back to his entrepreneurial ways with a new sports-driven HDTV network on DirecTV called HDNet (channel 199). HDNet broadcasts high-quality, native HDTV programming, including live NHL and regular season baseball games, along with upcoming Olympic coverage, extreme sports and much more. With Cuban’s touch for turning new technology into gold, AudioRevolution.com wants to see what he sees for HDTV. Here is what he has to say…
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