Building a Digital Home Entertainment Network: Multimedia in Every Room

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Que, 2005 - Computers - 313 pages
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Play music in the living room from your PC in your home office. Connect to the Internet on your laptop in any room in your house. It can be done and all by you! Building a Home Entertainment Network: Multimedia in Every Room will show you how to take an Internet connection, digital audio and video equipment, and a PC, and then integrate them into a home entertainment powerhouse. Building a Home Entertainment Network will show you how to exploit your computer and other devices. You'll even learn tips on how to plan for your home entertainment network and how to purchase the best equipment. You have all the pieces, now just learn how to put them all together!

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Contents

Introduction
1
Planning the Right Home Entertainment Network for Your Home
9
Configuring Your PC As an Entertainment Server
25
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Terry Ulick is a technologist and author who starting writing about PCs for PC Magazine in the 1970's. He created the first online digital photo service for America Online, worked as Executive Director of Business Development for Tribune Company Entertainment Products and created Zap2it, one of the first interactive TV services. He wrote one of the first books on digital publishing, and most recently wrote The PC Magazine Guide to Windows XP Media Center PCs (Wiley, 2004).

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