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Martin Dew

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After covering some basic good practice tips in part one of this series, there are more lengths to which you can go to preserve the operating life of your prized home theater equipment, and make things easier for yourself in the event of needing to troubleshoot common technical or logistical problems. The more you can do look after your equipment, the more you will find the hobby can be free of stress and enjoyable, too.
For someone branching out from owning, say, a stereo music system and into a world of 7, 9, 11 or even 16 channels of audio – not to mention managing any number of video sources – usually requires a commitment of both time and money, as well as an ability to plan ahead. The lockdowns owing to the virus pandemic have afforded many of us more time to take stock and now is possibly the best time of all to revisit some of those jobs you have never got round to doing. Certainly, as far as cabling is concerned, and even if you are used to a custom installer or handyman...

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Another great article, @Martin Dew . You embarrassed me with the cable management section as this is an area I have sorely neglected. Thanks for the inspiration!
 

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