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We covered a lot of ground in this chapter in terms of connecting your Smart Home with whole-house audio and video The preceding sections talked about the basics of whole-house entertainment systems, but there are still some ways in which you can add more functionality to your system, such as the use of volume controls and remote controls If you re ready, turn the page to 14 where we ll cover these topics
Did you add a few extra feet of length to your coax and stereo cable
measurements
Did you amplify weaker signals Did you use attenuator pads for stronger signals Will you need a lowpass filter to get your modulated signals on a channel
you want
Did you bring a favorite CD to the store when you tested your speakers
Does the music sound the way you want it to
Are your signal strengths the same in each zone
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Audio and Video Distribution
Various screwdrivers Sheet metal screws Wire stripper Two-wire plus ground, 22-gauge cabling Two-wire, 14-gauge speaker cabling Connecting block Flush-mounted IR sensor IR emitters Impedance-matching volume control
onnecting your whole-home audio and video system is a huge undertaking and if you stopped after pulling all that cabling, connecting all those components, and shelling out all that money, no one would blame you But once completed, a whole-house audio and video system will add nothing but fun and functionality to your home Now, you ll be able to watch television in your family room while your spouse listens to the stereo in the den, and while your son watches a DVD in his room That s all fine and good, but what happens if your spouse wants to skip ahead a couple songs on the CD What happens when your son wants to turn off the DVD and watch a little MTV With the system we installed in 13, you need to make all control changes at the A/V cabinet Certainly, we can do better with our Smart Home In this chapter, we ll talk about remote control options and how to manage volume controls in your rooms Additionally, we ll connect a bedroom to our whole-home A/V system, incorporating volume controls and an infrared (IR) remote control system
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Remote Control Options
There are several ways to control your whole-home A/V system remotely In this section, we ll explain those methods so you can decide which solution is best for your own particular system Like other Smart Home projects, some are inexpensive (and somewhat limited in functionality) while others can be costly but provide great features
X10 can be used to manage your remote control needs But wait, you say X10 is a signal run over the power lines How is it going to help me turn the volume up on the stereo Using an X10-to-IR controller, X10 signals can be converted to IR signals One such product, the X10 to IR Linc (shown in Figure 14-1) sells for US$11999
Figure 14-1
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