Wiring Home Networks: How to Plan, Design, and Install Home Computer, Video, Telephone, and Audio Systems

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Oxmoor House, Jun 1, 2004 - House & Home - 128 pages
We're all working (and playing) in a digital world. Computers, entertainment systems, satellite cable, and Internet connections--they're multiplying in virtually every household. Before you attempt to connect all the dots, check out Wiring Home Networks, the just-in-time home network how-to guide from Sunset. Step-by-step instructions help you create your own home networks for computers, video, audio, and phone systems. Need to extend DSL service to more than one computer, add cable or satellite TV access in several rooms, or increase the number of remote speakers for your CD or DVD system? This book shows you how. Even electricians and contractors who understand how to work with AC wiring, but who have little experience with data, audio, or video networks, will benefit from its easy-to-follow directions. Don't get frustrated--get wired, today!

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