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Pacific Mediatek, Inc.
Pacific Mediatek, Inc.
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Carlsbad, CA 92010
California - U.S.A.
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What is HDMI ?

HDMI stands for High Definition Multi Media interface. It is the latest communication for digital audio and video, thru one cable. HDMI is required to have the latest 1080P signal. The drawbacks are the lack of connector restraining and a limitation in cable length. Typically, HDMI can transmit proper signal voltage up to 15 to 20ft away without the use of an additional amplifier or booster.

What is HDMI


What is a Multi-Zone System ?

With a multi zone receiver, you can listen to one source in one area of your home, and listen or watch something entirely different (or the same) in another. This is typically not possible with a separate system architecture.

What is a Multi-Zone System


What are the Differences Between Plasma and LCD ?

Plasma will give you better color, and richer blacks, but typically consumes more energy than an LCD. Plasma do have a wider viewing angle than LCD, though the screen is typically more reflective, thus not optimal for rooms having an ambient or direct light source behind the viewing area.

What are the Differences Between Plasma and LCD


Why Do I Need a Wired Network Since Wireless is Available ?

Wireless devices typically cost more and are subject to radio interference.

Why Do I Need a Wired Network Since Wireless is Available


Why Do I Need a Calibration ?

Depending on the furnishings, wall/floor covering and room layout, different sound frequencies can propagate at different levels in a room, potentially creating weak spots or peaks that have excessive loudness or softness.

Speaker placement, room size, and receiver settings can all contribute to, or work against, a well-balanced sound delivery if they are not properly adjusted to your home environment. A well calibrated room with moderate equipment can perform better than expensive equipment in a poorly designed room.

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Why Do I Need a Calibration


Cat 5e or Cat6 ?

CAT 6 cabling is rated up to 550Mhz, whereas CAT5 is rated to a 350Mhz signal. For networking, CAT6 allows a bandwidth of 1Gps (1000Mbps); CAT5e allows 100Mbps. For new installations, CAT6 is recommended, as it allows higher bandwidth and/or “faster network” speeds.

Cat 5e or Cat6




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