John Sciacca is one of the principals of Custom Theater and Audio in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Think you know everything about wireless? Think again. In fact, this is the lengthiest course in the PCNA syllabus, a fact they repeat numerous times throughout the class, with a ton of hands-on labs, and a Gone With the Wind style intermission mid-course. Buckle up, people, knowledge is power, and it’s about to get all WAP-py up in here!
John Sciacca hails Kaleidescape’s Co-Star Movie Server Switch as the return to the elegant simplicity the company was founded on.
This course covers LAN and WAN interfaces, IP address planning, network troubleshooting, and security and remote access. There is a lot of “hands on” with the included RK-1 router where you learn to navigate its menu structure.
“Swish, swish, bish!” could be the anthem for Pakedge Certified Network Administrator Course 2, which is all about switches almost all the time. As we learned in Course 1, the switch — NOT the router — is the center of the network. Like the Force binding all living things in the galaxy together, all devices on the network connect to/through a switch including wireless devices (which are fundamenta...
Much of this first class will seem basic and remedial to many experienced techs, but it is by no means a cakewalk. In fact, there are several sections that cover less-familiar ground and include information that is quite technical, no matter how many networks you have configured. The last section of the near 2.5-hour class is especially fast and furious, and I STRONGLY ADVISE you to take notes on ...
What Kaleidescape’s latest product — the very aptly named Co-Star — does is merge these two collections together once again into a single, seamless library, allowing users to navigate a movie collection of any size with ease regardless of where the movie is stored, or whether it is playing off a physical disc or disk data.
Home theater surround sound innovation stagnated for several years, with little in the way of new technology pushing the ball forward, but that changed in a major way when Dolby Atmos came onto the scene.
In the world of audio/video components, TV mounts are about as exciting as interconnect cables or wall plates.
Sub With Massive, Visceral Ultra-Powerful Bass, Terrific App Control
Best Lighting Application - Casaplex
Best Shading Application - Aurum
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Best GUI - ElevateGRFX/Digital Automation
Most Unique Application - Logic Integration
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Best Incorporation of Crestron Pyng Platform - The Source Home Theater
Best Upgrade - Audio Impact Inc.
Best Showroom/Demo Space - Media Systems Inc.
Best Design & Engineering - DC Home Systems
Best Partner Integration - Modern Automation
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The Ultimate Crestron Home Winner #1 - AHT Residential, a division of AHT Global
The Ultimate Crestron Home Winner #2 - Smart Home Innovations Inc.
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