Setting Up a Home Theater System

I have so many plans in relation to our move back to CDO. First, I plan to set up a garden. I know I can relax there when I’m stressed out and I can also work there. Second, I want to set up a work area, one that’s separate from where most household activities occur so I can always work in peace. Third, I want to set up a home theater system where my kids and I can enjoy watching movies.

For this last plan to come into fruition, I would need to buy component video cables since these cables support progressive scans and high definition resolutions. Besides, it is the standard output for DVD players. But of course, all those things I said are based on what I have heard about these cables.

I would still need to look deeper into that to find out what makes the best component video cable? Also I need to know why are there so many component video cable types bring sold right now and which type will perform efficiently for my home theater system.


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Comments

  1. shydub says:

    all this are just part in my wishes, haaay kung mananalo ako sa lotto i sure want one

  2. good luck sa lahat ng plans mo mommyrubz. i also want a garden and a home theater system:-)

  3. Girls Furniture says:

    Basically I am planning to buy a home theater system with a DVD player but want to know if i can use that even without the DVD player. If i am just watching TV, is my home theater system is used or sitting idle?Thanks a lot.

  4. Mel Cole says:

    wow, home theater system. it would be nice if may blue ray. 🙂 nice to know you are planning to have a garden also mam rubz 🙂 it sure is a great pleasyrable feeling to see plants growing from your own hands.

  5. LOURDES says:

    A home theater system sounds awesome. I too am fond of watching movies and would love to have my home theater system in the future.

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