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HOME & GARDEN
February 26, 2004 | David Colker
No matter how simple or elaborate the design of your home theater setup, it's not going to be much good if you end up with a shoddy electronics installation. A major boon to do-it-yourselfers is the home theater component package that includes surround-sound speakers, amplifier, FM tuner and DVD player. You just add a TV and you're ready to watch a movie.
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NEWS
July 13, 2000 | KEVIN HUNT, HARTFORD COURANT
Not everyone assembles a home theater piece by piece. Some people start from Sound Zero, with checkbooks and credit cards on standby, and say they want it all in one shot--speakers, receiver, DVD player and television. For all that, $3,500 is not an unreasonable ticket into the wonders of home theater. So, to readers who have requested an all-in-one home-theater guide, here it is. And remember, it's only a suggestion.
HOME & GARDEN
April 3, 1993 | From Associated Press
Today's electronic sound decoders take the Dolby stereo audio signal present on many laser discs and videotapes and split it into four separate channels of sound--left, center, right and surround--to produce an audio effect known as surround sound. When the separate channels of sound are routed to strategically located speakers, they can turn a living room into a home theater. According to Video Magazine, decoders can offer the most for your money in upgrading a home theater environment.
BUSINESS
May 2, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Film producer and clothing entrepreneur Brad Zions has sold his house in the Hollywood Hills West area for $7.95 million. Among notables in the home's ownership history is actor Richard Gere , according to the Movieland Directory. The gated contemporary features views of the Los Angeles basin, a two-story entry, a bar, three en suite bedrooms, three additional bathrooms and a home theater. Outside the 4,534-square-foot home is a swimming pool, spa, deck, outdoor living room and kitchen.
BUSINESS
June 28, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
An ocean-view estate came on the market in Malibu recently listed at $35,000,001. There was no typo. That is, in fact, the asking price. Homeowner/seller Deanna Staats, owner of the restaurant Feed Body and Soul in Venice, happens to believe in numerology. And the digits 3, 5 and 1 add up to a pretty commanding figure in her circles: a 9. The number 9 is about completion, according to “The Complete Idiot's Guide to Numerology” by Kay Lagerquist. Nine draws people and money - both requirements for a successful home sale.
NEWS
March 31, 1994 | PANCHO DOLL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Consumer electronic pioneers are pushing the envelope of home entertainment with the latest gadget for home theater, letterboxed laser discs and wide-screen TVs. The combination generates the same oblong dimensions as screens in movie theaters. At a ratio of 16:9, the picture is one-third wider than the 4:3 ratio of TV screens.
BUSINESS
April 29, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Former UCLA basketball Coach Ben Howland has listed his home in a gated Bel-Air neighborhood for $1,899,950. Built in 1999, the stone-clad home features an elevator, a home theater, five bedrooms, four bathrooms and close to 4,700 square feet of living space. The nearly half-acre lot includes a swimming pool with spa, a covered patio and a barbecue center. During Howland's 10 years at UCLA, he won four conference titles and coached the team to three Final Fours. Jordan Cohen of Re/Max Olson & Associates is the listing agent.
HOME & GARDEN
September 7, 2011 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Time
"Let's Make a Deal" host Wayne Brady has listed his home in the Sherman Oaks at $2.2 million. The Mediterranean-style house has floor-to-ceiling living room windows, a home theater and a master suite with a built-in media center and a sitting area. The 5,468-square-home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. The actor, singer and comedian, who started hosting the revival of "Let's Make a Deal" in 2009, is also known for his role on the comedy improv show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"
BUSINESS
March 20, 2011
Location: 9353 Nightingale Drive, Los Angeles 90069 Asking price: $13.8 million Size: Four bedrooms and seven bathrooms in 7,022 square feet Lot size: 13,530 square feet Additional features: Two-story home theater, two-story wine cellar that holds 1,000 bottles, bar, elevator, five parking spaces, pool and spa, outdoor kitchen, eating area and fire pit, panoramic views Around the neighborhood: ...
NEWS
December 12, 1993 | BOB YOUNG, Bob Young is a frequent contributor to TV Times who specializes in video technology
During this time of giving, you're thinking, you might as well give in and give yourself and your family, of course, the home theater system you've always wanted. As retailers and discounters are probably telling you, there's probably no better time to buy. Year-end product closeouts often yield some juicy video gear bargains.
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