Cable and the Wire

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010 Under: TECHNOLOGY
How many times have you wanted to rearrange things in your room but you were unable to because your television cable is connected to a wall where and there are no other connections available in the room. Which makes it virtually impossible for you to rearrange your tv or room furniture from one place to another without worrying about having a cable that is not long enough or having a wire laying around like you are about to vacuum the place.

And just think of all that wiring that has to be done by the cable tv installer. All of the work done takes time away from your day as you have to plan around it and also delays requests for installation resulting from the amount of time it takes to wire a home for cable television. So what is the solution?

IDEA:

The wireless remote cable box. The cable tv installer arrives to make the necessary connections from the outside to the inside of your home. The installer makes only one wired central connection for the home and then installs a router along with an infrared adapter that is connected to the router. The router is plugged in and stays stationary, meaning it does not move from where it is installed. Next, the installer connects the cable boxe(s) to their televisions and then the router is programmed to communicate with all of the wireless cable boxes and remote controls, via the infra red signal that is also on the cable box. Now, you can watch your television anywhere inside your home without the worry of a cable wire in the way or not having one long enough to move your tv around with. This is especially helpful when you don't have cable television in every room of your home. The wireless remote cable box will go wherever you want to watch tv. Just move your tv to where you want to watch it, even outdoors! 

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Cable and the Wire

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010 Under: TECHNOLOGY
How many times have you wanted to rearrange things in your room but you were unable to because your television cable is connected to a wall where and there are no other connections available in the room. Which makes it virtually impossible for you to rearrange your tv or room furniture from one place to another without worrying about having a cable that is not long enough or having a wire laying around like you are about to vacuum the place.

And just think of all that wiring that has to be done by the cable tv installer. All of the work done takes time away from your day as you have to plan around it and also delays requests for installation resulting from the amount of time it takes to wire a home for cable television. So what is the solution?

IDEA:

The wireless remote cable box. The cable tv installer arrives to make the necessary connections from the outside to the inside of your home. The installer makes only one wired central connection for the home and then installs a router along with an infrared adapter that is connected to the router. The router is plugged in and stays stationary, meaning it does not move from where it is installed. Next, the installer connects the cable boxe(s) to their televisions and then the router is programmed to communicate with all of the wireless cable boxes and remote controls, via the infra red signal that is also on the cable box. Now, you can watch your television anywhere inside your home without the worry of a cable wire in the way or not having one long enough to move your tv around with. This is especially helpful when you don't have cable television in every room of your home. The wireless remote cable box will go wherever you want to watch tv. Just move your tv to where you want to watch it, even outdoors! 

In : TECHNOLOGY 



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Cable and the Wire

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010 Under: TECHNOLOGY
How many times have you wanted to rearrange things in your room but you were unable to because your television cable is connected to a wall where and there are no other connections available in the room. Which makes it virtually impossible for you to rearrange your tv or room furniture from one place to another without worrying about having a cable that is not long enough or having a wire laying around like you are about to vacuum the place.

And just think of all that wiring that has to be done by the cable tv installer. All of the work done takes time away from your day as you have to plan around it and also delays requests for installation resulting from the amount of time it takes to wire a home for cable television. So what is the solution?

IDEA:

The wireless remote cable box. The cable tv installer arrives to make the necessary connections from the outside to the inside of your home. The installer makes only one wired central connection for the home and then installs a router along with an infrared adapter that is connected to the router. The router is plugged in and stays stationary, meaning it does not move from where it is installed. Next, the installer connects the cable boxe(s) to their televisions and then the router is programmed to communicate with all of the wireless cable boxes and remote controls, via the infra red signal that is also on the cable box. Now, you can watch your television anywhere inside your home without the worry of a cable wire in the way or not having one long enough to move your tv around with. This is especially helpful when you don't have cable television in every room of your home. The wireless remote cable box will go wherever you want to watch tv. Just move your tv to where you want to watch it, even outdoors! 

In : TECHNOLOGY 



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Cable and the Wire

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010 Under: TECHNOLOGY
How many times have you wanted to rearrange things in your room but you were unable to because your television cable is connected to a wall where and there are no other connections available in the room. Which makes it virtually impossible for you to rearrange your tv or room furniture from one place to another without worrying about having a cable that is not long enough or having a wire laying around like you are about to vacuum the place.

And just think of all that wiring that has to be done by the cable tv installer. All of the work done takes time away from your day as you have to plan around it and also delays requests for installation resulting from the amount of time it takes to wire a home for cable television. So what is the solution?

IDEA:

The wireless remote cable box. The cable tv installer arrives to make the necessary connections from the outside to the inside of your home. The installer makes only one wired central connection for the home and then installs a router along with an infrared adapter that is connected to the router. The router is plugged in and stays stationary, meaning it does not move from where it is installed. Next, the installer connects the cable boxe(s) to their televisions and then the router is programmed to communicate with all of the wireless cable boxes and remote controls, via the infra red signal that is also on the cable box. Now, you can watch your television anywhere inside your home without the worry of a cable wire in the way or not having one long enough to move your tv around with. This is especially helpful when you don't have cable television in every room of your home. The wireless remote cable box will go wherever you want to watch tv. Just move your tv to where you want to watch it, even outdoors! 

In : TECHNOLOGY 



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Cable and the Wire

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010 Under: TECHNOLOGY
How many times have you wanted to rearrange things in your room but you were unable to because your television cable is connected to a wall where and there are no other connections available in the room. Which makes it virtually impossible for you to rearrange your tv or room furniture from one place to another without worrying about having a cable that is not long enough or having a wire laying around like you are about to vacuum the place.

And just think of all that wiring that has to be done by the cable tv installer. All of the work done takes time away from your day as you have to plan around it and also delays requests for installation resulting from the amount of time it takes to wire a home for cable television. So what is the solution?

IDEA:

The wireless remote cable box. The cable tv installer arrives to make the necessary connections from the outside to the inside of your home. The installer makes only one wired central connection for the home and then installs a router along with an infrared adapter that is connected to the router. The router is plugged in and stays stationary, meaning it does not move from where it is installed. Next, the installer connects the cable boxe(s) to their televisions and then the router is programmed to communicate with all of the wireless cable boxes and remote controls, via the infra red signal that is also on the cable box. Now, you can watch your television anywhere inside your home without the worry of a cable wire in the way or not having one long enough to move your tv around with. This is especially helpful when you don't have cable television in every room of your home. The wireless remote cable box will go wherever you want to watch tv. Just move your tv to where you want to watch it, even outdoors! 

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