All you wanted to know about HTPC ....

November 1, 2005 - 11:37 AM |
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Big Bruin finishes off the HTPC guide they started today, with the second part.  You know all about the audio and video, this guide covers the rest of the components and issues you could have. 

"In the first of a two-part series of Tech Tips on getting started with a Home Theater PC, or

HTPC, we looked at the two most basic features to be considered: audio and video. With those areas

addressed, there are still plenty of aspects worth considering that can help your computer become

better integrated into your home theater for a truly enjoyable experience. Some of these aspects

include component speed, cooling, noise, style, and the user interface."


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