Rental Guide of Southern New Hampshire & Northern Massachusetts
Including Various Communities and Outlying Areas
Volume 13, Issue 3
Transforming home entertainment...
Over the years, the world of home entertainment has radically changed. Twenty-five years ago, only a small percentage of households in the U.S. had cable television, and VCRs were merely a luxury item. Today, most U.S. households get at least 50 channels and have a good-sized TV accompanied by a variety of electronic components. Many people are opting to create their own home theater systems, a combination of electronic components designed to recreate the experience of watching a movie in a theater....
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