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How to move Media Equipment or Computers to a different room
by Veronica Smith of AmericanArtisanArt.com
Setting up a media room can be a fun, yet challenging task. The synchronization of complex electronics is not always easy. When moving media to a media room, there are a few steps that should be followed to ensure that the move is as painless as possible.
One Piece at a Time
Carrying one piece of electronics at a time will ensure that each piece arrives in its new location safely and without unnecessary shaking or bouncing.
The one piece at a time approach also helps keep the media room organized as the new pieces are being brought in. If it is possible, start by bringing the bottom pieces into the room first. Subsequent pieces can then be reassembled quickly and easily.
Reassembling the Electronics
Once the media is in the new media room, it is time to begin reassembling the pieces.
Reconnecting to the Internet
Most media rooms rely heavily on an Internet connection. If the home is wired with cable Internet and the new media room is not equipped with a cable, a professional cable installer will need to be called. Usually, the company that is providing the Internet service will come out and install a new line. There will be a cost involved, so be sure to plan ahead and work the expense into the budget.
Moving media into a media room is a delicate job that requires patience and pre-planning. Take the time to do it correctly and do not rush through the disassembly or installation of the components in the new room. Clear any static charges that may collect while walking across carpets and use caution and care when moving any expensive electronics in the home.
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