Your Home Entertainment System
If money were no object, what kind of system would you install in your own home for the purposes of entertainment?
As time goes on, the restrictions on what we can reproduce in our houses are disappearing, with only the issue of cost to really hold up what we can do.
Admittedly that issue is a very real one for the majority of people, but there are more and more options for people below the top income brackets that are getting closer and closer to the point where we can set up a viable home theater or a disco in our own living rooms.
Much of this has come about due to an increase in the level of choice available to the consumer.
There was a time when you could buy just one kind of TV, one kind of stereo system and a basic home computer, and any link-up between any two of those would be beyond anyone but the most technologically gifted.
Now it is possible for the majority of people with enough money to hook up a system that combines the three and allows for greater use of the technological wizardry that is present in the market right now.
If you want, you can link up a PC with an extensive music library to a dedicated stereo system and combine the results with a big-screen TV showing videos or other media in time with the music.
There are some cases where people will spend the money to do this without considering that the money they have spent could have been split somewhat to allow them to rent or borrow to buy a bigger house in which the package could be better showcased, but then that is the consumer’s choice.