What could be better than a remote control that works up to 100 feet away? How about a remote that can send commands through walls and household structures and costs only $499? Universal Remote Control's Home Theater Master MX-800 does just that. Users can control all of their A/V equipment from one remote, regardless of where that equipment is located. The MX-800 sends commands to the included MRF-200 Base Station, which converts them to infrared signals to control the components. Using macros, you can program the MX-800 to operate up to 20 A/V units. It can create 900 macro buttons with 199 commands each. The LCD screen measures 1.4 by 2.1 inches and features text-editing capabilities.
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Lights! Camera! Action! The very fact that "Lights!" is listed first in the director's call should stress how important proper lighting really is. The right light can add to your home theater's overall aesthetic without detracting from the room. Derek Marshall Lighting's new Granada is an attention-grabbing piece. The white opal glass is stretched between the webbing of the black, iridescent fused-glass stripes. The Granada is UL-listed and ADA-compliant. It measures 6 inches wide by 12 high by 4 from the wall. Available in a wide palette of colors, this sconce is sure to match any home's décor. Shed some light on things for only $175.
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