Better Wiring For Entertainment, Computing And Professional Gaming
The age of mobile devices has already made its mark, but large devices are still in demand. The power and scalability behind big speakers, wide screens and desktop computers with room for expansion can’t be ignored, but their mobility shortcomings are more obvious as mobile devices make entertainment and computing on the go easier. If you’re having trouble organizing your entertainment systems, finding the perfect spot for your television or keeping your computer wires out of the way and untangled, here’s a few ways that an electrician can make a deep, fundamental improvement for the future.
Easier Network Cable Routing
Online gaming is for more than shooting games, Everquest and World of Warcraft. A wide world of video sharing, playing with friends across the Internet, or meeting new friends for a few brief matches has spread across video game consoles and computer gaming alike. Unfortunately, wireless Internet isn’t always good enough.
Although wireless is convenient for getting information or enjoying some videos or music on the go, it’s not great for any gameplay that needs to talk with a server across the Internet. Your character’s existence in online games is based on updates that are sent back and forth within mere milliseconds on a regular basis
Wireless Internet is a broadcast that doesn’t completely hit its target, and instead relies on repeated information and a basic level of accuracy. More information is lost when obstacles such as walls, doors, windows and household objects either slow down or completely absorb wireless radio waves (discussed at length in this Radio Propagation lesson).
An electrician can keep you connected to a network cable such as an Ethernet cable or optical fiber cable while observing electrical safety measures that a more specific computer professional may not be qualified to do. These cables are the standard for Internet usage that will keep you competitive with most other online game players, and can be pulled through the walls to reach the areas you want within a certain distance depending on the cable.
Better Device Mounts And Cabling
Routing different cables through the walls is one of many techniques, but there are other electronics-friendly techniques that can help your entertainment planning.
Depending on the average height of people in your home and the placement of different seats and the lighting, you could benefit from a wall-mounted or ceiling-mounted television and sound system. The wall mounting technique can be performed with a simple drill and latter if the area is too high, but a ceiling mount should be left to a professional.
Ceiling mounts can either use wires that are neatly connected to a custom ceiling outlet or as part of a rail system. The ceiling mount is mostly stationary, save for a few swiveling movements, while a rail system allows you to move television or speaker mounts to different areas along the rails.
Proper electrical setup will give you enough room to make changes without tearing wires quickly or creating an electrical hazard with metal mounts and railing. For more information, contact Meserve Electric or a similar company.